TORONTO - Torstar Corp. reported a $24.3 million loss in the second quarter of 2016, down considerably from $53.5 million in the previous quarter, although still significantly more than the $1.1 million it lost in the second quarter of last year.
The British Columbia government broke new ground this week, announcing a hefty tax on foreign homebuyers in the Metro Vancouver area, something Ontario quickly said it will watch closely as a possible way to cool off Toronto's hot housing market.
Canada's main stock index rose on Tuesday, helped by gains for gold miners, other materials stocks, and banks, as bullion prices rose ahead of a U.S.
It's always a big deal when a small town loses its largest employer. But Churchill, Man., is not just any town - and its port is not just any business.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - The city manager for Prince Albert, Sask., says a temporary pipeline to bolster the city's water supply during an oil spill cleanup on the nearby North Saskatchewan River won't be ready until Friday.