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The National Energy Board says Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC can start construction on sections of its pipeline expansion in Alberta and British Columbia.
Tesla Motors Canada is suing the Ontario government, alleging it has suffered "substantial harm" and lost sales amid the cancellation of an electric vehicle rebate.
Air Canada chief operating officer Ben smith is leaving the company to become the chief executive at Air France-KLM.
Tim Hortons admits it's fallen behind the competition with its packaging, but change is coming to your coffee cup and it will start with the lid.
Shares of Second Cup gained ground Thursday, a day after the coffee chain said it was eyeing converting some of its Ontario outlets to cannabis shops.
Canadian manufacturing sales rose more than expected in June, boosted by a 16 per cent surge in oil and coal shipments.
A federal judge in Montana on Wednesday ordered the U.S. State Department to do a full environmental review of a revised route for the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, a move that could delay the project and prove a setback for the Trump administration.
Bell Media has signed a new long-term agreement that will see it become the exclusive Canadian broadcaster for new programming from Vice Media network Viceland.
The Alberta Securities Commission has rejected a requested order to prevent American short seller Marc Cohodes from trading shares in or providing misleading information about Calgary-based Badger Daylighting Ltd.
Uber is still struggling to make money while the ride-hailing service's CEO deals with the headaches left behind by his predecessor.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has sent subpoenas to Tesla regarding chief executive Elon Musk's plans to take the company private and his statement that funding was "secured," Fox Business Network reported on Wednesday, citing sources.
A policy update that Shopify quietly posted this week shows merchants can no longer use the platform to sell automatic firearms that have not been rendered inoperable and semi-automatic firearms that have the capacity to accept a detachable magazine.
Canadian grocery giant Metro Inc. is already facing pressure from suppliers to accept higher prices in light of a recent tariff war with the United States and consumers should expect slightly higher food bills in the future, its CEO says.
The average price of a Canadian home was $481,500 last month, a rise of one per cent in the past year.
Constellation Brands, a massive alcohol beverage company, is investing $5 billion into Smiths Falls, Ont.-based cannabis company Canopy Growth.
Turkey is boosting tariffs on imports of certain U.S. products, including rice, cars, alcohol and coal — escalating a feud with the United States that has helped trigger a currency crisis.
New Zealand has banned most foreigners from buying homes as it tries to tackle runaway housing prices.
Several cannabis companies and business groups are applauding the Ontario government's new plan to add private retailers to its plans for the sale of recreational pot in the province.