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Trans Mountain construction to restart but prospective bidders staying on the sidelines for now
Balking at cottage prices, millennials are driving RV sales
Canadian cannabis investors still waiting for a breakout company to emerge
‘Just not selling’: Canopy's results take hit as some retailers struggle to move oil and gel products
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Billionaire Koch brothers dump Canada's oilsands leases as foreign exodus continues
CALGARY, Alta. – Once among the largest landholders in the oilsands, industrial conglomerate Koch Industries Inc. has sold off its upstream leases and abandoned licences in the heavy oil play, joining a stream of foreign companies exiting ...
A tale of two rivals: Barrick roars through golden summer as Newmont struggles to make merger pay
On Monday morning, Barrick Gold Corp.’s chief executive Mark Bristow visited the mining giant’s Toronto headquarters to announce second quarter earnings, and to take a victory lap on what’s shaping up to be a good ...
KELLY EGAN: The new federal office — brighter, tighter, quieter, where farts don't stink, lunch won't slurp
Not long ago, a group of employees at Global Affairs Canada — accustomed to navigating a complex geopolitical world — was sent guidelines on workplace conduct. “Do you clip your nails at your desk?” one section began, super ...
LAURIE H PAWLITZA: What is ‘table’ child support and why is it so hard to get it reduced?
Separated spouses who pay child support are often surprised by the short shrift family lawyers give them when they ask why there is such strict adherence to the “table” child support calculated under the Child Support Guidelines (the ...
Cannabis zero-tolerance common in Canadian workplaces: study
Canadian workplaces are globally trail-blazing cannabis policies, with nearly half of private-sector employers imposing a blanket ban on cannabis use, says a Conference Board of Canada survey. While legalization has pushed Canadian employers to ...
HOWARD LEVITT: Nova Scotia man fired for workplace masturbation shows accommodation has limits
A recent labour case involving an employee in Nova Scotia who was fired for masturbating at work is a complex intersection of employee misconduct, progressive discipline and alleged disability. But it shows that the system does work ...
MARTIN PELLETIER: Gold is beating stocks on its best tear in 6 years — but watch these risks before wading in
What started off as a great rebound year for investors is starting to show signs of weakness, amid fears that the global economic slowdown may worsen in the face of escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China. That uncertainty may be ...
CannTrust's prospects of resuming cannabis sales soon dim after violations at second facility
CannTrust’s stock took another major hit on Monday after the embattled cannabis producer disclosed it had received a second non-compliance rating from Health Canada, this time in connection to its facility in Vaughan, Ont. The violations at ...
'Thank God for Mach': Air Canada raises Transat offer as Quebec regulator shuts down defiant rival's bid
Air Canada is closer to landing its deal to buy Transat A.T. Inc. after raising its offer price to $720 million to win over its rival’s largest shareholder in face of a competing offer from a Montreal developer, whose bid was subsequently ...
TOBAN DYCK: U.S.-China trade wars 'a whole new kettle of fish' for Canadian farmers feeling the fallout
Canadian farmers have been deeply affected by the ongoing and escalating trade war between U.S. and China. “Farmers are always cognizant of changing market conditions,” said John Guelly, who farms near Westlock, Alta., and chairs the ...