Alberta plans to buy 7,000 railcars to ease ‘crisis’ in oil price differentials

Alberta needs to buy as many as 7,000 railcars if it wants to be able to meet its goal of…

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Global credit ratings agency warns of downgrades in Canadian oilpatch if crude price woes persist

Global credit rating agency DBRS is warning that if Canada’s crude oil price woes drag on without improvement, it could negatively affect the…

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President of Aeroplan parent company leaves after less than 3 months

Aimia Inc. has announced the departure of its president and chief strategy officer less than three months after he took…

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‘You’re gonna lose your money’: Air Canada online glitch leaves retiree on hook for flight he didn’t book

A Winnipeg retiree fought back after finding himself on the hook to pay for an Air Canada flight he didn’t book,…

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Small internet providers say CRTC rules lead to ‘higher prices and less choice’

Canada’s smaller internet service providers say the CRTC needs to revamp rules that protect the big telcos and erode consumer choice when it comes to high-speed internet service.  On Wednesday, the…

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Bombardier sues Mitsubishi over alleged theft of aircraft trade secrets

Bombardier is suing Mitsubishi Aircraft in the United States over alleged trade secret misappropriation. The Quebec aerospace company alleges some of its…

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Why the USMCA likely won’t unleash a wave of pent-up business investment

With a trade deal (whatever name you want to call it) now reached between Canada, Mexico and the United States,…

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Instagram co-founders resign with no explanation

The co-founders of Instagram are resigning their positions with the social media company without explanation. Chief executive Kevin Systrom said…

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Even under a drill-friendly Trump, pipeline battles rage on in the U.S., too

Pipeline protesters suspending themselves in trees. Lawyers halting construction with sharp legal challenges. Hand-wringing over the state of national co-operation.…

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To understand Venezuela’s future, look to the bond market, not politics and protests

Despite some of the world’s worst inflation and an economic crisis so severe that 2.3 million people have fled the…

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