Tiny hamlet of Balzac says it’s ready for Alberta’s Amazon warehouse

A southern Alberta hamlet says it’s ready to accommodate potentially thousands of new workers joining an Amazon shipping depot under…

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Google hit with record $6.7B Cdn antitrust fine by EU regulators

European Union regulators hit Google with a record 4.34-billion euro (nearly $6.7-billion Cdn) antitrust fine on Wednesday for using its Android mobile operating system…

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Your smart fridge could be mining bitcoins for criminals

Is the web browser on your phone slower than usual? It could be mining bitcoin for criminals. As the popularity…

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How do you name a beer brewed in Dildo? Tastefully, owners say

The owners of a new craft brewery set to open in the Trinity Bay community of Dildo have a conundrum: what…

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South Korea resumes wheat imports after concerns about GMO plants in Alberta, industry group says

The Alberta Wheat Commission says South Korea has resumed imports of Canadian wheat after suspending trade last week due to…

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Markets have farther to fall if Trump won’t back down on trade: Don Pittis

Business leaders have repeatedly warned that U.S. President Donald Trump’s global trade war will hurt, not help, most U.S. companies. So…

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Federal Reserve boosts key interest rate

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday, a move that was widely expected but still marked a milestone in…

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Trump keeps up Twitter salvos at Trudeau and supply management as he arrives at G7

U.S. President Donald Trump has arrived for the G7 meeting in Quebec, where he faces the prospect of an awkward…

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Fatal Tesla Autopilot crash driver did not have hands on wheel: U.S. agency

The National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday the driver using Autopilot in a fatal Tesla Inc. Model X crash in California…

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How to buy a pipeline: inside the talks that got to ‘yes’ on Trans Mountain

On May 9, one day after meeting with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau sat with three key federal staffers across a…

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