TORONTO, March 3 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index ended lower on Tuesday in a broad decline led by heavyweight banking stocks, as No.
Undeterred by a weakening economy and warnings to curb their borrowing, Canadians pulled out their credit cards and piled on more debt at the end of last year.
A sense of sunny optimism pervaded the Agriculture Building at Stampede Park on Tuesday, one day before the opening of the 115th annual Calgary Bull Sale.
Canadians defied the bitter weather, a lower dollar and the collapse in crude prices to turn up at the auto dealership this February.
Metro Vancouver's attempts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the region are being undermined as drivers continue to return to their vehicles in droves, according to a new study.