Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president Charles Plosser, below, who has opposed additional stimulus, said betterthan-expected job growth bolsters the case for the central bank to wind down its asset purchases.
By Wayne Cole. SYDNEY (Reuters) - Most Asian share markets marched higher on Monday, energized by a potent cocktail of upbeat Chinese trade data, a weaker yen and a firm finish on Wall Street.
Statistics Canada says the B.C. economy slumped a little in November as the province shed jobs in education and the technology sector.
LAC-M�GANTIC - When Patrick Robitaille heard that officials were planning a ceremony to honour the men and women who were the first on the scene after the Lac-M�gantic train derailment last summer, he wasn't sure he wanted to attend.
BC Hydro's planned $7.9-billion Site C dam has caused a split among Treaty 8 First Nations over whether to fight the megaproject tooth and nail or participate in negotiations leading to compensation settlements.