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NAFTA talks reach make-or-break point

NAFTA negotiators are nearing the end of the runway. Observers tracking the ups and downs of these intense trade talks say that if Canada, the United States and Mexico can’t get something on paper over the next few weeks, negotiations could easily drag on into 2019. Chrystia Freeland cancels NATO …

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Q&A: Disruption coming to energy world — and quickly

The future of energy has perhaps never been so uncertain. Is peak oil demand decades away or around the corner? Can we develop renewable energy technology that can meet the world’s growing energy demands? Will all cars be electric one day? Alberta’s energy industry has a bright future — but …

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Here’s who the CRA was targeting in Panama Papers raids

An Alberta businessman who has quietly been teeing up hundreds of millions of dollars in deals for Chinese investors to buy oilpatch assets is the first person known to be targeted by the Canada Revenue Agency’s criminal investigations into the Panama Papers, court records reveal. Wentao Yang’s million-dollar Calgary home, …

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Why Facebook is getting in on the dating game — now

As Facebook continues to face questions about its ability to protect the privacy of users’ data in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, some may wonder about the timing of its announcement that it will soon launch a dating service — which arguably would contain people’s most personal information. …

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