Patience is needed as Canadian companies continue to rebuild after the devastating effects of the Great Recession, the newly appointed governor of the Bank of Canada says.
Imperial Oil Ltd. will close its 95-year-old Dartmouth, N.S., oil refinery and eliminate most of the 400 high-paying jobs it provides in the Halifax area - victims of too much refining capacity in the Atlantic basin and the high cost of imported crude.
In a news conference, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke talks about current monetary policy and situations that would lead to a change in those policies.
EDMONTON - An ethics expert shocked an all-party legislature committee on Wednesday when he used a tobacco litigation matter involving Premier Alison Redford as an example of a �clear-cut� case of conflict of interest.
CALGARY - Alberta's economy is positioned to grow at the top-end of Canada's provincial economic growth rankings in 2013 and lead the country in 2014, says a new report released Wednesday by RBC Economics.