Get ready for a dry spring. And we're not talking about the weather. Local wine merchants and distillers say unless they get their hands on the containers piling up at backlogged Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) terminals, local drinkers will soon have to find ...
(Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was set to open higher on Wednesday, reversing losses in the previous session, even as commodities dropped on worries about the Chinese credit market.
Developers began building a surprisingly high number of condo units in February, despite freezing temperatures and fears of overbuilding in cities like Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City.
The Canadian dollar was lower Wednesday as Chinese growth worries pressured commodity-sensitive currencies and copper and oil prices.
Ottawa falls short on transit in a new survey, not even cracking the Top 10 cities with the best transit in the country. Toronto is at the top of a new survey, beating out Vancouver and Montreal.