In 2005, a softwood-lumber dispute took Canada and the U.S. to the brink of a trade war. Now, another trade fight looms, this time over meat labeling.
Canadian stocks fell for the first time in five days amid a global equity selloff as China's manufacturing industry unexpectedly contracted.
TORONTO - Canada's privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart says she's tried naming and shaming some of the world's largest companies into respecting the privacy of Canadians.
Marathon Oil Corp. has called off talks to sell a portion of its stake in a major Alberta oil sands mining operation, adding to a growing list of sales efforts in the sector that have come up dry.
Stocks in the U.S. shook off a steep global selloff that began with a 7.3% plunge in Japan's stock market. Markets around the world were jostled Thursday by a confluence of events that interrupted a monthslong rally in risky assets.