The Bank of Canada held its benchmark rate steady Wednesday, and kept its 'neutral' stance on future moves in an as-expected policy statement that had the market, if not economists, stifling yawns.
OTTAWA -- The Canadian Transportation Agency says that starting in the fall, passengers on international flights through Canada will be subjected to just one set of rules governing baggage allotments and fees even if they use a number of carriers.
Boom times are over for Canada's housing sector and the impact of �a more subdued trajectory� will be felt everywhere from construction and home renovation sites to retail stores, a Scotiabank Economics report predicts.
CALGARY � It's getting more expensive to export a barrel of oil from Canada by pipeline. A combination of higher costs for system expansions, larger payouts to landowners and more strident regulatory conditions is pushing up fees charged by pipeline ...
A proposal to close Bloor Street to car traffic for four summer mornings is going back to the drawing board after a Toronto city hall committee voted unanimously to send the plan to city managers for revision.