Canada's largest publicly traded IT services business is moving to expand its presence in Europe through the acquisition of Affecto PLC in a friendly deal that would add about 1,000 staff in northern Europe.
The provincial government says it's working with three remote northwestern Ontario First Nations to develop year-round road access that will link the communities to Ontario's highway system.
Two more Vancouver Chevron stations have been sold and three more sites are currently for sale, allowing the company to profit off their redevelopment potential.
OTTAWA -- U.S. imports of softwood from Germany have grown tenfold in the first half of the year as punishing duties pushed imports of Canadian softwood down.
Canada's main stock index ended flat on Monday, as sharp gains for several base metal miners and a major bank offset losses for heavyweight energy stocks as crude oil prices turned sharply lower.