Canada's industrial product prices climbed amid recovering energy and petroleum products in June, while the raw materials index remained flat.
A spectre is haunting Shaughnessy - the spectre of Kitsilano. Several Shaughnessy residents teamed up with realtors at a public hearing Tuesday into the proposed First Shaughnessy Heritage Conservation Area, protesting Vancouver's plan to stop ...
FRANKFURT, July 29 German engineering group Siemens and Canada's Bombardier are in early talks to merge their rail businesses, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
OTTAWA Canada isn't in a recession, according to a group of economists who study business cycles. A "resilient" labour market is offsetting falling gross domestic product and energy investment, members of the Toronto- based C.D.
ATHENS, Greece -- Greece's prime minister says he does not want early elections, but rebels within his radical left Syriza party could force his hand.