QUEBEC - Quebec is projecting a higher than expected surplus of $2.2 billion in the current fiscal year and is also abolishing a health tax two years ahead of schedule.
Canadian stocks fell on Tuesday as declines in energy producers offset gains in raw materials amid rallies in West Fraser Timber Co.
The agency calculated that 1.9 per cent of Canadians had used payday loans in 2009, and that number more than doubled to 4.3 per cent in 2014.
Supporters of a Toronto bid for Expo 2025 are calling on Mayor Tory's executive committee to ignore the advice of staff and to continue looking into the possibility of hosting the major international event.
OTTAWA - The federal government is expected to launch a multibillion-dollar competition to design the navy's newest warships this week.