The publishing arm of Rogers Communications Inc. is beating a retreat from print with a radical overhaul that will mean far more of its magazine stories appear only online.
The federal government ran a $1.8-billion deficit in July, according to Finance Canada's monthly tracking of Ottawa's bottom line.
Canada's main stock index was flat morning trade on Friday as materials stocks slipped, offset by small gains for banking and industrial stocks after data showed surprisingly strong economic growth in July.
The Alberta government plans to introduce a tax credit for investments in small businesses in the fall sitting of the legislature.
As a progressive voter, it was disappointing to watch the sunset press conference -- hastily organized on the banks of the Fraser River earlier this week -- announcing the federal approval of Petronas' Pacific Northwest LNG project.