Federal and provincial governments have taken action to slow down the overheated housing markets around Toronto and Vancouver, but they may want to be careful not to overdo it.
Brett Gosselin, a lumberjack like his father before him, lives his life in solitary 12-hour shifts in the vast pine forests that stretch across the Canadian north, master of a gigantic whirling buzz saw that can fell several 100-foot trees in a single ...
BURNABY, B.C. -- A vow by British Columbia's Liberal leader to fight American tariffs on softwood lumber may force the federal government to wage an unwanted battle with the United States, an international trade expert says.
Mayor Tory says that by failing to match promised federal investments in housing and transit in Toronto, the provincial government has effectively “turned their backs” on the city.
While its financial numbers are daunting, uranium mining company Cameco says it's remaining confident about the future. In its first quarter results, Cameco said its net loss attributable to equity holders was $18 million.