Air Canada, passing another milestone on its road to financial health, says the funding of its pension plan has improved enough that it can opt out of a pension agreement with the federal government - a move that allows it pay dividends and buy back shares.
(Updates prices to close; adds portfolio manager comment). * TSX ends down 136.59 points, or 0.90 percent, at 15,050.81. * Nine of TSX's 10 main groups decline.
Jobs Minister Shirley Bond and Tom Sigurdson of the B.C. Building Trades announce deal on public construction at the B.C. legislature Tuesday.
TORONTO -- Ontario farmers are stepping in to feed Canadians' appetite for hazelnuts as the industry deals with a worldwide shortage, sky-high prices and the spread of nut-killing blight in British Columbia.
Time Warner Cable is once again at the center of a cable megamerger, in the form of a $55 billion deal with Charter. The last time a cable giant tried to buy Time Warner Cable, the deal collapsed, largely over concerns about how bad it would be for customers ...