TransCanada President and Chief Executive Officer Russ Girling addresses the media after the Annual General Meeting in Calgary, Alberta, May 2, 2014.
Canada's main stock index ended higher on Friday, its fourth straight session of gains, as investors saw value in some beaten-down miners and banks that have also been under pressure.
The largest landlord of insolvent Target Canada is in talks with its U.S. parent to try to collect what could be hundreds of millions of dollars of lost rent and other store costs as a result of the retailer's abrupt closing.
Imperial Oil Ltd, Canada's No.2 integrated oil producer and refiner, reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit, hurt by the slump in crude prices.
Trade ministers were unable to reach an agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a major international trade deal involving Canada, but talks will continue in the future.