OTTAWA -- The Canadian economy churned out an additional 21,600 jobs last month, the most since August, although almost all the new workers were part-time and the unemployment rate continued to sit at 6.9 per cent for the third straight month.
Money is on the way for farmers hit by a devastating strawberry virus that wiped out a significant portion of Nova Scotia's crop this year.
It's 9 a.m. on a recent Thursday and Union Station has just disgorged the last of the morning rush hour. Business executives, students, office workers all squeeze and jostle for space as they navigate the narrow passage between Union Station and Toronto's ...
Air Canada appears close to deciding whether to buy up to 60 new narrow-body jets from Airbus SAS or Boeing Co., a decision that could settle which of the giant plane makers wins their annual order race, industry sources said.
Six people admitted for possible radiation exposure to a hospital in central Mexico have been released from the hospital, according to the spokeswoman for the Secretary of Health of the state of Hidalgo.