Vancouver-based Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. was accused Wednesday by a Dutch non-profit of avoiding hundreds of millions of dollars in Canadian taxes through the use of tax havens.
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Ontario's largest public-sector union wants to take the lead in repairing the relationship between Unifor and the Canadian Labour Congress after a recent spat over the right of workers to choose which union represents them.
Ontario’s largest public sector union wants to take the lead in repairing the relationship between Unifor and the Canadian Labour Congress after a recent spat over the right of workers to choose which union represents them.
WASHINGTON — The United States and Qatar have reached a deal to resolve a years-old quarrel over alleged airline subsidies, seven individuals familiar with the deal said Monday, as Qatar’s government works to defuse tensions with the Trump administration.
NEW YORK — After a year of political and cultural upheaval, Super Bowl advertisers appear to be pulling back from themes of unity in favour of in-game stunts and ads that aim for the heart and in some cases even lower.
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal copyright board has raised the music streaming royalties for songwriters and music publishers by more than 40 per cent to narrow the financial divide separating them from recording labels.
NEW YORK—The next Colonel Sanders is giving the character a little bit of “country music flair.”
KFC has picked singer Reba McEntire to play the founder of the fried chicken chain—the first female celebrity in the role.
In commercials starting next week, McEntire dons the Colonel's famous white suit and black tie, but with a twist.
PARIS — Brawls have broken out in French supermarkets as shoppers scramble to get their hands on discounted pots of chocolate and hazelnut spread.
Chaotic scenes were filmed in several supermarkets across the country operated by the Intermarche chain, which offered massive discounts on pots of Nutella.
CALGARY — A coalition of First Nations is raising funds to mount a legal challenge to the proposed oil-tanker ban on B.C.’s north coast.
The challenge is coming from the backers of the proposed Eagle Spirit pipeline, a First Nation-led project that would bring oil from Alberta to the northern West Coast.
CALGARY — A rally in oil prices that started late last year and shows no signs of stopping in 2018 is expected to pave the way for bigger payouts for long-suffering Canadian energy investors as fourth-quarter reporting season gets underway in the next month.