Hunter Harrison has struck a surprise deal to step down as CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. five months ahead of schedule, apparently so he can take a job with a competing railroad.
To twist an old phrase, you can't keep a good dollar down. The Canadian variety, however, is another matter entirely. The good dollar, for the sake of the phrase, is the greenback, which U.S.
Eat your peas, Manitoba. The French company Roquette announced today it is planning to build the world's largest pea-processing plant in the province and will hire about 150 full-time employees.
The latest numbers from Statistics Canada showed nearly 97,000 Albertans received Employment Insurance last November. Across Canada, the numbers remained relatively unchanged at 574,500 people, but Alberta's figures showed a 3.5 per cent bump ...
British Columbia's decision to only allow local wines on grocery store shelves has rankled the United States, which is launching an international trade complaint over the policy.