2 junior oil firms cut dividends, output as prices remain ’embarrassingly low’

A pair of junior Calgary oil companies are cutting payouts to shareholders and reducing production because of current steep discounts…

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Alberta bets on oil production cuts but industry remains divided on market intervention

Premier Rachel Notley said it would be one of the toughest decisions that Albertans would make as a province. And now…

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Tech companies and pot producers becoming fast friends

Recreational pot has been legal in Canada for just over a month but the pressure on Cannabis producers to improve their…

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Mexican protests could signal fluctuating avocado prices this season

Avocados have become so ubiquitous they are easy to take for granted. But there’s a battle taking place behind the scenes…

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Federal government’s tariff relief plan faces criticism; Morneau says 50 firms tariff-free

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says 50 Canadian companies have so far been exempted from paying surtaxes on U.S. steel and…

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CBS to open film and television production hub in Mississauga, Ont.

U.S. entertainment company CBS Television Studios will open a television and film production hub just outside Toronto next year. The…

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CBS negotiates exit with CEO Leslie Moonves amid new sexual harassment claims

CBS is expected to announce on Monday that Chief Executive Leslie Moonves is resigning, said sources on Sunday, as six additional women came forward…

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Nike’s Colin Kaepernick campaign a sign big brands think the future is liberal: Don Pittis

What if you went to an alt-right rally and had nothing to wear but a hat? As chaos at the…

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Nike shares drop after choice of Colin Kaepernick for ad spurs boycott

Shares of Nike Inc. fell three per cent on Tuesday as calls for a boycott of the sportswear giant gained…

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