In a 4-3 ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada gave the go-ahead on Friday to a class-action lawsuit against Facebook over advertisements featuring its users, allegedly without their consent.
BlackBerry Ltd.'s string of recent success may have hit a snag. The Canadian company, which exited the hardware business last year, missed analysts' estimates for total revenue, the majority of which is now made up of software sales.
In its battle for survival, Sears Canada is trying to shed its old-school image and replace it with a fresh look and hipper brands.
There has been another billion-dollar bump in the projected cost of the Muskrat Falls hydro megaproject. The new estimate is $12.7 billion, including financing and other expenses, according to a briefing Friday by the CEO of Nalcor Energy, Stan Marshall.
A Toronto transit driver has been suspended with pay for failing a random drug test - the first driver to fail since the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) introduced the random testing policy on May 8. TTC spokesman Brad Ross tells Global News they ...