Cannabis producer Aphria drops 30% after short seller calls acquisitions ‘worthless’

Shares in Canadian cannabis company Aphria Inc. fell to their lowest level in more than a year on Monday after a…

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Trudeau, Trump and Pena Nieto to sign new USMCA trade agreement in Argentina

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto will sign the new United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement on continental trade in…

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GM’s decision to close Oshawa plant raises fears for future of making cars in Canada

The sudden announcement that General Motors will stop making cars in Oshawa, Ont. after next year sent shockwaves through the industry on…

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Agribition panelists encourage Sask. First Nations to explore economic potential of cannabis production

Cannabis has been a hot topic all year — and a Wednesday panel discussion at the Western Canadian Agribition aimed to explore…

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Abandoned Canadian silver mine could boom again as battery demand prompts gold rush in cobalt

The flooded bottom of an abandoned silver mine is an unlikely source of hope. But down there in the flickering…

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Ikea, Eileen Fisher make business case for reduced waste

Companies that have embraced waste reduction as part of their business strategy will share the secrets of their success at a conference…

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Your personal financial data is safe, says head of Statistics Canada

The head of Statistics Canada is assuring Canadians that their personal financial data is safe after days of Conservative criticism…

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Bell and Rogers to defend sales practices at CRTC hearing

Canada’s two biggest telecommunications companies will get their turn to speak on Friday in a five-day probe by Canada’s telecom…

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The number of Canadian millionaires will jump by more than half in the next five years: Credit Suisse

The number of millionaires in Canada will jump by more than half in the next five years, a faster growth…

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Canadians to spend more this holiday season, report finds

Recent trade uncertainty, climbing debt levels and rising interest rates don’t seem to be dampening holiday spirits among Canadian consumers, who plan…

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