Oil prices slipped on Thursday as investors questioned whether an OPEC agreement to curb oil production - the group's first such deal since 2008 - would be enough to rebalance a heavily over-supplied world market.
Laurentian Bank of Canada announced plans Wednesday to close dozens of branches and cut about 300 staff, becoming the latest Canadian bank to take action as consumers move to computers and smartphones to make their regular financial transactions.
A few hundred people have gathered outside of Hamilton City Hall to protest soaring hydro rates. The passionate crowd has urged the Liberal government to get rates under control.
On Wednesday, the City of Edmonton's urban planning committee voted unanimously in favour of a project that would see a seven-kilometre cycling grid built downtown.
British Columbia will create a centre to research drug addiction and provide education and guidance to health-care providers but more must be done to battle an illicit-drug overdose crisis, the premier says.