(Reuters) - Stock futures pointed to a higher opening for Canada's main stock index on Thursday, tracking gains in global markets, as voting began in Scotland's referendum on independence.
Farmers support an apparent move by Ottawa to impose a fine on CN Rail for failing to meet grain movement targets. A Toronto paper says the ministry of Transport will impose fines on CN for poor performance in moving grain, but the amount has not yet ...
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board appears to like Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. enough to hold on to the stock it already owns through this week's blockbuster initial public offering, but not so much that it is lining up to buy a lot more.
Telus Corp. is joining Rogers Communications Inc. in sharing figures that shed light on the frequency of state demands from government authorities for customer information and is calling for an industry-wide approach to reporting such data.
There will be no extravagant renovations going ahead at SaskPower's Regina headquarters, the minister responsible for the Crown utility says.