Volkswagen's top U.S. executive apologized Thursday as the emissions-rigging scandal engulfing the world's largest automaker deepened and members of Congress said the company violated the public's trust.
TORONTO, Ontario (Reuters) - Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau, in a tight race to be the country's next prime minister, said on Thursday his party is open to foreign investment in Bombardier Inc as long as it protects the country's interests.
EDMONTON - Low oil prices and an economic downturn are hurting housing construction in Calgary and Edmonton. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday as investors await the minutes of the Federal Reserve's September meeting to get an insight into the central bank's decision to keep interest rates steady.
A new report from the Fraser Institute claims plunging oil prices are not the main culprit behind Alberta's budget woes. Rather, the right-leaning think-tank says it's a decade of program spending growth that's to blame.