Proposed changes to U.S. meat labelling laws are unsatisfactory and continue to discriminate against Canadian beef and hog producers, Ottawa says, raising the spectre of retaliatory action from the federal government.
SNC-Lavalin's ties to Libya's former dictatorship ran so deep the company offered the son of Moammar Gadhafi a six-figure job as a vice president in 2008, according to a newly unsealed RCMP affidavit.
Mobilicity's bond holders are hedging their bets by giving their blessing to a $380-million acquisition deal by Telus Corp., while postponing a separate vote on a back-up plan should the federal government end up killing the controversial deal.
TransCanada Corp. (TRP) won another of the remaining Texas state-court challenges by landowners trying to block construction of the Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline across their property.
A new Statistics Canada report shows the number of people collecting employment insurance benefits in the province dropped by 9.8 per cent in this March compared to the same time last year.