TORONTO, Dec 9 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index rose on Monday after positive economic data from China helped drive gains in its heavyweight financial, energy and material sectors.
Canada's top 1 per cent of earners took home 10.6 per cent of the country's income in 2011, a share that plateaued from a year earlier but remains higher than in recent decades.
It's cash designed to drive innovation in manufacturing and to use that innovation to create jobs. Ottawa has created the Advanced Manufacturing fund, which will provide $200 million over the next five years to Ontario businesses.
TransCanada Corp. is filling its Gulf Coast pipeline to deliver crude from Cushing, Okla., to Texas, but it will be feeding a market already absorbing a growing abundance of domestic oil.
All Nippon Airways will begin offering daily, non-stop service between Vancouver and Tokyo's Haneda Airport beginning March 30.