TORONTO - The Toronto stock market racked up a solid, triple-digit advance for a third day Thursday as investors continued to pick over stocks crushed during the course of a severe sell-off sparked by falling oil prices.
FREDERICTON - Five conditions must be met before New Brunswick will lift a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, Premier Brian Gallant said Thursday in a move that has frustrated the energy sector but pleased environmentalists.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Canada has agreed to pay $35 million to resolve a lawsuit by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission that accused it of running an illegal trading scheme to gain lucrative Canadian tax benefits.
Jos Louis, the cream-and-chocolate treat baked in Quebec and loved by generations of Canadians, is now part of a global food giant headquartered in Mexico City.
The National Energy Board and the Transportation Safety Board are investigating the spill of crude oil at a Regina facility owned by Enbridge.