TORONTO - Canada's main stock index rose to a one-week high on Tuesday, led by financial shares after one of the country's major banks reported better-than-expected earnings.
A combine harvests canola on land south of Eckville Alberta on Thursday October 15, 2015. ( Gavin Young / Calgary Herald. Share Adjust Comment Print.
More than 42 per cent of the average family's income was spent on taxes, up from 33.5 per cent in 1961, according to the Fraser Institute's latest annual report, titled Taxes versus the Necessities of Life.
An international arbitration tribunal has ordered Venezuela to pay a Vancouver-based mining company more than US$1.2 billion for expropriating its gold mines.
Bank of Montreal's efforts to cut costs in its retail banking operations helped drive an increase its fiscal third-quarter profit despite challenging economic conditions.