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China fires back with higher tariffs on $60B of U.S. products
China on Tuesday announced a tariff hike on $60 billion of U.S. products in response to President Donald Trump's latest duty increase in a dispute over Beijing's technology policy.
TREB must release real estate data today
The Toronto Real Estate Board as of today must release sold prices and other real estate data to its members and allow them to make it public.
Trump imposes tariffs on $200B more of Chinese goods
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he will impose 10 per cent tariffs on about $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, but he spared smart watches from Apple and Fitbit Inc and other consumer products such as bicycle helmets and baby car seats.
Ottawa looks at having retired judge help guide renewed pipeline review process
The federal government is shopping around for a retired federal judge to help guide a renewed consultation with Indigenous communities on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The Liberals intend to announce the next steps in their pipeline plan before the end of September.
Coca-Cola, Aurora exploring potential for cannabis-infused drinks
Canada's housing market rebounds from lull earlier this year, but average prices still flat
Simons apologizes for campaign selling bras named after famed Canadian women
Gap appeals to court for right to renegotiate leases in malls vacated by Sears
Machines will do more than half the work by 2025, report predicts
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will take SpaceX rocket around the moon
Maxime Bernier's new party stakes out classical liberal values: Don Pittis
The great oilsands era is over — so what now for Fort McMurray?