Quebec to force gas stations to report their prices. Will it lower fuel costs?

Quebec wants to boost transparency around gas prices. The province will force gas stations to report their prices to the government, and it’s going to publish them online.  Pierre Fitzgibbon, Quebec’s economy minister, made the announcement on Thursday as he revealed a government-commissioned study that recommended making some changes to how Quebec regulates gas stations.  The […]

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Minister suggests Canada is considering tariffs on Chinese EVs following U.S. move

Canada’s industry minister says Ottawa is “considering all measures” after the U.S. announced it would be hiking tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles and other related goods. François-Philippe Champagne wouldn’t rule out Canada imposing similar tariffs during an interview with CBC News Network’s Power & Politics on Friday. “It’s fair to say that everything is on the […]

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Olive oil is how much now? Prices jump — again — amid worldwide shortage

Shoppers may find themselves doing a double take in the olive oil section of their local grocery stores these days, as industry analysts say prices have reached a record high. Prices for extra virgin olive oil in stores across Canada have increased an average 25.6 per cent since January alone, ranging from $13.99 to $24.99 per litre nationwide, according to data collected […]

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