Canadian economy will take a “material” hit from a protectionist Trump administration, although the scale is unknown: Bank of Canada.
The sale of B.C. wines in some of the province's grocery stores is being challenged by the United States government as a breach of Canada's commitments to the World Trade Organization.
Canadian oil and gas producers happy to see the end of the Obama era are quickly coming to the realization that the imminent Trump presidency could be even more challenging if he moves forward with the adoption of a border adjustment tax.
With the Trans Mountain pipeline now past the major hurdles of federal and provincial approvals, three First Nations in British Columbia say they're focusing on the courts as a key battleground in their fight against the $6.8-billion project.
The TTC says that lower than expected ridership numbers in 2016 could end up costing it $46 million in lost revenue. In a report that will be presented to the TTC board at city hall this afternoon, CEO Andy Byford says that ridership through the end of ...