It's been a month since Air Canada launched its carry-on crackdown where customer service agents stop and confront travellers at check-in to ensure their cabin bags meet size limits.
Mergers are up in Canada, and rather than the big mega-deals, it's a pile of smaller transactions that is driving activity. The total value of mergers and acquisitions in the first three quarters of 2014 is running well ahead of last year, according to Mergermarket.
The Toronto stock market closed lower Thursday as a selloff in gold stocks accelerated alongside a drop in bullion prices. The SP/TSX composite index declined 68.88 points to 14,458.69 as traders also balanced a strong reading on U.S.
Housing starts in the Saskatoon Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) are on pace to hit 3,300 units in 2014, up 11 per cent from 2,980 in 2013.
The provincial government is not veering from its plans for solar and wind energy despite a warning in a new Fraser Institute report that it's driving up electricity prices.