OTTAWA - Environment Minister Catherine McKenna expressed confidence Wednesday in the federal government's support for B.C.'s liquefied natural gas industry on the eve of a major legal assault on Ottawa's position.
Canada's main stock index were flat on Wednesday as energy shares fluctuated with oil prices, a small financial technology company plunged after its earnings missed expectations, and the country's largest railway posted a fall in revenue.
Canadian workers in non-union jobs can expect 'muted" wage hikes next year, with the lowest increases going to workers in Alberta and in the oil and gas industry, the Conference Board of Canada said Wednesday in a new report.
Canadians have gone wild on their Internet data usage over the past year, and for Canada's telecoms, the Internet is now a bigger business - by revenue - than television, according to a report from Canada's telecom regulator.
A city report on low-income transit fares has been delayed at least three times. Transit and anti-poverty advocates gathered at city hall on Wednesday to protest delays to a report on transit fares for low-income riders.