TORONTO -- Ontario's Liberals are handing $220 million to high-tech giant Cisco Canada over the next decade in an effort to create jobs in the province, amid a rash of pending plant closures by companies that received government subsidies.
A woman enters a Public Mobile store in Montreal, Thursday, June 6, 2013. Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes. comment. The Canadian Press.
OTTAWA - A federal ban on inefficient light bulbs goes into effect Jan. 1, 2014, almost seven years after it was announced with fanfare by a then-rookie Conservative government.
OTTAWA�Canada is considering measures to treat crude oil as a high-risk, dangerous product that would require rail shippers to have government-approved emergency-response plans in place, a government official said Friday.
Rogers Communications' $5.2-billion NHL broadcasting deal could draw regulatory action from the CRTC, rating agency Moody's says.