Postal workers delivering parcels 7 days a week ahead of Christmas, union says

Postal workers in Canada are delivering parcels seven days a week to ensure they will be in time for the…

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Overflowing production continues to dampen oil prices as Alberta premier mulls solutions

Oil market analyst Kevin Birn likens Western Canada’s crude supply to a bathtub with a drain that’s too small to…

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‘Why does he hate newspapers?’ Free Press publisher asks after Pallister slams subsidy

The publisher of the Winnipeg Free Press is questioning why Manitoba premier Brian Pallister is sounding off against a funding package…

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Watchdog to probe how banks handle complaints

Canada’s financial consumer watchdog has got the green light to probe how banking customer complaints are handled internally and by…

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Quick fix for Alberta’s oil woes may be sorely needed — but not so easily found

With steep discounts on Alberta oilsands crude hitting Canada’s energy sector hard, the economic cost continues to climb by tens…

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Greater Toronto home sales in October up 6% from year ago

The Toronto Real Estate Board is reporting a six per cent increase in home sales last month compared to the…

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B.C. billionaire Chip Wilson uses his backside to sell ‘unauthorized story’ of Lululemon

While there may be many chapters in the two-decade story of apparel company Lululemon Athletica Inc., founder Chip Wilson has looked to one…

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WestJet’s Swoop forced to cancel 24 U.S. flights as regulatory approval held up

WestJet’s new discount carrier Swoop is apologizing to travellers for cancelling 24 U.S.-bound flights. The airline says it had hoped…

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Drilling forecast bleak as discount for Canadian oil persists, analyst says

The Canadian oil and gas sector is in a holding pattern in which spending and production growth can’t occur until…

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