Consumer spending for the final three months of 2016 seems to suggest that Ontarians are becoming financially fatigued, a signal that the economy could sputter early in 2017.
BC Hydro is spending $13.4 million to replace outdated equipment at its small substation on Park Ave. directly behind Canadian Tire.
Can a legendary 72-year-old executive who's revived three troubled railroads, and who was on the verge of retiring for a second time, add boxcars of profits at America's third largest carrier?
Credit cards are sometimes lambasted as high-cost consumer debt that can quickly get borrowers into trouble. But if you pay off the balance each month, credit cards can also have significant perks.
Shutting Ontario's coal plants has helped clean the province's air and given a new lease on life to millions who suffer with asthma, according to the Asthma Society of Canada.