Some hard truths for Western politicians on Quebec, equalization and oil

It’s been open season on the Quebec government since it was revealed the province will be getting a $1.4-billion boost…

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U by Kotex Sleek tampons recalled in Canada and U.S.

Kimberly-Clark is recalling regular absorbency U by Kotex Sleek tampons in Canada and the United States after reports of the tampons coming…

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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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Sask. construction industry loses 14,000 jobs over 3 years, association says

Trevor Stein’s company spent nearly a year wiring new apartment complexes in Saskatoon’s Stonebridge neighbourhood. After Stein invoiced the owner, Block…

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Canadian outdoor giant targets trans community in marketing campaign

Canadian outdoor retailer Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) is trying to tap into the hearts and wallets of the transgender community,…

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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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BC Hydro puts out welcome mat for bitcoin miners, but experts urge caution

In the last year, cryptocurrency firms have talked about adding as much as 5,000 megawatts to BC Hydro’s electrical load.…

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Algoma Steel no longer in creditor protection

One of the largest employers in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. is now out of creditor protection and its new owners…

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Greater fool theory comes back to haunt bitcoin and tech stocks: Don Pittis

So, when a speculative investment plunges in value, where does the money go?  As bitcoin crashes to year-long lows, as tech…

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