The Toronto stock market closed higher Thursday, a day after markets responded enthusiastically to the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to modestly cut back on a key stimulus program.
Target warned its customers to keep a close eye on their credit card and bank statements after admitting it had a massive data breach.
The British Columbia Securities Commission has accused a Vancouver hedge-fund operator and financial blogger of fraud, alleging that he was part of the high-profile campaign in 2011 to drive down the share price of Vancouver-based Silvercorp Metals Inc.
Canadian consumer debt is expected to rise to a record high by the end of next year due to a borrowing spree for new cars, home renovations and household items, says a new study released Thursday.
Two competing surveys released Thursday give opposing views on whether Ontarians think alcohol should be sold at corner stores. A survey conducted by Pollara Research for United Food and Commercial Workers Local 12R24 - the union representing ...