Canadian stocks extended a rally to a fifth day and logged the best week since March as energy shares and banks advanced on signs inflation is picking up.
Ottawa has unveiled plans to introduce a deductible into Canada's taxpayer-back mortgage insurance system, a move that could force the country's financial institutions to shoulder more of the risks of the hot housing market.
The Canadian government is backing Bombardier Inc. in its effort to restructure its business and rebuild profitability, taking a long-term view of the plane maker's growth prospects as it weighs an investment request from the company worth $1-billion ...
Canada's trade minister left Belgium with harsh words (at least in diplomatic terms), saying it's evident that the EU is not capable of having a trade agreement with Canada.
It will take a minimum of seven years, starting in 2017 at the earliest, to flood-protect the Port Lands and reroute the Don River.