Canada’s purchase of Trans Mountain clears major U.S. hurdle

A U.S. national security review has given a green light to the Canadian government’s planned purchase of Kinder Morgan’s Trans…

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Canada’s inflation rate rises to 3%, highest level since 2011

The inflation rate rose in every province in July, according to Statistics Canada. (Yuya Shino/Reuters) Canada’s inflation rate rose to…

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Monsanto ordered to pay $289M US in California Roundup lawsuit over cancer claims

A California jury on Friday found Monsanto liable in a lawsuit filed by a man who alleged the company’s glyphosate-based…

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Tesla shares fall 5% on Wall St. skepticism, SEC probe reports

Tesla Inc.’s shares slipped almost five per cent to a two-day low on Thursday, wiping out all the gains fuelled by…

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Facebook should be liable for ‘fake news,’ British lawmakers say

Tech firms like Facebook should be made liable for “harmful and misleading” material on their websites and pay a levy…

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Earnings of Google parent Alphabet top Wall Street expectations

Shares in Google parent Alphabet jumped in after-hours trading Monday as the company’s second-quarter results exceeded Wall Street forecasts after…

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CMHC moves to make it easier for self-employed to get a mortgage

Self-employed Canadians seeking to buy a home may soon find it easier to secure a mortgage after changes announced by…

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Aimia shares surge after it announced Aeroplan program changes in 2020

​Aeroplan’s parent company received its biggest boost since announcing a change in CEO in April after its shares surged more…

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U.S. carmakers could be next victims of Trump’s ‘easy to win’ trade war: Don Pittis

Even if the Trump administration won’t listen to Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland on the advantages of  the North American Free Trade…

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Canadian crude-by-rail exports rise to record high in April, NEB reports

The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada grew to a record 193,500 barrels per day in April, up…

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