Canada's economy weathered the ill effects of the oil slump and a bitter winter better than many experts had feared in January, but economists are braced for more bad news to come as the country navigates through its current economic storm.
Abby Bolisay, a temporary foreign worker from the Philippines, works at Canadian Tire in Fort St. John on Monday. Photo By William Stodalka.
MONTREAL - Former Bombardier CEO Pierre Beaudoin took a large pay cut last year as the transportation giant struggled to develop new aircraft and swung to a loss.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index dropped on Tuesday on a decline in miner Teck Resources Ltd (TCKb.TO: Quote) and other resource stocks, but the fall was cushioned by modest gains in industrials and heavily weighted financials.
TORONTO -- Canada's provincial and territorial securities regulators are proposing amendments to rules for corporate takeovers.