Canadian stocks fell for the third time in four sessions, as declines in industrial and financial shares offset gains in raw-material and energy producers.
WASHINGTON -- An American tax authority who helped champion a reform now being considered by the U.S. Congress says Canada would not be among the countries hardest hit by the introduction of so-called border adjustments.
Two auto makers announced spending of $4.1-billion (U.S.) in their U.S. operations, more than double in one day than what Canada has won in the past five months, underscoring the difficulty this country will have in convincing auto makers to build new ...
Three First Nations have announced they're taking legal action challenging the federal government's approval of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
A new report on the closure of coal-fired electricity plants in Ontario proves what opposition PCs have been saying all along - that the Liberal government was misleading the public on the health-care savings, says Tory MPP John Yakabuski says.