TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was solidly ahead to start the trading week amid a mild strengthening in commodity prices and a day before Tuesday's release of third-quarter gross domestic product figures.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is questioning whether the loonie is weak enough to rebalance the economy as the Bank of Canada hopes. The Wall Street giant believes there's much more at play than just the erosion of the Canadian currency against the American ...
TORONTO China's central bank welcomed the inclusion of the country's currency into the International Monetary Fund's benchmark currency basket on Monday, saying it was an endorsement of the country's economic development and its recent reforms.
NDP ministers and industry representatives offered assurances - but few details - that Alberta's push for renewable energy won't unduly hurt Alberta residents in their pocketbooks.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a news conference with at the United Nations climate change summit Monday, November 30, 2015 in Le Bourget, France.