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U.S. expected to demand billions in penalties over B.C. softwood lumber

Americans claim BC subsidizing lumber, giving local mills a sales advantage.

Harper begins Latin America swing amid global economic scramble

Trade talks aim to expand Canada's export markets as US turmoil continues.

Amid economic jitters, Canada well positioned to face 'global headwinds': Flaherty

But country not an island, and international stress will affect us, he says.

Canadian jobless rate slips to 7.2 per cent in July

Increases in private sector offset by losses in public sector.

Canadian economy expected to regain some speed, but consumer spending alone won't help

Global manufacturing, US recovery key factors in keeping the country moving.

U.S. money crisis 'very bad' but Canadian situation 'signficantly' better: Harper

Country will still push to balance budget and avert disaster here, PM adds.

Apple's iPhone 4 Canada's most popular mobile phone, by a large margin

Tech giant battles it out with RIM for users with year of heavy mobile upgrading on horizon.

B.C. offers up $40 million to boost Vancouver shipbuilding bid

Tax relief on training, labour costs are part of what's on offer to help win federal contract.

Blackberry's RIM will lay off 2,000 workers

Increasingly competitive smartphone and tablet market forces largest reduction in tech giant's history.

Beleaguered Quebec yard gets shipbuilding bid in under the wire

Decision still to come on whether financially troubled yard qualifies, along with BC and East Coast bids.