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After more than a year of trying to make nice, Justin Trudeau finally looks fed up with Donald Trump.

Canada had pushed for an exemption from Trump’s tariffs — thinking, now naively, there’d be a perk to being a neighbor, ally and largest buyer of U.S. goods. Trudeau had bitten his tongue through skirmishes over airplanes, lumber and North American Free Trade Agreement....More>>>

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After promising to search North America for the perfect home for its next headquarters, Amazon has narrowed its list to 20 cities 19 of which are in the United States. The one exception? Toronto.

An outlier on Amazon’s list, Toronto has earned the attention of the technology world due to its diverse population, talent pool and welcome stance on immigration.

“It’s....More>>>

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Currently, we have one affordable, fully functional EV on the market – the Chevy Bolt. My parameters are a cost of under $40,000 and a driving range of over 200 miles. The Tesla (TSLA) model 3 will be widely available in 2018. In baseball terms the first batter has entered the batting box in the top of the first inning – EV 1.0.

EV trends following the same trends in solar

So,....More>>>

Top 10 Canadian Stocks To Own For 2019

First it was Harvey, now it’s Irma.

Airlines are scrambling to get out of the way of one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes ever recorded as the storm threatens to make landfall in the continental U.S. this weekend.

While many scheduled flights were nixed in the path of Irma, U.S. and Canadian airlines scrambled on Wednesday to dispatch aircraft to the Caribbean to....More>>>

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The average U.S. price for a gallon of regular gasoline added a penny last week to start the new week at $2.86 according to the latest data from GasBuddy. Pump prices reached a year-to-date high of $2.97 on the Friday ahead of the Memorial Day holiday and had been declining slowly ever since.

Month over month, the price is down about six cents a gallon, though it remains nearly 60 cents a....More>>>

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General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) shares dropped 1.8% last week, closing Friday with a gain of less than 0.2% and a 32-cent (0.18%) decline for the week. GE has no real challenger as the worst performing equity on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) index. For the year to date, the shares have suffered a loss of more than 44%.

This is the industrial giant’s 23rd consecutive week as....More>>>

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Canadian factory sales unexpectedly fell in April, driven largely by refinery shutdowns, in what was a disappointing kick-off for manufacturing data in the second quarter.

The value of factory shipments dropped 1.3 percent, driven by a 10.9 percent decline in the petroleum and coal products industry, Statistics Canada said in a report Friday. The agency cited “partial shutdowns”....More>>>

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The S&P 500 Index posted its best day of the year on Wednesday, driven by President Donald Trump’s pro-business speech to Congress and encouraging remarks by the Federal Reserve about the state of the economy. To go along with higher stock prices, many dividend stocks announced pay raises, too.

Seven notable dividend stocks increased their payouts over the last week, including....More>>>

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The latest entry into the fast food value wars is a real hot potato.

Starting on January 25, Taco Bell will begin selling $1 nacho fries in a limited release.

The fries will feature “bold Mexican seasoning” and include a side of nacho cheese dipping sauce, according to the company.

Taco Bell been beefing up its dollar menu as it competes with other fast food....More>>>

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This week was a rough week for cannabis stocks, but especially the Canadian licensed producers (LPs), of which there are currently 28 publicly-traded companies,....More>>>