TORONTO - Torstar Corp. reported a $24.3 million loss in the second quarter of 2016, down considerably from $53.5 million in the previous quarter, although still significantly more than the $1.1 million it lost in the second quarter of last year.
The British Columbia government broke new ground this week, announcing a hefty tax on foreign homebuyers in the Metro Vancouver area, something Ontario quickly said it will watch closely as a possible way to cool off Toronto's hot housing market.
It's always a big deal when a small town loses its largest employer. But Churchill, Man., is not just any town - and its port is not just any business.
Canadian stocks rose for the fifth time in six days, as a rally in Apple Inc. lifted technology shares and gold miners extended gains on speculation the Federal Reserve won't rush to tighten monetary policy.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - The city manager for Prince Albert, Sask., says a temporary pipeline to bolster the city's water supply during an oil spill cleanup on the nearby North Saskatchewan River won't be ready until Friday.