TORONTO - Canadian home prices rose 0.3 per cent in February, pushing the Teranet-National Bank national composite price index to a record high for a second month in a row.
More than 140 Canadian food plants have closed since 2006, wiping out 23,800 jobs, as one of the country's key manufacturing sectors retools to become more competitive, new research says.
A strike at the Port of Vancouver could force sawmills to close and employees to be laid off as logs pile up at mills unable to get their forestry products across the Pacific Ocean.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Wednesday as worries about a slowdown in China weighed on the prices of oil and copper, hitting investor sentiment and sending shares in almost every major sector lower.
The Fraser Institute is hot and bothered over the CRTC's suggestion that three Canadian pornography channels may not be airing enough homegrown content.