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Oil producers have been under pressure to reduce production following a sharp fall in oil prices
Dip in monthly GDP and lower-than-expected oil prices have dampened growth expectations
Alberta says about 190,000 barrels of raw crude oil and bitumen are being produced each day that can’t be shipped out
A total of 132 trees were removed, but the actual number of endangered whitebark pine has been disputed
Crown corporation says it recorded a loss before tax of $94 million for the third quarter of 2018
Company to focus on electric and autonomous vehicle programs
As retailers pulled their merchandise from shelves, co-founders Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana went on camera to apologize to the Chinese people.
Year-over-year prices at the pump were 12 per cent higher in October, air transportation prices were up 9.4 per cent and mortgage interest costs climbed seven per cent, the report said.
They’re offering new ways for shoppers to get deals online and in the store easier and faster in the age of instant gratification.
Trudeau government ready to legislate employees back to work after five weeks of rotating strikes
Union holds fifth week of rotating strikes as both sides remain apart on contract negotiations
Grocery Experience National Survey Report suggests most grocery shoppers spend 32 minutes per visit
Pipelines totalling 840,000 kilometres run across Canada
The privately held company has nine sawmills in southern Sweden with an annual production capacity of 1.1 billion board feet.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers closed two major processing centres in Ontario and B.C.
Telus Corp. reported a third-quarter profit of $447 million, up from $406 million a year ago, and raised its dividend.
The CRA and the RCMP hosted briefing in Ottawa as they try to crack down on call centres loaded with fraudsters who phone Canadians
Among the 27 stores set to close by the end of January are nine in Ontario, nine in Quebec, six in Newfoundland and Labrador, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia.
The decision by the federal government was met with mixed reaction
President of Realosophy Realty John Pasalis gives his tips