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Tesla wants to electrify big trucks, adding to its ambitions
DETROIT -- After more than a decade of making cars and SUVs -- and, more recently, solar panels -- Tesla Inc. wants to electrify a new type of vehicle: big trucks.
Loblaw to be early adopter of Tesla's all-electric Semi
Loblaw pre-orders 25 of Tesla's new all-electric trucks for undisclosed ...  Toronto Star
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More speeches from Bank of Canada not enough for markets: Analysts
The decision this week by Canada's central bank to add more speeches from policymakers to its schedule after an interest rate decision will not do enough to provide better forward guidance on monetary policy, analysts said on Friday.
Canada's inflation rate cools slightly in October
Statistics Canada says CPI for October up 1.4 per cent from year ago
'King of Laval' Gilles Vaillancourt granted day parole
The former mayor of Laval who was sentenced to six years in prison has been granted day parole after serving 11 months behind bars.
The trial of Tony Accurso for fraud and corruption abort  The Quebec Telegram
Fraud case of Quebec construction mogul Tony Accurso ends in mistrial  The Globe and Mail
TransCanada Keystone pipeline leaks 795000 litres of crude oil in South Dakota
TransCanada Corp. said its original Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 795,000 litres of oil in Marshall County, S.D., just days before Nebraska is set to decide the fate of plans to expand the pipeline network.
Keystone pipeline spill will take months to clean up: officials  The Globe and Mail
Keystone pipeline leak won't affect last regulatory hurdle  Financial Post
CanniMed agrees to buy Newstrike Resources as marijuana merger activity heats up
CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. (CMED.TO 0.92%) has reached an agreement to buy Newstrike Resources Ltd. (HIP.V) in an all-stock deal. Under the agreement, Newstrike shareholders will receive 33 CanniMed shares for each 1,000 shares of Newstrike.
Tragically Hip-backed company in talks to merge with Saskatoon's medical ...
Aurora Cannabis Announces Conversion of Remaining Balance of $75 Million ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Ottawa say Fairfax Financial Holdings interested in broken Churchill rail line
A portion of the Hudson Bay Railway to Churchill, Man., is shown in this 2017 handout photo. The federal government says a Toronto-based holding company is interested in becoming a new partner in a possible deal for a takeover of the broken rail line ...
Government of Canada is encouraged by a potential new partner to acquire ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Fairfax shows interest in joining partnership to purchase HBR  Railway Track & Structures
Provinces to keep control of online cannabis sales
A small, nondescript parcel arrives at the doorstep of Candice Beyer's Edmonton home every couple of months. She signs for the delivery, then quickly and quietly squirrels the shrink-wrapped, odourless package away in a secret drawer.
Alberta To Control Online Pot Sales, But Private Operators Allowed To Sell ...  Huffington Post Canada
Private marijuana industry to be boon for Alberta: Alberta Cannabis ...
CN Rail says it will be hiring thousands as shipments surge
WINNIPEG/MONTREAL - Canadian National Railway Co plans to extend a major hiring spree into next year as Canada's biggest freight railroad scrambles to catch up with surging shipments and fill vacancies, a company official said on Friday.
UPDATE 2-Canada's CN Rail on hiring spree as shipments surge  Reuters
Copeland Capital Management LLC Sells 25406 Shares of Canadian National ...  The Ledger Gazette
Prominent BlackBerry executive leaving company for personal reasons
A person with knowledge of the situation says that BlackBerry Ltd.'s chief operating officer has resigned in order to deal with a family health issue.
BlackBerry COO Marty Beard resigns to attend to family health matter: Report  BNN
BlackBerry COO Resigns to Deal With Family Issues: Source  News18
Donkin mine seismic testing planned for this fall has been postponed
DONKIN, N.S. - The owner of the Donkin mine has backed away from its decision to begin seismic testing off Cape Breton this year. Instead, Kameron Coal has postponed the seismic testing program until “later next year,” it said in a brief statement ...
Kameron Coal postpones seismic testing program at Donkin Mine  CTV News