CMHC says annual pace of housing starts slowed in September

The annual pace of Canadian housing starts fell to their lowest level in nearly two years in September. Canada Mortgage…

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Stunning jobs numbers mean Amazon wage hikes may spread: Don Pittis

A plunge in the U.S. jobless rate to levels not seen in nearly half a century could be a new…

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Arrested Audi CEO leaves company in wake of diesel emissions probe

Suspended Audi CEO Rupert Stadler is leaving the automaker, parent company Volkswagen said Tuesday, more than three months after he…

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Uber for buses? How some Canadian cities are using technology to tackle transit troubles

A small city in eastern Ontario is running an experiment that could one day have a big impact on public…

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The time has come for pot stocks to deliver on the hype: Peter Armstrong

Pot company Tilray is showing the world why investing in cannabis is not for the faint of heart. The Nanaimo, B.C., company’s…

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Satellite radio service SiriusXM buying streaming music company Pandora

Subscription radio company SiriusXM says it’s buying music streaming service Pandora Media Inc. in a deal valued at about $3.5…

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Here’s what Air Canada’s takeover of Aeroplan will mean for members

Aeroplan members have been taken on a long and bumpy ride. For more than a year, many have worried about…

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U.S. judge orders Keystone XL pipeline review in setback for Trump

A federal judge in Montana on Wednesday ordered the U.S. State Department to do a full environmental review of a…

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Cost to twin Trans Mountain pipeline now $1.9B higher, Kinder Morgan says

Kinder Morgan Canada documents say expanding the Trans Mountain pipeline will cost the federal government an additional $1.9 billion beyond…

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Loonie could brace for a return to ‘Dutch disease’ if oils stays strong: Don Pittis

This week’s startling jump in economic growth was due to just one thing. As economists and commentators fretted over a…

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