TORONTO--Canadian stocks ended mixed Thursday, weighed down by disappointing earnings from Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin and weakness in the technology sector.
The green light given to Enbridge's plan to reverse the flow of Alberta oil through rural Hamilton is no surprise to local activists who opposed the pipeline project.
The Tory government is betting that a combination of building up savings and borrowing to pay for construction will ultimately pay off with the Alberta public.
Canadian banks have come a long way when it comes to promoting women: No more boys-only clubs in the boardroom, fewer fears about missing a promotion because of maternity leave.
The company behind a proposed pipeline expansion that would carry oil sands bitumen to British Columbia's Lower Mainland asked the Alberta government to help finance the project - a request that was rebuffed this week.