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Oil drops 5% on China-U.S. tensions, demand doubts

LONDON (Reuters) - Oil fell 5% on Friday to around $34 a barrel as tensions rose between the United States and China, and doubts grew about the pace of demand recovery from the...

TSX futures fall on tumbling oil prices amid U.S.-China trade tensions

(Reuters) - Canada's main stock index futures fell on Friday as oil prices came under pressure from rising tensions between the United States and China, after the largest Asian economy moved to impose...

Toc Tien’s Musical Journey

You started your singing career at age 13, how did this happen so early? I did not choose music, it came to me naturally. When I was a child,...

Mining companies rush to shield indigenous communities from coronavirus

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Big mining companies that rely on indigenous workforces or operate near remote communities have acted fast to curb the spread of the coronavirus and avoid a public health crisis that...

Factbox: Where do Trump and Biden stand on tech policy issues?

(Reuters) - The regulation of big technology companies such as Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google has been a hot button issue ahead of the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 3.

Canadian home prices see robust gain in April, led by Ottawa-Gatineau

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian home prices rose in April at a stronger than usual clip for the month, with widespread gains led by the metropolitan markets of Ottawa-Gatineau and Toronto, data showed on...

U.S. extends travel restrictions at Canada, Mexico land borders

WASHINGTON/OTTAWA (Reuters) - The United States and Canada said on Tuesday they would extend a ban on non-essential cross-border travel by another 30 days to help the fight against the coronavirus.

Tuan-An Tran, a Vietnamese Virtuoso Living in the United States.

Tuan-An Tran is a talented Vietnamese guitarist, who always has his homeland on his mind. Through his music, which has been imprinted with the national soul, Tran expresses his great love for...

Canada’s annual inflation rate goes negative, but food prices rise

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's annual inflation rate fell by 0.2% in April, the first time it has turned negative since 2009, as the coronavirus pandemic slashed energy prices, but the headline figure obscured...

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