Canada, the United States and Mexico have signed a trilateral agreement that could mark the start of discussions on the first North American accord on climate change and clean energy.
Canadian stocks rose for the first time in six days on Friday, as energy and financial companies rallied amid surging oil prices and easing concerns about the global economy.
As layoffs continued in the oilpatch this week, and an estimated 10,000 fewer people funnelling into the downtown every day, there is no getting away from the impact of the persistently sliding oil price, and being a landlocked and higher cost producer.
A majority of Canadians believe the ride-sharing service Uber should be subject to the same regulations as taxis, a new poll suggests.
The Canadian dollar rose against its U.S. counterpart on Friday as a surge in oil prices supported the risk-sensitive commodity currency, even as solid U.S.