MONTREAL - Canada's mining sector is bracing for another challenging year in 2015 as slower growth in China is expected to continue to dampen selling prices for many metals.
VANCOUVER -- The holiday tradition of shopping on Boxing Day continued this year, as British Columbians lined up at stores throughout the Lower Mainland to get the best deals.
Do you live in Ottawa and want to get rid of your natural Christmas tree? A pack of goats will gladly take it off your hands. Rather than putting the trees out on the curb, Ottawa-area residents can take them to the Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge, where a ...
The German government expects low oil prices to boost its economic growth by 0.2%-0.3% next year, Der Spiegel magazine reported, citing an internal economy ministry memo.
VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - More vacancies will be available for people looking to rent in Vancouver come the New Year. The city set a record for new laneway housing, with 357 permits issued in 2014.