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Canada is not about to agree to quotas or other limits on its exports in order to get the United States to lift punishing tariffs on steel and aluminum, says a source close to the ongoing talks to resolve the lingering tit-for-tat trade standoff.
Canadian airlines are urging Ottawa to delay the Jan. 1 imposition of the federal carbon tax, which they warn will boost airfares and push passengers to airports across the border.
The airline says it had hoped to have all regulatory approvals in place to operate south of the border — but one of those has not yet been approved.
While there may be many chapters in the two-decade story of Lululemon, founder Chip Wilson has looked to one iconic product to put a headline on it.
The annual pace of inflation slowed more than expected in September as increases in the price of gasoline eased compared with August.
Wayne Easter answered the phone in the middle of a quick lunch. The chair of the Commons finance committee was in Winnipeg yesterday with other committee members, listening to submissions on what should be in the next federal budget.
Snags in the supply chains of legal retail pot stores across Canada are no big surprise for a fledgling industry trying to meet huge demand, experts say.
Analysts are split on whether higher U.S. interest rates could put the stock market's impressive run in jeopardy.
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney — whose government once introduced legislation continuing to classify marijuana in the same category as heroin — has not only become a born-again weed evangelical, but now says Canada is poised to influence the rest of the world to join the cannabis bandwagon.
When Edmontonians lined up to buy cannabis from retail stores on Wednesday, Girl Guide Elina Childs saw a business opportunity.
A majority of first-time homebuyers say they maxed out their budgets when they bought their homes, according to a survey released today by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Homeowners with variable mortgage rates have seen their rates rise over the past year as the Bank of Canada has raised its key interest rate target four times.
The Leamington, Ont.-based cannabis company submitted its registration statement to U.S. securities regulators today.
The Western Canadian oil industry is losing at least $100 million every day, according to an analyst's estimate.
A call from a Canadian Senate committee to follow the U.S. lead in cutting corporate taxes comes just as the hazards of that policy loom larger south of the border.
On the first day that Canadians are legally allowed to get high, stocks in Canadian marijuana companies did something perhaps unexpected: they went low.
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney is joining the board of directors of an American cannabis company.
The broad cultural exemption Canada fought to keep in the renegotiation of the North American free trade deal will allow for Canadian content rules in digital media. But the Trudeau government will not apply the exemption to avoid extending the length of copyright protections for artistic works.