OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian economy unexpectedly shrank in April, hurt by weakness in the mining and oil and gas industries, a setback that bodes poorly for a second-quarter pick-up in growth that the Bank of Canada is looking for.
Greece is on the edge of a deadline to pay 1.6 billion euros (about $1.8 billion) back to the International Monetary Fund, and a crowdfunding campaign called “Greek Bailout Fund” wants to help.
CALGARY - TransCanada says recent Canadian climate change announcements should bolster the case in Washington for building its long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline.
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan has an agreement to buy Cenovus Energy Inc.'s royalty-producing lands in Western Canada for $3.3 billion.
U.S. stocks climbed Tuesday, rebounding from midday losses, as a last-minute diplomatic scramble got under way to keep Greece from defaulting on its debt payments.