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Canada won’t do business with Boeing while it’s ‘busy trying to sue us,’ Trudeau says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is dropping the gloves in his fight with Boeing, saying his government won’t do business with a company that he’s accusing of attacking Canadian industry and…

CREA cuts national home resale outlook, driven by Ontario market

CREA cuts national home resale outlook, driven by Ontario market

The Canadian Real Estate Association said Friday it has cut its national outlook for home sales activity for the year by five per cent, saying the decline stems almost entirely…

Toronto and U.S. stock markets rally after Irma damage less than expected

North American stock market indexes jumped Monday after Hurricane Irma weakened without causing as much damage as feared, while the loonie slowed its pace of recent gains. On Bay Street,…

Equifax breach provokes frustration for Canadians

Equifax breach provokes frustration for Canadians

Equifax apologized Friday for its consumer response to a cybersecurity breach that exposed the information of millions of people. Responding to criticism that its online and phone support systems were either broken or…

Loonie tops 81 cents US briefly again ahead of interest rate decision

The Canadian dollar shot up Tuesday to top 81 cents US briefly again, a day before the Bank of Canada unveils its latest decision on a key interest rate. In morning…

Houston was warned it was a ‘sitting duck’ for major flood

Houston was warned it was a ‘sitting duck’ for major flood

When presented with sweeping evidence in 2016 that Houston was a “sitting duck” for the next big hurricane, the former head of the Harris County Flood Control District dismissed the report,…

Court grants B.C. intervener status in Trans Mountain pipeline case

OTTAWA—The Federal Court of Appeal is allowing British Columbia to be an intervener in a legal fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, but with some conditions. Several First Nations…

Disney ditches Netflix in search for rich new kingdoms

Is content still king? It was Bill Gates of Microsoft who declared it so in 1996, but the proposition has been repeated so often by Disney executives that it could…

Albertans want tighter rules for methane emissions, poll suggests

EDMONTON—A new poll suggests nearly three-quarters of Albertans want tighter rules on methane release from oil and gas facilities. The poll, done by EKOS research and funded by Environmental Defence,…

Canadian re-commerce company LXRandCo taking luxury vintage shopping into the future

Canadian re-commerce company LXRandCo taking luxury vintage shopping into the future

You’ve probably heard of e-commerce. But what about re-commerce? It’s the business of buying and selling used items. There’s a Canadian company, LXRandCo, that’s carving out a niche for itself…