The Canadian dollar isn't looking great compared to its U.S. counterpart of late, but foreign governments are buying up more loonies to keep in their currency reserves - a vote of confidence in the loonie over the long run.
Upgrading tracks and terminals while tearing up underused railroads will help Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. boost train speed and improve service, the company said on Thursday.
TORONTO -- The Toronto stock market extended its losses Thursday with energy stocks in focus as oil prices fell below US$90 a barrel for the first time since April 2013 amid lower demand and rising supplies.
The eyes of the world are on a huge industrial project in southeast Saskatchewan today - the official opening of the Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage facility.
Construction work on a new transmission line for western Labrador has been suspended amid signs of another sign of a slowdown in the mining industry.