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Crude-by-rail shipments set new record in December despite lower price discounts
CALGARY — The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada reached a record high in December. Canada exported nearly 354,000 barrels per day of oil, up seven per cent from November's total of 330,400 bpd and the 152,000 bpd ...
Hudbay Minerals shares up following earnings, plans growth at Lalor mine
TORONTO — Hudbay Minerals Inc. shares were up nearly six per cent in late-morning trading following its fourth-quarter results and a plan to increase gold production at a Manitoba gold mine. The company, which reports in U.S. dollars, lost ...
Major North American indices rise after Fed releases meeting notes
Major North American indices advanced Wednesday on the affirmation that policy-makers would take a patient approach to future interest rate hikes. The Federal Reserve released minutes from its two-day late January federal open market committee ...
CRTC chair: Inquiry into telecom sales practices wasn't about 'naming and shaming'
The Canadian Television-radio and Telecommunications Commission confirmed Wednesday what has been widely alleged for years — the industry uses unacceptable sales practices that mislead consumers and ...
U.S.-based Devon Energy says it intends to exit Canadian oilsands sector
CALGARY — Another foreign oil company says it's getting out of the Canadian oilsands. Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy Corp. announced after markets closed Tuesday that it will pursue the "separation" of its Canadian assets and its ...
Barrick helps facilitate Acacia Mining deal with Tanzanian government
TORONTO — Barrick Gold Corp. says it has helped facilitate a deal between Acacia Mining and the government in Tanzania as Barrick's new CEO looks to reorder the company. Under the agreement, the economic benefits from Acacia's operations will be ...
Samsung folding phone is different - but also almost $2,000
SAN FRANCISCO — Samsung unveiled a highly anticipated smartphone with a foldable screen in an attempt to break the innovation funk that has beset the smartphone market. But it's far from clear that consumers will embrace a device that retails for ...
Aurora Cannabis makes board changes, names new lead independent director
EDMONTON — Aurora Cannabis Inc. moved to strengthen its board of directors as it announced chairman Michael Singer will become executive chairman. The company says Ronald Funk will become the lead independent director, while Shan Atkins will also ...
Bausch Health walks tightrope between debt and acquisitions in 2019 forecast
MONTREAL — Bausch Health Companies Inc.'s management is striving to find a balance between debt reduction and "bolt-on" acquisitions as it emerges from the shadow of numerous lawsuits. Since Joseph Papa became the company's ...
Tilray to acquire hemp food company Manitoba Harvest for up to $419 million
NANAIMO, B.C. — Tilray Inc. has signed a deal to acquire Hemp Hearts-maker Manitoba Harvest for up to $419 million in cash and stock as the two companies aim to launch CBD-infused food and wellness products for North America. The companies say the ...