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B.C. cannabis shop covers window with photo of frontier Mountie. RCMP wants it removed

Jeff Weaver has been jumping through the legal hoops required to set up Jimmy’s Cannabis shop in Cranbrook, B.C., but now an image of a famous Mountie Weaver used to cover…

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Here’s how many Canadians get a holiday bonus

More than 60 per cent of Canadian workers will get some kind of reward from their employer this holiday season, but for most, it won’t be the kind they’re looking for…

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Stephen Poloz to step down as Bank of Canada governor at end of term

The Bank of Canada says Stephen Poloz won’t seek a second term as governor when his seven years in the job expire next year. Before becoming head of Canada’s central…

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Approved oilsands project now awaits pipeline capacity increases: developer

The developer of a 12,000-barrel-per-day thermal oilsands project approved Thursday by the Alberta government says actually going ahead with construction depends largely on when new pipelines can be in service….

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Alberta Energy Regulator weighing ‘further action’ against former executives

Alberta’s oil and gas regulator is weighing “further action” against some of its former executives following three provincial probes into a now-defunct international training centre called ICORE. Bev Yee, interim chair of the Alberta Energy Regulator, told…

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Canadian families will pay nearly $500 more in 2020 for food, report says

The average Canadian family will pay up to an extra $487 for food next year, according to an annual report that highlights climate change as a big culprit for rising prices,…

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WTO tries to grapple with existing caseload before critical date next week

The World Trade Organization (WTO) battled on Tuesday over whether to bring its Appellate Body to an abrupt halt or allow its adjudicators to settle a handful of pending cases,…

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CFIA cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it has cancelled the licenses of three companies tied to a massive meat recall that ensnared nearly 900 beef and veal products. The CFIA…

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Why climate change adaptation is the unloved sibling at COP25: Don Pittis

Political turmoil has come to the heart of the global movement to try to stop climate change — and for once, it has nothing to do with U.S. President Donald…

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Former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney to serve as UN special envoy on climate

Bank of England governor Mark Carney, who previously served as Canada’s top central banker, will be taking on a new role as the United Nations’ special envoy on climate action…

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