Stock markets in Canada and the United States touched record closing highs on Tuesday, driven by news of big deals. The S&P/TSX composite index rose by 83.74 points to end at 15,922.37.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland assured Mexico on Tuesday that Canada will not strike a bilateral deal with Washington in negotiations to revamp the 1994 North American free-trade agreement.
After months of hinting that British Columbia's Medical Services Plan could be revamped, provincial Finance Minister Mike de Jong has revealed the biggest change to health premiums to date.
Embattled TTC union boss Bob Kinnear has been reinstated as head of the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), Local 113, but hours after the decision, the union's executive board approved a "no confidence" motion in Kinnear's leadership.
When dining at McDonald's, is it healthier to have breakfast for dinner? The answer: mostly, but not always. As McDonald's expands its all-day breakfast menu to 1,100 locations across Canada, CTVNews.