TORONTO - The Canadian dollar moved higher Tuesday after the latest data on the domestic economy showed growth came in better than expected.
Canadians defied the bitter weather, a lower dollar and the collapse in crude prices to turn up at the auto dealership this February.
Canada's Big Banks have emerged unscathed from the collapse in oil prices and won plaudits for raising their dividends during the quarterly reporting season, but they have not inspired much optimism for the rest of the year.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette�[Buchanan] was the quiet genius in our group,� Avery Shenfeld, CIBC chief economist, said by telephone Tuesday from Toronto.
EDMONTON -- First Nations should get some of the money generated by resources on their lands, suggests a report commissioned by the federal government and the Assembly of First Nations.