OTTAWA�Statistics Canada says the number of people receiving regular employment insurance benefits continued to trend down for a fifth consecutive month in March.
Alberta could green its image and add plenty of new turbines over the next few years with the right government incentives, the Canadian Wind Energy Association said in a report released Wednesday.
Rail cars arrive in Milton, N.D., in February 2008, loaded with pipe for the first Keystone Pipeline project, which now carries crude oil across Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and through North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Illinois.
MONTREAL - As thirsty Montrealers lurched into day two without potable tap water, there were reported shortages of bottled water in certain sectors.
CALGARY - Calgary's housing market renaissance has not been a steady process, as the overall improving trend in resale activity was inconsistent last year, says a report released today by RBC Economics Research.