TORONTO -- The Canadian dollar and Toronto Stock Exchange continued to retreat today as the price of oil traded below US$27 a barrel for the first time since September 2003.
On a recent visit to Montreal, the head of Energy East was all smiles as he spoke about how his company is listening to Quebecers' concerns about the deeply divisive pipeline project.
Canada is selling off most of its remaining gold reserves, mainly by selling gold coins, figures from the Bank of Canada and Finance Department show.
TransCanada Corp., the company suing the U.S. government for denying its Keystone XL pipeline, reported its first-ever loss in the fourth quarter of 2015 as it wrote off investments in the project and contended with lower power prices in Alberta.
Teck Resources Ltd. eked out an adjusted project of $16 million in the fourth quarter of 2015 despite plunging prices for its products.