The February payrolls numbers came in a little stronger than expected, with headline jobs growth of 175,000 compared with expectations of 149,000, and the unemployment rate edging up a little from 6.6 per cent to 6.7 per cent.
MONTREAL - WestJet Airlines Ltd. cut its revenue expectations Friday due to softer domestic demand and a larger than expected impact from the Easter and Passover holidays shifting into the second quarter this year.
There appears to be more questions than answers among a number of Burlington residents following the National Energy Board's (NEB) approval of Enbridge's Line 9 project.
Canada's merchandise trade deficit narrowed in January to $177 million from $922 million the previous month, Statistics Canada reported Friday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index opened higher on Friday, led by stronger energy and financial stocks, as a better-than-expected reading of U.S.