Canada Goose shares slump another 4% after chain delays Beijing store launch

Shares in Canada Goose were slumping on Friday after the iconic parka maker delayed opening its first permanent store in…

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Q&A: The case for more Alberta refineries

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley this week breathed new life into an old NDP pledge to try to build more refineries in…

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Husky ‘deeply sorry’ for oil spill last month off Newfoundland

Husky Energy said Monday it is “deeply sorry” for two back-to-back spills that sent a total of 250,000 litres of…

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Fiat Chrysler to put assembly plant in Detroit area

Fiat Chrysler will open another assembly plant in the Detroit area, according to a person familiar with the automaker’s plan.…

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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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3 things to look for as Canada’s big banks reveal quarterly results this week

It’s the final quarterly earnings season for the big banks in 2018, when Canada’s biggest lenders tip their hands to…

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‘These are loaded weapons’: Documents show mandatory semi training would save lives

Scott Thomas knows what it’s like to lose a child on Saskatchewan highways — his son, Evan, was killed in…

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Morneau’s update bolsters struggling media with $600M in tax measures

The federal government is stepping in to help the struggling Canadian media industry with new tax credits and incentives valued…

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Britain and China halt package shipments to Canada until mail strike is resolved

Canadians hoping to receive packages from international shippers while rotating strikes impact Canada Post operations may be waiting a long…

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