Asian stocks gained on Thursday in tandem with an oil price rally after OPEC members agreed to curb output - boosting investor risk appetite.
Laurentian Bank of Canada announced plans Wednesday to close dozens of branches and cut about 300 staff, becoming the latest Canadian bank to take action as consumers move to computers and smartphones to make their regular financial transactions.
TORONTO -- Bombardier's CEO struck an apologetic yet optimistic note Wednesday as he described the company's efforts to get two of the city's key transit system projects back on track after persistent delays.
Catherine McKenna, left, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, listens as British Columbia Premier Christy Clark speaks after the federal government announced approval of the Pacific NorthWest LNG project.
Cyclists in downtown Edmonton could be riding in designated bike lanes by next summer. City councillors on the urban planning committee on Wednesday recommended the construction of a bike lane network downtown.