Canadian economy will take a “material” hit from a protectionist Trump administration, although the scale is unknown: Bank of Canada.
Canada's federal housing agency is hiking the cost of mortgage loan insurance for homebuyers starting March 17, as part of new regulatory requirements requiring it to hold more capital to offset risks in the country's red-hot real estate market.
Public outcry erupted last year over the small fee of $3.71 that the province currently charges for every million litres. Bottles of water move on the production line at the Nestle Waters Canada plant near Guelph, Ont.
National Postthe loonie's charge higher may pose an added wrinkle for the Bank of Canada, which is due to deliver its latest interest rate announcement today.
With the Trans Mountain pipeline now past the major hurdles of federal and provincial approvals, three First Nations in British Columbia say they're focusing on the courts as a key battleground in their fight against the $6.8-billion project.