Job growth in Canada was the slowest since 2009 last year and the labour-force participation rate is lower than originally reported, suggesting there is less steam in the country's labour market than first thought.
Rehearsals are on for "Beating the Retreat" ceremony which symbolises retreat after a day on the battlefield, and marks the official end of the Republic Day celebrations.
Cenovus Energy Inc. slashed $700-million from its 2015 budget and shelved two more of its oil sands expansion projects, joining a growing list of major energy companies putting off spending in northern Alberta in reaction to sliding crude prices.
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was sharply lower Wednesday as oil closed below the US$45 mark amid data showing U.S. crude supplies at 80-year highs.
Ottawa has restricted Burger King from axing more than 20 per cent of corporate staff at Tim Hortons' longtime headquarters or regional offices, an Industry Canada spokesman confirms.