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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Canadian Natural cuts $1B from budget due to steep oil price differential

Oilsands producer Canadian Natural Resources is setting its 2019 capital budget at $1-billion less than its “normalized” range but says…

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Stock markets fall after APEC summit highlights China-U.S. trade tension

New York stocks slid on Monday with technology stocks leading the way after an Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation meeting this…

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Canada could ratify new NAFTA even if U.S. tariffs stay put: Trudeau

Canada might ratify its new North American trade deal with the United States and Mexico even if the U.S. doesn’t…

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Iran sanctions may have little impact in Canada, except on oil prices

The fresh round of sanctions the U.S. imposed on Iran Monday threatens to close off all channels of international banking…

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Hidden camera reveals how bank employees mislead and upsell on pricey credit card insurance

A Marketplace hidden camera investigation is raising questions about how bank employees are selling a pricey and controversial product marketed…

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Canada open to more China trade now that USMCA is done, Trudeau says

Canada is open to doing more business with China now that a trading agreement with the United States and Mexico…

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U.S. unemployment rate falls to 49-year low of 3.7%

The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 3.7 per cent in September — the lowest level since December 1969 — while…

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RCMP and privacy commissioner probe alleged NCIX data breach

The RCMP and Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia are investigating allegations of a possible data breach involving the bankrupt…

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