Canadian economy will take a “material” hit from a protectionist Trump administration, although the scale is unknown: Bank of Canada.
The sale of B.C. wines in some of the province's grocery stores is being challenged by the United States government as a breach of Canada's commitments to the World Trade Organization.
New data shows nearly 100,000 people in Alberta were receiving employment benefits as recently as November, giving a clearer picture of the damage done by the recent recession.
TORONTO - Ontario is proposing to charge water-bottling companies a little over $500 per million litres taken from the ground, following public outcry over the current fee of just a few dollars.
National survey finds Canadians want more public spending on infrastructure and transit, but they are skeptical of government waste.