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Feds say USMCA better than nothing, business says get on with it

C.D. Howe Institute said all three countries will be worse off under the new agreement, government says it amounts to a 0.25% gain in GDP.

Meeting back on with federal, BC governments: Wet'suwet'en chief

Nationwide rail and road blockades support Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs who oppose a natural gas pipeline project cutting across their territory.

Small manufacturers' confidence edges up in February: CFIB

Following national trend but below the Canadian average, skills shortage still top constraint.

China slams US over 'attack' on its candidate to UN IP body

Showdown over the leadership of the World Intellectual Property Organization is the latest face-off between the two countries.

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Little used part of Constitution led to different carbon tax rulings: experts

Alberta Court of Appeal ruled 4-1 that the carbon tax is unconstitutional, finding the argument that climate change is a national concern strips power from the provinces. » Read more

Bank of Canada to create its own digital currency as a contingency: deputy

Central bank has been researching the economic and technological impacts of volatile digital currencies such as Bitcoin. » Read more

Regina professor taking university to court over research funding info

Emily Eaton is researching possible influence of the fossil fuel sector on education in Saskatchewan. » Read more

Kenney warns cancelled energy projects stand in the way of Indigenous prosperity

Woodland Cree First Nation will receive a $187,688 grant to intervene in support of Alberta's constitutional challenge of Bill C-69. » Read more