TORONTO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index edged higher on Friday as a jump in oil and bullion prices pushed up gold-mining and energy shares, overcoming a decline in financial stocks following sluggish U.S.
Tim Hortons was back in the news this week, first denying, and then admitting that it was laying off hundreds of head office workers.
... * Canadian dollar closes at C$1.2711 or 78.67 U.S. cents * C$ hits C$1.28, or 78.13 U.S. cents, lowest since 2009 * Bond prices higher across the maturity curve By Alastair Sharp TORONTO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar touched its weakest level ...
Chevron Corp. is significantly slowing spending on the Kitimat liquefied natural gas project in Canada amid a crash in crude prices and global competition.
The provincial government has backed down from a new wholesale pricing structure for wine after merchants and industry experts noted the price of more expensive bottles would skyrocket.