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Brexit: New vote not ruled out despite Bercow decision

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay suggested a vote could take place next week - after Mrs May has sought a delay to Brexit from the EU. To read full article click

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Bill Kelly: The Trump administration’s double-talk on tariffs solves nothing

Robert Lighthizer, Donald Trump’s chief trade negotiator, appeared before a U.S. Senate Finance Committee meeting last week and said that the Trump administration is open...

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Ten things that slipped under the radar in Budget 2019

The federal government spent $250 billion on programs between April 2018 and January 2019, so it’s easy to overlook smaller dollar amounts that could be easily be dismissed...

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There's nothing funny about the economic effects of Brexit: Don Pittis

If Brexit is the equivalent of a 10-tonne weight falling on the British economy, why are so many British people laughing? To read full article click

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How Trudeau’s Faring Economically Ahead of His Election Budget

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his fourth and final budget this week before Canada’s next election. To read full article click

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Canada's income tax rates have become uncompetitive, and the economy will pay the price

Canada’s top marginal tax rates are punitively high, have put Canada in an uncompetitive position and discourage individuals from engaging in productive economic activity,...

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Canadian dollar could sink to record low of 62 cents as economy slides closer to recession, says David Wolf

The Canadian dollar may sink back to its record low of 62 U.S. cents as the country retrenches from a consumer-spending boom into the face of a slowing global economy, said...

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CN to expand infrastructure in Sask.

Canadian National Railway announced March 18 it will spend $245 million on Saskatchewan rail infrastructure this year. To read full article click

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Ottawa pledges $1 billion for Edmonton LRT projects

EDMONTON — Ottawa has announced it will contribute $1 billion to support light rail transit (LRT) projects in Edmonton. To read full article click

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NEB releases report on optimizing oil pipeline and rail capacity out of Western Canada

CALGARY, March 15, 2019 /CNW/ - The National Energy Board (NEB) today released its report examining short and long-term options to optimize oil pipeline capacity out...

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Mnuchin: Lifting tariffs part of plan for USMCA passage

The Trump administration will work out a solution on steel and aluminum tariffs with Mexico and Canada as part of its efforts to get the new North American trade pact...

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Back on the track: new life for Alta. rail cars

Some of Alberta’s emblematic rail cars are getting a new life, hitting the tracks once again after sitting in storage for two years. To read full article click