Federal and provincial governments have taken action to slow down the overheated housing markets around Toronto and Vancouver, but they may want to be careful not to overdo it.
They're massively profitable. They pay growing dividends. They have their fingers in lots of different pies: lending, insurance, investment banking, wealth management.
Slice through all the rhetoric and posturing in recent weeks and it becomes clear U.S. President Donald Trump wants to turn Canada into America's dairy dump.
British Columbia's special envoy on the Canada-U.S. softwood lumber dispute is distancing himself from Premier Christy Clark's threats of trade retaliation.
Mayor Tory says that by failing to match promised federal investments in housing and transit in Toronto, the provincial government has effectively “turned their backs” on the city.