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U.S. Congress urges get-tough approach with Canada in hearing for Trump trade pick

WASHINGTON — In a possible preview of upcoming NAFTA negotiations, Donald Trump’s…

Rechargeable lithium batteries come with fire risks

Rechargeable lithium batteries come with fire risks

Rechargeable lithium batteries have become ubiquitous over the past decade

Rechargeable lithium batteries come with fire risks

Treasury Board to provide details on federal website security ‘vulnerability’

OTTAWA — Treasury Board officials will provide details today about an online…

Marijuana producer Canopy Growth Corp. being added to S&P/TSX Composite Index

TORONTO — Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED) is being added to the influential…

Pershing Square sells final stake in Valeant Pharmaceuticals for large tax loss

MONTREAL — Pershing Square Capital Management has bailed on Valeant Pharmaceuticals International…

B.C. premier promises action for women forced to wear high heels on the job

B.C. premier promises action for women forced to wear high heels on the job

VANCOUVER — Legislation that would make it illegal to require women to…

B.C. premier promises action for women forced to wear high heels on the job
Francois Dicaire (left to right), deputy assistant commissioner IT for the Canada Revenue Agency, Gabrielle Beaudoin, director general of communications for Statistics Canada, Scott Jones, assistant deputy minister, IT Security at the Communications Security Establishment, John Glowacki, chief operating officer of Shared Services Canada, and Jennifer Dawson, deputy chief information officer, Treasury Board Secretariat, give a technical briefing on an internet security vulnerability affecting Government of Canada websites in Ottawa on Monday, March 13, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Patrick Doyle

Gov’t acted ‘within hours’ of website security breach

OTTAWA — A security breach at Statistics Canada’s main website prompted the…

Francois Dicaire (left to right), deputy assistant commissioner IT for the Canada Revenue Agency, Gabrielle Beaudoin, director general of communications for Statistics Canada, Scott Jones, assistant deputy minister, IT Security at the Communications Security Establishment, John Glowacki, chief operating officer of Shared Services Canada, and Jennifer Dawson, deputy chief information officer, Treasury Board Secretariat, give a technical briefing on an internet security vulnerability affecting Government of Canada websites in Ottawa on Monday, March 13, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Patrick Doyle
Moneywise: Canadians not organizing their end-of-life documents

Moneywise: Canadians not organizing their end-of-life documents

Few people like to think about their end of life, but making…

Moneywise: Canadians not organizing their end-of-life documents
Companies seek to turn captured carbon into concrete, fish food and even toothpaste

Companies seek to turn captured carbon into concrete, fish food and even toothpaste

It has been derided as an expensive excuse to burn coal.

Companies seek to turn captured carbon into concrete, fish food and even toothpaste
Working Wise: Avoiding job scams

Working Wise: Avoiding job scams

Dear Working Wise: I saw an internet ad saying that I could…

Working Wise: Avoiding job scams
Photo by ADVOCATE news services                                Robert Kelly, a professor and an expert on international relations, tries to conduct an interview with the BBC using Skype. But it was his two children who burst in and stole the show. The video went viral and now they are Internet stars.

Dear BBC One dad, we, as parents, feel your pain

The evolution toward more flexible work schedules, and the ability to work from home

Photo by ADVOCATE news services                                Robert Kelly, a professor and an expert on international relations, tries to conduct an interview with the BBC using Skype. But it was his two children who burst in and stole the show. The video went viral and now they are Internet stars.
Canada’s regulations bring clarity energy firms need: Trudeau

Canada’s regulations bring clarity energy firms need: Trudeau

Boosting confidence in both the energy industry

Canada’s regulations bring clarity energy firms need: Trudeau
TD Bank shares down amid damaging allegations

TD Bank shares down amid damaging allegations

TD Bank shares sank on Friday as the company defended itself

TD Bank shares down amid damaging allegations

Step 1 in NAFTA renegotiation could start within two weeks: Ross

The U.S. government hopes to take the first formal step in renegotiating NAFTA

Liberal spending estimates short $2.5B on infrastructure

Liberal spending estimates short $2.5B on infrastructure

OTTAWA — The parliamentary budget watchdog says it can’t find billions in…

Liberal spending estimates short $2.5B on infrastructure
RadioShack files for second bankruptcy in 2 years

RadioShack files for second bankruptcy in 2 years

RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in just over two years

RadioShack files for second bankruptcy in 2 years

Sunrise Records reveals locations for some of its planned 70 music stores

Sunrise Records is revealing more of the locations where it plans to open stores.

Kinder Morgan ups Trans Mountain cost to $7.4 billion, confirms shipper interest

CALGARY — Kinder Morgan has increased the estimated cost of the Trans…

Ottawa unveils two-pronged approach in bid to stimulate economic growth

Ottawa unveils two-pronged approach in bid to stimulate economic growth

The federal government unveiled a two-pronged effort Thursday

Ottawa unveils two-pronged approach in bid to stimulate economic growth