The Canadian Press CAMPBELLTON, N.B. — A senior official with New Brunswick’s liquor corporation is defending a law that limits anyone in the province from having more than 12 pints of beer that weren’t sold by a provincially licensed liquor outlet. Richard Smith, senior vice-president with the NB Liquor Corp., […]

The Canadian Press TORONTO — The CPP Fund had a small investment loss after costs in the first quarter of the 2016 financial year but the retirement fund’s assets increased by $4 billion overall because of contributions from the Canada Pension Plan. The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says the […]

The Canadian Press CALGARY — TransCanada (TSX:TRP) is pointing to a new study on how pipeline safety stacks up against rail to show why two of its controversial projects should be built. According to the report by the Fraser Institute released Thursday, the rate of incidents or accidents per million […]

The Canadian PressLaura Kane VANCOUVER — The National Energy Board has issued 145 draft conditions that Kinder Morgan must meet if its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is approved, including increased consultation with First Nations and upgrading its emergency response. The sweeping requirements were released Wednesday, the same day 35 participants […]

The Canadian Press CORNER BROOK, N.L. — The general council of one of Canada’s largest churches has voted to drop fossil fuels from its investment portfolios, with advocates for the motion saying the decision is based on the Christian duty to care for the earth. Commissioners attending the United Church […]