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New climate think tank looking for a road map to zero emissions

Canadian Institute for Climate Choices warns Canada can't avoid the global economic shifts that adapting to climate change will bring.

Minority Liberal priorities, NAFTA ratification, assault rifle ban

NDP and the Bloc are likely to oppose USMCA, but are expected to support efforts to strengthen gun control.

Quebec investors buy back Canam Canadian operations

Deal will total more than $840 million and account for nearly 2,700 of the company's 4,900 employees.

CETA can serve as template for post Brexit Canada-UK trade deal

UK has traditionally been Canada's second-largest export market after the United States.

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Rising inequality eroding trust in capitalism survey

83% of employees globally are concerned about their jobs. » Read more

Why action on climate change gets stuck and what to do about it

Changing one thing often runs into the powerful inertia of related policies, technologies, interests and patterns of behaviour. » Read more

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Creativity and connectivity through cool urban spaces

A developer of distinctive urban work and data centre spaces in Canada’s major cities provides distinctive environments for creativity and connectivity. » Learn more

Special Canada-China committee to hold first meeting in Ottawa

Conservative foreign affairs critic Erin O'Toole said in December the committee will work to address Canada's current diplomatic dispute with China » Read more

A brief look at carbon taxing by province

Some provinces have both federal systems in place, while others use one or the other » Read more