Trade war looms as U.S. hits China with $60-billion in tariffs
The move – which may also include restricting Chinese investment in the United States and launching a World Trade Organization case against Beijing – is retaliation for China forcibly taking, and sometimes allegedly stealing, U.S. technology.
Province projects $8.8-billion deficit; looks to pipelines, carbon tax to balance books
In laying out its 2018-19 budget on Thursday, Alberta’s government said even as the oil-focused economy improves and the province reins in some capital spending, the debt will still continue a steep march upwards
Former Manitoba Hydro chair takes aim at Premier Brian Pallister’s account of board exodus
Sandy Riley – a Winnipeg business leader and Progressive Conservative supporter – said the premier fundamentally mischaracterized the board’s decision to resign en masse, calling it “deeply offensive and wrong.”