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.
TORONTO - The Toronto Stock Exchange was back-pedalling in late-morning trading, eliminating some of its modest gains from Tuesday.
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.
As the City of Prince Albert calls on Husky Energy to improve its response to the oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River, mayor Greg Dionne says he expects the cleanup will be bigger and longer than predicted.
Move over, British Columbia: Canada's oilpatch next door in Alberta is on track to have Canada's most aggressive carbon pricing system by 2020.