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The differential tightened to as little as $10.25 US on Tuesday and was flat at $12.25 US on Thursday for barrels to be delivered in January, according to Calgary trader Net Energy.
According to a Transparency International Canada report on perceptions of domestic corruption, 37 per cent of those living in the Metro Vancouver area would describe the real estate sector as “extremely corrupt."
The Public Utilities Commission unanimously rejected petitions by environmental and Native American groups that asked the panel to reconsider its 3-2 decision in June to approve a route permit for the line across northern Minnesota.
Canada's relationship with Donald Trump has reached a "new level of frustration" after the U.S. president's comments this week on the arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer, according to a senior source.
Kimberly-Clark announces a recall of regular absorbency U by Kotex Sleek Tampons after reports of they came apart while being removed from the body.
The tech giant said Thursday that the new campus will open with 5,000 positions in engineering, research and development, operations, finance, sales and customer support. The site, according to Apple, will have the capacity to eventually accommodate 15,000 employees.
Escalating fears of retaliation after Canada detained a high-ranking Chinese business executive have prompted some Canadian business leaders to think twice before going to China on business.
Shares in AltaGas Ltd. soared on Thursday morning after it announced it will slash its dividend by 56 per cent and sell its remaining majority stake in a B.C. hydroelectric power operation for $1.39 billion.
Canadians living in the country's two largest cities may find themselves more "vulnerable" to interest rate increases as personal debt levels in Toronto and Vancouver continue to hit record levels, warns a Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation report.
CBC News speaks with the chair of North West Refining about why Premier Notley's pitch for more refineries makes sense for Alberta and Canada.
Quebec's equalization share is the focus of criticism again, but there are some things worth remembering about how the federal program works.
Some Canada Post employees are working seven days a week to clear a six-million-parcel backlog, but they aren't all earning the same kind of pay for working overtime.
Rising interest rates and slower income and population growth helped temper demand for new mortgages in the second quarter, according to Canada Mortgage Housing Corp.
Via Rail has selected Germany's Siemens over Bombardier Inc. for a $989 million contract to build new rolling stock as the Canadian passenger rail service renews its fleet of locomotives and cars for the rail corridor between Quebec City and Windsor, Ont.
Canada's competition watchdog is looking into whether or not WestJet's discount carrier Swoop has been offering airline tickets at below cost to push rivals out.
Social media users say they're being burned by online advertisements spoiling "surprise" gifts by popping up in front of the intended recipient. That's because of data collected through online tracking by companies like Google and Facebook.
Alberta's premier wants to see a new oil refinery built in the province. But experts say Alberta already has more refinery capacity than it needs and the biggest problem facing the province's oilpatch remains unsolved — a lack of export pipeline space.
The Alberta government is issuing a request for expressions of interest from the private sector to build a refinery in the province that would use oil extracted here.
Canada Goose shares have fallen for five days in a row after the outdoor apparel maker became a target of Chinese consumers upset by the arrest of a high-ranking technology executive in Canada.