Five things you should know before you start your work day on Feb. 13

Good morning readers! Today we have a variety pack of stories. We shouldn’t be looking all over the world for trade, we shouldn’t expect oil to be profitable in another decade, nor should we expect our cannabis supply to equal its demand for another five years. But we should watch for results of SNC-Lavalin’s latest legal challenge, and for Saskatchewan’s case against Trudeau’s carbon tax.


SNC-Lavalin is facing a criminal probe for fraud over a $127 million contract to refurbish the Jacques Cartier bridge in Montreal in the early 2000s. The company has not yet been charged, but if it is, it will then face increased scrutiny in a judicial review of charges in relation to a Libyan contract. One federal official has already been found guilty of accepting $2.3 million in bribes related to the bridge project.


Can oil be facing its twilight

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