Alberta bets on oil production cuts but industry remains divided on market intervention

Premier Rachel Notley said it would be one of the toughest decisions that Albertans would make as a province. And now…

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Alberta plans to buy 7,000 railcars to ease ‘crisis’ in oil price differentials

Alberta needs to buy as many as 7,000 railcars if it wants to be able to meet its goal of…

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Telecom mediator sees 57% spike in complaints in 2017-18, mainly about wireless

The federal watchdog that handles customer complaints about telecommunications and television services in Canada saw a 57 per cent spike in…

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Liberals cut taxes, mend fences with Canadian businesses

It probably shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that Canadian businesses are happy with the federal government’s fall economic update.…

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Fairfax buys 13.7 per cent stake in Stelco for $250M

Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. says it has bought a 13.7 per cent stake in steel producer Stelco Holdings Inc. for…

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Yahoo to pay $50M and give free credit monitoring to victims of 2016 hack

Yahoo has agreed to pay $50 million US in damages and provide two years of free credit-monitoring services to 200…

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Expect cannabis to be ‘sold out’ across the country, says Aphria

Licensed cannabis producer Aphria Inc. warned on Friday of product shortages in both brick-and-mortar stores and online sales portals across…

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Danske Bank CEO resigns over $300B money-laundering inquiry

Danske Bank chief executive Thomas Borgen has quit following an investigation into payments totalling some 200 billion euros ($302 billion)…

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Even under a drill-friendly Trump, pipeline battles rage on in the U.S., too

Pipeline protesters suspending themselves in trees. Lawyers halting construction with sharp legal challenges. Hand-wringing over the state of national co-operation.…

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Scotiabank walks away from consumer dispute watchdog OBSI

The Bank of Nova Scotia will no longer use the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments to mediate disputes with…

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