The Bank of Canada held its benchmark rate steady Wednesday, and kept its 'neutral' stance on future moves in an as-expected policy statement that had the market, if not economists, stifling yawns.
Boom times are over for Canada's housing sector and the impact of �a more subdued trajectory� will be felt everywhere from construction and home renovation sites to retail stores, a Scotiabank Economics report predicts.
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market registered a strong advance Wednesday amid signs that economic growth in China held up better than expected in the first quarter.
A Lululemon Athletica logo is seen outside one of the company's stores in New York, in this December 16, 2013 file photo. (REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files).
CALGARY � It's getting more expensive to export a barrel of oil from Canada by pipeline. A combination of higher costs for system expansions, larger payouts to landowners and more strident regulatory conditions is pushing up fees charged by pipeline ...