Canadians on average are socking away more money than they used to for dealing with a potential financial emergencies, but a new survey has found that almost a quarter are still living paycheque to paycheque.
Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian PressAccording to Thomson Reuters, economists anticipate Statistics Canada will report that the economy shrunk at an annualized rate of 1.0 per cent in the April-June period.
Sales of the most expensive luxury homes more than doubled in Toronto in the first seven months of the year, fueled by foreign demand for housing Canada's largest city, according to Re/Max Holdings Inc. Sales of houses and condos worth at least C$3 ...
Canada's current account deficit narrowed slightly in the second quarter of 2015 to $17.40-billion on more favourable trade in goods and services, Statistics Canada said on Monday.
Alberta's economy is sliding into recession and its deficit for this year could top $6.5-billion, the province's NDP government says in an economic update.