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Finance Minister Morneau heading south to tout importance of Canada-U.S. trade 28 March 2017, 12:01 am


“This is an ongoing effort for us to make sure the Americans we’re working with really understand the benefits of dealing with Canada,” Bill Morneau said.

Metrolinx approves Vaughan GO station that will put more cars on the road 27 March 2017, 11:06 pm


$100 million station is on the Barrie line and being built in the provincial transportation minister’s riding.

Stakes high for Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphone 27 March 2017, 8:37 pm


Stung by the embarrassing recall of the Galaxy Note 7 after several of the gadgets burst into flames, Samsung is ready to move forward.

Newfoundland’s northern cod making a comeback 25 years after commercial fishing ban 27 March 2017, 8:14 pm


After a federal report says cod stocks off eastern Newfoundland and Labrador continue to grow, the union representing fishermen is anxious to expand the relatively small commercial cod fishery.

Suncor says 2017 target still intact despite Syncrude oilsands fire 27 March 2017, 7:13 pm


Oil production remains offline two weeks after the Mildred Lake fire.

Ontario’s spring budget to include housing affordability measures, Sousa says 27 March 2017, 7:01 pm


The Liberal government has promised measures to help curb rising home prices in some markets, particularly in the GTA and Hamilton.

Ontario bill aimed at unreliable elevators appears to have gained some lift 27 March 2017, 6:59 pm


The bill by Liberal government backbencher Han Dong, introduced last week and slated for debate April 13, gets at the issue of maintenance, Consumer Services Minister Tracy MacCharles said.

Canadian marijuana legalization reports send pot stocks higher 27 March 2017, 6:46 pm


Reports say the federal government will introduce a bill next month that aims to legalize pot by July 1, 2018.

Restaurant Brands International gets Popeyes stock by deadline to complete takeover 27 March 2017, 6:28 pm


Parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King received the 83 per cent of common stock before Friday's deadline.

Trump, Trudeau’s infrastructure plans seen as too small for big funds 27 March 2017, 6:21 pm


U.S. and Canadian plans to spend more than $1.1 trillion (U.S.) are unlikely to be lucrative enough, according to one of the world’s biggest funds in the sector.

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