Investors could help Canada’s cannabis industry improve its social and environmental record, experts say

Investors who’ve shied away from cannabis out of concern about whether legalization will be good for Canada should consider buying in…

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China avoids questions about Apple, Amazon chip hack report

A Chinese government spokesman has sidestepped questions about a report that its spies inserted chips into computer equipment that might…

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Crude-by-rail sees massive increase since Trans Mountain was pitched in 2012

With many new pipeline projects stalled and existing ones running at capacity, oilpatch producers are turning increasingly to rail to transport their product…

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Tilray passes Canopy Growth to become world’s most valuable pot company

There’s a new name atop the rankings of pot companies, as Nanaimo, B.C.-based Tilray Inc. has passed Smith Falls, Ont.-based…

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U.S. reclaims title as world’s No. 1 oil producer

The United States may have reclaimed the title of the world’s biggest oil producer sooner than expected. The U.S. Energy…

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Canada returning to NAFTA talks earlier than expected

NAFTA talks are resuming at the decision-maker level sooner than expected, with Canada’s foreign affairs minister set to return to…

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BMO quarterly profit rises to $1.54B

BMO Financial Group topped expectations for its third-quarter results, boosted by strength in its U.S. operations. The bank said Tuesday…

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‘Very important’ NAFTA issue remains as reports say U.S.-Mexico near deal

As U.S. media reports of a NAFTA breakthrough circulated Monday, Mexico’s economy minister, Ildefonso Guajardo, told reporters on his way…

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‘It’s not right’: Walmart criticized for charging more for plus size clothing

Walmart Canada is facing criticism for charging more for plus size clothing, a policy some shoppers consider an unjust “fat tax.”   “It’s…

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