Canadians spent more money on Internet access than television subscriptions for the first time last year as the demand for data exploded and the desire for traditional television packages waned, according to a report from the federal telecom regulator.
CIBC is seeking a no contest settlement with the Ontario Securities Commission after its investment business had been accidentally overcharging some of its customers for as much as 14 years.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell in morning trade on Wednesday as energy shares followed oil prices lower, a small financial technology company plunged after its earnings missed expectations, and the country's largest railway posted a ...
Atlantic Canada's four auditors general issued a blistering review of operations at the Atlantic Lottery Corp., raising concerns about poor decision making, lavish spending and instances of self regulation that at times became self serving.
Protesters that have been occupying the Muskrat Falls site have left after Indigenous leaders suggested they do so following a marathon meeting with Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball Wednesday.