Canada's federal housing agency has raised new alarms about Canada's housing market, warning that euphoria over real estate is spreading beyond detached homes in Toronto and Vancouver to townhouses and condos, and to other cities.
Philip Gauthier sticks his head down a water well he has not used in about a dozen years. The hole is dark, but he can see water about six metres down.
Jason Kenney says Alberta's carbon tax regime is nothing to celebrate as a report comparing Canadian jurisdictions calls Alberta's plan the most aggressive system in the next four years.
Canada's largest property and casualty insurer showed its ability to handle large catastrophes by posting a profit in the aftermath of the costliest natural disaster in the country's history.
TORONTO - Torstar Corp. reported a $24.3 million loss in the second quarter of 2016, down considerably from $53.5 million in the previous quarter, although still significantly more than the $1.1 million it lost in the second quarter of last year.