A strike at the Port of Vancouver could force sawmills to close and employees to be laid off as logs pile up at mills unable to get their forestry products across the Pacific Ocean.
Developers began building a surprisingly high number of condo units in February, despite freezing temperatures and fears of overbuilding in cities like Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City.
Economist Will Dunning says he's taken a close look at the Canadian housing market and just can't see the bubble. But what's most disconcerting to him about the concern about the housing market expressed by economists, media and government officials is ...
(Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was set to open higher on Wednesday, reversing losses in the previous session, even as commodities dropped on worries about the Chinese credit market.
Worries over the Chinese economic outlook continued to rattle markets Wednesday, with industrial metals like copper in the forefront of investor concerns.