The main federal parties campaigning for the Oct. 19 vote had sharply contrasting takes on the job numbers released by Statistics Canada today, and what the government should do to get more people back to work.
Stocks in Toronto and New York extended their losses on Friday, after jobs reports issued by both Canada and the U.S. failed to provide a definitive picture of the economy.
U.S. stocks extended their steep losses Friday after a mixed U.S. jobs report left investors uncertain about the outlook for the Federal Reserve's interest rate policy.
Toronto's housing market is showing few signs of slowing down. Sales in the Greater Toronto Area jumped 5.7 per cent in August from a year ago, according to new data from the Toronto Real Estate Board, while the average price for all home types surged ...
Edmonton police are searching a sewage treatment plant for a man wanted in a domestic assault case. Police spokesperson Scott Pattison said staff at a fast food restaurant in Sherwood Park called for help after they heard an attack in a bathroom there.