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Climate policy is good for pipeline projects, resources minister says
Energy executives have long lamented scant pipeline access to coastal ports that would allow oil-sands-derived crude to reach markets beyond Canada and the United States, saying it has resulted in deep discounts for the oil versus international ...
Hedge fund questions alleged Valeant ties to more pharmacies
A hedge fund that has long been bearish on Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. published a new list of pharmacies it said were probably tied to the drugmaker, briefly sending Valeant shares down Wednesday.
In land of 3500% stock returns, crashes are quickly forgotten
Fang Zhengdao set up shop on a rainy day in mid-November, a yellow umbrella in his hand and a handwritten sign by his side. Two months had passed since the great Chinese stock-market crash of 2015, and Fang figured it was time to start peddling ...
Atco slashes jobs, citing 'extremely challenging economic times'
Atco Ltd. has joined a long list of Alberta-based companies who have slashed their workforce, although the company will not provide any detail regarding how many of its 9,000 workers across the globe have been affected by the job cuts. “ATCO is ...
Brookfield bid for Australian rail, port assets hits regulatory red light
Australia's competition watchdog on Thursday rejected proposals by Canadian infrastructure giant Brookfield Asset Management Inc to address concerns over its A$9-billion ($6.53-billion) bid for port and rail firm Asciano Ltd. The decision is a blow to ...
Many of Canada's Top 100 Employers have staying power
It's a significant achievement to make the list for Canada's Top 100 Employers but dozens of Canadian organizations manage to be the best in their field year after year.
Russia defiant as Turkey defends decision to down jet
The United States and Europe both urged calm and continued dialogue in telephone conversations with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, a sign of international concern at the prospect of any escalation between the former Cold War enemies.
Human Rights Watch: Syrians pushed back at Turkish border  The Sofia Globe
Tiffany's profit forecast turns dimmer on strong US dollar
Revenue fell 2.2 per cent to $938.2-million against analysts' expectations of a 1.2 per cent rise to $971-million. Signet Jewelers Ltd also reported lower-than-expected quarterly profit and sales on Tuesday as a strong dollar hurt sales in its UK ...
Sweden tightens asylum rules, borders to force EU action on refugees
The move is a huge blow to Swedes' view of their country as a humanitarian superpower and a team player in international organizations. Vice premier Asa Romson of the Green Party was close to tears at the news conference as she announced the tougher ...
The close: TSX erases gains as Valeant drops
Canadian stocks fell on Monday, erasing early gains, as Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. slumped, offsetting an advance in energy producers after Alberta unveiled a revamped climate change policy and Saudi Arabia said it's ready to work to ...