The Canadian dollar briefly touched the 80-cent US mark Friday morning before retreating, capping a remarkable rebound for the currency thanks to strengthening commodity prices and weakness in the greenback.
Canada's economy slipped in February, as weaker demand for exported goods and a slowdown in oil and gas drilling handed the country's gross domestic product its first setback in five months.
On Tuesday, the proudly Canadian chain of upscale eateries announced it has stopped serving Alberta beef in its 59 Canadian restaurants.
A Burnaby resident is devastated after losing thousands of dollars to a scammer claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency. She wants to remain anonymous but wants her story to serve as a warning.
With the gates closed, fare evaders are being forced to pay to ride. Mark Yuen/Vancouver Sun / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print. Metro Vancouver - TransLink says revenue has jumped by about seven per cent since fare gates went fully into operation.