As Mark Chandler sees it, the Bank of Canada has “more to fear now than fear itself.” So markets will be watching closely for the tone of this morning's rate-decision statement from Governor Stephen Poloz and his central bank colleagues.
The TTC and the three unions representing transit employees have agreed to hire a third party to test air quality across the system a month after a study suggested air pollution is a significant problem on the city's subways.
A long-term plan for one of Vancouver's busiest tourist attractions includes an elevator in the centre of the Granville Bridge to improve access, and repurposing land currently used for parking.
Almost three quarters of Canadian homeowners would have difficulty paying their mortgage every month if their payments increased by as little as 10 per cent, a new survey from Manulife Bank suggests.
Canada's main stock index rose on Tuesday, bolstered by bank stocks ahead of the release of earnings reports and a surge in BlackBerry Ltd shares, as trading resumed a day after the Victoria Day holiday.