The federal government is taking new steps to clear the grain backlog in Western Canada, requiring railways to move a minimum amount of the crop each week and warning it will fine those that fall short.
The B.C. economy shed thousands of jobs in February, although the unemployment rate held steady, according to Statistics Canada. The agency says 10,400 fewer people were employed in the province last month, with the losses evenly split between ...
Air Canada is considering new fees and fare increases to make up for a weaker Canadian dollar, Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu has told Bloomberg news service.
People protest the National Energy Board's approval to reverse the flow of the Enbridge oil pipeline "Line 9" at Queen's Park in Toronto, March 7, 2014.
One of the most hated stocks bull markets in history has passed its fifth year milestone with the DJIA last closing at 16,453, less than 1% away from its all time closing high of 16,577.