Canada experiments with digital dollar

Central bank poised to embrace technology behind Bitcoins

Trudeau under fire over assisted death bill

Canada’s Liberal party accused of ‘bungling’ by rivals

HANOVER, GERMANY - APRIL 23: Protesters rallying against the TTIP and CETA free trade agreements march on the eve of a visit by U.S. President Barack Obama on April 23, 2016 in Hanover, Germany. Many in Germany are wary of the agreements and claim that both TTIP, a free trade agreement being negotiated between the European Union and the United States, and CETA, a similar agreement between the E.U. and Canada, will have far-reaching negative impacts in Europe that include labor, economic, environmental and legal aspects. (Photo by Sascha Schuermann/Getty Images)

Trade deal protest heads for German court

Campaigners say EU-Canada deal breaches Germany’s constitution

Canada’s wildfires could blaze for months

More than 1,500 sq km consumed by flames

Canada wildfires threaten oil sands

More than 80,000 evacuated as fire engulfs homes

Husky Gas Station at Downtown Edmonton, Alberta Canada. Jasper Ave
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Husky Energy: shaggy dog story

More connections for the connected

Canada flies the anti-austerity flag

Finance minister says spending is the way to achieve global growth

Objections hit Canada-EU trade deal

Romania and Wallonia voice concerns over visas and standards

Record drop in Canada oil sector spending

Industry group finds C$50bn decline over past two years

Japan and Canada show fiscal good sense

Tax and spending stimulus is needed to help the global economy

Trudeau in C$60bn Canada stimulus pledge

PM’s first budget looks to revive sluggish growth in energy-rich economy

Canadian casino in cyber attack

River Cree Resort loses customer and employee data

Investors face conflict in quest for land

Canadian pension fund’s purchase led to an outcry

RBC suffers fresh hit from oil collapse

Losses mount in bank’s consumer and corporate portfolios

Canada deficit could triple Trudeau’s limit

Dive in oil prices pushes Canadian dollar to a 13-year low

Canada set to slash oil and gas investment

Low prices mean oil sands and conventional projects are unviable

Canada slashes 2-year growth forecast

Trudeau presents sunny face at Davos while economy shrinks

To win the war on terror, forget drugs

UK tax windfall could help police and intelligence services

Canada refugee policy contrasts with US

New government says its plan to take in 25,000 immigrants would bring long-term economic benefits

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