Blackberry's new CEO has written a letter to employees in response to news that the Waterloo-based company had a $4.4 billion loss in its third quarter.
A farm north of Toronto has become one of the first to be approved by Health Canada to commercially produce and distribute medical marijuana.
Rule No. 1: A property bubble isn't a bubble till it pops. Whether it's Shanghai, London, or Toronto, until the final blow-up, it's just a rising market driven by rising demand.
OTTAWA--Canada has tapped a veteran investment banker and special adviser to Canada's central bank as the new chief executive of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
BlackBerry's corporate campus resides next to the University of Waterloo and the latter has agreed to buy five buildings from BlackBerry along with the land they occupy and associated parking access for $41 million.