Seventy-five per cent of British Columbian leisure travellers plan to take a trip within the province during the next year because of the low Canadian dollar, according to a new survey by Insights West.
Porter Airlines has agreed to pay a $150,000 penalty for violating Canada's anti-spam legislation in how it sent out certain emails to customers.
The Grain Farmers of Ontario has gone to court to delay the implementation of restrictions on the use of pesticides some blame for the decline in populations of bees and other pollinators.
Tourmaline Oil Corp. will reclaim an Alberta property originally exploited by its predecessor, Duvernay Oil Corp., through a $106-million all-stock deal to buy Calgary junior Mapan Energy Ltd.
TORONTO - Victor Surerus says the $2,700 he paid for his first cellphone 30 years ago was worth every penny. It was July 1985 and Surerus says he needed the phone to help run his business as a travelling funeral director out of Peterborough, Ont.