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Air Canada earnings show demand for travel is returning — but slowly

Air Canada reported improving but still big losses in the second quarter as travel demand started to rise. The Montreal-based company says...

Wildfires are causing the price of lumber to spike again

The price of lumber rose at its fastest pace in more than a year on Thursday, after timber companies warned that wildfires in...

Massive internet outage disrupts websites in U.S., Canada and Europe

Thousands of websites and digital services around the world were unavailable on Thursday after cloud computing company Akamai said it has been experiencing...

Travelling to the U.S.? The rules are still in flux

American tourists yearning to visit Canada received welcome news on Monday when the federal government announced it will soon reopen its doors to...

Quebec nixes LNG plant that would have carried Western Canadian natural gas to markets overseas

The Quebec government has refused to approve construction of a liquified natural gas (LNG) facility in the Saguenay, north of Quebec City, following...

Quebec nixes LNG plant that would have carried Western Canadian natural gas to overseas markets

The Quebec government has refused to approve construction of a natural gas facility in the Saguenay, north of Quebec City, following years of...

Netflix hints at plans to stream video games as subscriber growth slows to a crawl

Netflix reported its worst slowdown in subscriber growth in eight years as people emerge from their pandemic cocoons. So it's adding a new...

The market’s fresh reminder? Stocks don’t just go up

As stocks struggled to claw back their losses following Monday's sharp decline, it was probably hard for investors to see anything good in this week's market...

Ottawa kickstarts ‘transition’ process for oil and gas workers

The federal government is launching a long-awaited process to come up with a plan to support oil and gas workers as economies around the...

WestJet drops out of talks with government on pandemic aid

Calgary-based WestJet said today that after months of negotiations, it has officially ended talks with the federal government on a financial aid package to...

Businesses in U.S. border communities nervously await easing of travel restrictions

U.S. businesses are waiting nervously for an expected announcement on when the American border will reopen to Canadian tourists. Canada announced Monday...

Stock markets fall, oil prices plummet as COVID-19 fears rise again

The Toronto Stock Exchange had its worst day in months on Monday as rising COVID-19 infections around the world gave investors a sobering...
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Australian company BHP makes takeover bid for Canada’s Noront Resources

Another Australian company is moving forward with a takeover bid for Noront Resources, with a cash offer for all outstanding and issued shares of the Canadian...

Wildfires in Canada are creating their own weather systems, experts say

A combination of intense heat and drought conditions is causing wildfires in Western Canada to generate their own weather systems, experts say. Michael Fromm,...

To prepare for future heat waves, classify air conditioners as medical devices, UBC expert says

Barbara Reed did everything she could to help Ollie O'Rourke keep cool on a late June evening during the deadly heat wave in...

Well water fears fuel calls to halt proposed bottling plant near B.C. village

Angie Kane knows how important well water is when you live in the heart of dry, rural B.C. For 17 years, she...