It might be too early to say where the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement will lead, but the foreign ministers of Canada and Mexico already agree on one thing: Mexico will not be thrown under the bus.
It took Russell Phipps just one day to sell his three-bedroom, 1,800-sq.-ft. house in Ajax, Ont., after a fierce bidding war. With an early closing and no place yet to live, the Toronto native moved into a friend's 550-sq.
It's the day Egg McMuffin lovers with a penchant for sleeping in have been dreaming of for years: McDonald's has officially launched its all-day breakfast at Canadian restaurants.
TORONTO - Ontario's deficit for this fiscal year is down to $1.9 billion, due in part to higher tax revenues, a hot housing market and the use of the province's reserve.
As MPPs return to the Legislature on Tuesday, Ontario's electricity rates are top of mind for all three major party leaders. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne acknowledges Ontarians still "need to see a greater decrease in their electricity bills" after ...