CBC - Business Along Trans Mountain pipeline, opinions range from pro to protest 2016-12-06T10:00:00.000000Z Green-lighting the Trans Mountain pipeline was news that many Canadians, especially in Alberta's oil patch, had been hoping for — and that a nearly equal number had been dreading. Peak uncertainty: How to navigate this period of economic disorder and confusion 2016-12-06T10:00:00.000000Z The experts failed to predict a Donald Trump presidency or that the U.K. would vote to leave the European Union. But more importantly, they also got the impact of both major world events wrong. So what's an ordinary person to do? Take a guess. Your grocery bill is set to jump — and you can blame Trump 2016-12-06T03:51:23.000000Z The average Canadian family may need to spend as much as $420 more for food next year, a new report finds, citing the possibility of a lower dollar and the expected policies of the U.S. president-elect as two main factors driving the change. Wages, full-time work sliding for young Canadians, StatsCan says 2016-12-05T21:07:38.000000Z Unemployment rates among young Canadians have held relatively steady when compared with the mid-1970s, but the proportion of full-time or permanent jobs has changed sharply over that time, says Statistics Canada. Global trade more important than ever, Chrystia Freeland tells Toronto audience 2016-12-05T19:18:56.000000Z Ottawa is more in favour than ever of global trade and signing more free trade amendments, despite recent moves toward protectionism in other countries, International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland tells a Toronto business audience. Trump not saying how he'll view Dakota Access pipeline 2016-12-05T17:57:15.000000Z Trump spokesman says incoming president supports construction of Dakota Access pipeline, but wouldn't say whether Trump would reverse Army Corps of Engineers decision to deny construction permit. Second Cup signs $8M loan deal 2016-12-05T16:18:27.000000Z The Second Cup Ltd. has signed a deal for a four-year, $8-million secured term loan from an affiliate of Serruya Private Equity following a review of its strategic options. European stocks and euro currency shake off fears following Italy referendum result 2016-12-05T14:36:54.000000Z European stock markets were slightly higher Monday, the first day of trading since Italy's premier Matteo Renzi resigned following his loss in a key referendum over the weekend. Central banks are intrinsically conservative to keep our money safe: Don Pittis 2016-12-05T10:00:00.000000Z In the era of Donald Trump, it seems inevitable that the entrepreneurial urge to make hay while the sun shines is headed for a collision with the restraining forces of central banking. Standing Rock protesters celebrate 'big victory' as pipeline construction halted 2016-12-04T21:36:58.000000Z Construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline has been halted, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has told Standing Rock protesters.