TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed lower Friday in generally risk-averse markets amid U.S. employment data that slightly missed expectations.
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Friday and recorded its biggest weekly decline since early May, rattled by uncertainty about U.S.
The winning bidder for Captain John's Restaurant has bought himself a boatload of problems that could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to fix before the ship can be restored or even scrapped, marine experts say.
WorkSafeBC continued to issue stop work orders and fines this spring for sawmills that failed wood-dust inspections more than two years after a pair of deadly mill explosions.
VICTORIA - It has been almost three years since Premier Christy Clark picked the Kitimat LNG project as launch point for fast-tracking a multi-billion-dollar industry based on the export of liquefied natural gas.