CBC - Business 'There isn't a best card out there': How to choose a credit card that works for you 2017-01-21T10:00:00.000000Z Credit cards with a lower interest rate may be more worthwhile than rewards cards for some people. Trudeau holds call with premiers to reassure them over Canada-U.S. relationship 2017-01-21T02:42:46.000000Z Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with his provincial and territorial counterparts today in an effort to reassure them about Canada's economic and security relationship with the United States. Trump's 'America first' tone worries head of Canadian oil and gas industry group 2017-01-20T20:22:41.000000Z The president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says the protectionist sentiments expressed in U.S. President Donald Trump's inauguration speech are a "wakeup call" for Canada. E-book publishers and Apple reach new deal with Competition Bureau over pricing 2017-01-20T18:50:44.000000Z Three major book publishers have signed an agreement with Canadian competition authorities that will permit retailers to sell those publishers' e-books at a discount — something they couldn't do before. Stocks close higher as Donald Trump lays out glimpse of future economic policies 2017-01-20T16:45:23.000000Z North American stock markets finished the first day of the Trump administration higher, with the Dow Jones, the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 all posting gains. Navdeep Bains defends open borders for global trade in Davos speech 2017-01-20T16:00:47.000000Z Automakers on both sides of the border fear the potential negative effects of a Donald Trump presidency, Canada's economic development minister said Thursday as he met with international business and political leaders in Switzerland. Inflation heats up to 1.5% in December as higher gas prices offset cheaper food 2017-01-20T14:05:04.000000Z The cost of living in Canada increased by 1.5 per cent last month, as slightly more expensive gasoline prices helped offset slightly cheaper food prices. Tim Hortons owner launches app to pay-and-go with no lining up 2017-01-20T13:48:35.000000Z The parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King plans to launch an app Canada-wide this spring that would allow customers to order and pay in advance on their smartphone without lining up to pay a cashier. Canada cuts $48M in tariffs to boost food manufacturing 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z As the incoming Trump administration talks about piling on new tariffs to discourage imports and protect American jobs, the Canadian government is quietly moving in the opposite direction. About 200 tariffs have been eliminated to make Canadian food manufacturers more competitive. U.S. airlines offer low-cost fares banning carry-on bags. Will Canada follow? 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z Both American and United Airlines will soon be offering a bare bones "basic economy" fare that excludes access to the overhead bin for carry-on. The same deal will soon be offered by major Canadian airlines, predicts one expert.