Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO:US), the biggest maker of computer-networking equipment, will hire 1,700 employees in Ontario over the next six years, bolstering the Canadian province's technology sector as traditional manufacturers close plants and fire workers ...
The federal government will, for the first time, designate crude oil a highly dangerous substance and introduce tougher safety and testing measures for shipping oil by rail, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt has told The Globe and Mail.
Canada's telecom regulator is launching a public proceeding to determine whether the Big Three wireless companies are unjustly discriminating against new-entrant carriers through the wholesale rates they charge for domestic roaming.
OTTAWA -- A federal ban on inefficient light bulbs goes into effect Jan. 1, 2014, almost seven years after it was announced with fanfare by a then-rookie Conservative government.
Two airline crew members used a public defibrillator to save a passenger whose heart stopped at Edmonton International Airport on Wednesday.