LONDON (Reuters) - Eurozone stocks, low-rated bonds and the euro weakened on Tuesday as Greece looked set to default on a repayment due to the International Monetary Fund and to plunge deeper into financial crisis.
Seventy-five per cent of British Columbian leisure travellers plan to take a trip within the province during the next year because of the low Canadian dollar, according to a new survey by Insights West.
Porter Airlines has agreed to pay a $150,000 penalty for violating Canada's anti-spam legislation in how it sent out certain emails to customers.
Tourmaline Oil Corp. will reclaim an Alberta property originally exploited by its predecessor, Duvernay Oil Corp., through a $106-million all-stock deal to buy Calgary junior Mapan Energy Ltd.
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said his "controversial" decision to cut interest rates in January could be compared to life-saving surgery for the economy and any resulting increase in household debt should be viewed as a necessary side-effect.