Shares of Toronto-based Home Capital Group Inc. plunged on Tuesday after the company said a day earlier that it had terminated the employment of chief executive officer Martin Reid, named an interim replacement and started its search for a new leader.
The GTA's hot housing market is a symptom of its rapidly growing economy compared to other parts of the country, but the expectation of perpetually rising prices poses a risk, says Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz.
Winnipeg Purolator customers are trying to figure out how to send and receive important packages, after the courier company suspended shipping amid the threat of a strike.
The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 88.28 points to 15,594.50 after 90 minutes of trading. That adds to a 63.55-point advance on Monday, after the market reversed early declines.
An education expert says it is "bizarre" how often Nova Scotia schools are closed because of weather - and the number of days lost this year amounts to a crisis.