Bargain price oil: How long will it last?

As oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan continues to sell at record discounts, American refineries are enjoying lucrative profit margins at the expense…

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No chance Congress will vote on USMCA this year, Mitch McConnell says

The free trade deal between Canada, the United States and Mexico that leaders from all three countries agreed to in…

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‘Davos in the Desert’ summit loses media, business support over missing journalist

A number of international business leaders and media companies are distancing themselves from Saudi Arabia ahead of an investment summit…

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Sears aims to close up to 150 U.S. stores under bankruptcy protection, sources say

Sears Holdings Corp is planning to close up to 150 of its department and discount stores and keep at least…

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Up to $500M to replace Enbridge twin pipelines connecting Great Lakes

A new pipe is replacing a pair of 65-year-old crude oil pipes connecting two of the Great Lakes after Mich. Gov.…

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Crude-by-rail sees massive increase since Trans Mountain was pitched in 2012

With many new pipeline projects stalled and existing ones running at capacity, oilpatch producers are turning increasingly to rail to transport their product…

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Niagara Falls farmer is growing crops on an old landfill

Farming has been in Kyle Smith’s family since 1796. He’s been farming full-time for about 15 years now, but this…

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Crude-by-rail exports surge in Canada as pipeline restraints squeeze oil industry

With the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project stalled, and overall Canadian pipeline capacity limited, the pressure to ship crude oil…

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Elon Musk says Tesla to remain public

Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk says investors have convinced him that he shouldn’t take the company private, so the firm…

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Retail sales slipped 0.2% in June, StatsCan reports

Statistics Canada says retail sales fell 0.2 per cent in June to $50.7 billion. Economists had expected an increase of…

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