Spending from one of Canada's largest oil sands producers is set to resume after years of budget cuts, but only if Ottawa can offer more cost certainty.
TORONTO -- People craving a jolt of caffeine in the Philippines may soon be able to order a double-double at their local Tim Hortons.
Toronto's mayor said on Thursday he's not going to rush into a policy decision about his city's red-hot housing market, despite heightened scrutiny after British Columbia intervened to cool the country's other housing hot spot.
TransCanada Corp, Canada's second-largest pipeline company, reported on Thursday a slightly higher-than-expected quarterly profit, and said the process of seeking buyers for the sale of some of its assets was well under way.
Vancouver's surprising new property-purchase tax for foreigners has generated a storm of coverage in Chinese-language media both in Vancouver and in China itself, with articles warning of dramatic new costs, analyzing the political motives of the B.C.