“Canada is not going to be bullied into submission” says Seth Kursman

Canada's softwood lumber industry suffered another blow after the U.S. International Trade Commission unanimously voted Thursday that its imports have harmed the American lumber industry. In a 4-0...

Soo Blaster employs 45; entertains thousands

Successful entrepreneurs have an ability to see what consumers are yearning for, then provide a product or service to fill that gap. This is...

Northern Ontario is a no-go for nuclear fuel waste bunker site

Then there were five: Search narrowed for place to store used nuclear fuel Waste management authorities have ruled out one part of northern Ontario as...

Rogers considering sale of baseball’s Blue Jays, stake in Cogeco

TORONTO — Rogers Communications Inc. is considering the sale of such assets as baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays and a stake in media company Cogeco...

Keewatin Railway: A Successful Case of First Nations’ in Rail Business

Last month, I shared with all of you the story behind Canada’s 1st First Nation run train, Tshiuetin Rail. This week, the narrative of...

Postmedia CEO Paul Godfrey says newspapers will survive but with reduced numbers

More Canadian newspapers will close in the next few years but printed news will still exist 10 years from now, Postmedia Network Inc. CEO Paul...

CBC to launch ad-free paid streaming option as part of revamped TV app

TORONTO — CBC said Monday it plans to launch a paid version of a new CBC TV app that will let viewers watch programs...

Softwood exports to U.S. down but it’s not causing big financial pinch

OTTAWA — Canada's softwood lumber exports to the U.S. have fallen since the Americans imposed new duties earlier this year, but thanks to near-record wood prices...

A taxing problem: how to price, tax legal weed to stamp out the black...

TORONTO — For the owner of Uncle Ike's, one of the biggest marijuana shops in Seattle, the teenagers who come through his legal storefront to score...

New Montreal bridge currently being built had 2,000 defects; report

MONTREAL — The consortium building a new Montreal bridge is playing down concerns about 2,000 defects that reportedly have been found in parts manufactured by a Spanish company. A...

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