MONTREAL -- Bombardier's new CEO says the company has enough financial flexibility to complete its development projects including the CSeries commercial jet without selling assets at "fire sale" prices.
BlackBerry Ltd's fiscal fourth quarter profit beat analysts' estimates on Friday, demonstrating that its turnaround may be starting to pay off.
Mark Brown, national director of Canadian Union of Postal Workers, joined about 80 union members who canvassed a large section of Brampton's west end Saturday.
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market extended its losing streak to a third consecutive session Friday as all three of its most heavily weighted sectors fell amid declining commodity prices.
As new details emerge about the mental state of the co-pilot who investigators say purposely crashed a Germanwings plane on Tuesday, it's come to light that Canadian aviation regulations do not require pilots to be tested psychologically.