For Toronto resident Hitesh Doshi, one of the most memorable moments during a trip to the Canadian Rockies was hiking Mount Edith Cavell with his family and getting up close to the mountain's Angel glacier.
TORONTO - A drop in energy stocks helped push the Toronto stock market slightly lower Monday as traders brace for a heavy slate of earnings reports this week, particularly from the resource sector.
Canadian stocks fell, after closing last week at a record, as a decline in oil producers overshadowed rising metal prices before U.S.
While big box retailers like Target have struggled to get a foothold in Canadian markets, demand for luxury retailers is strong and fuelling massive expansion projects at shopping malls across the country.
Talisman Energy Inc., Canada's fifth-largest independent petroleum producer, reported a net loss of $237-million, or 23 cents per share, for the quarter ended June 30, compared with net income of $97-million, or 9 cents per share, a year earlier.