Days after winning regulatory approvals for a new drug to treat Parkinson's disease, Toronto-based Cynapsus Therapeutics Inc. announced it would sell itself to a much larger international pharmaceutical company for $820 million.
The Canadian economy turned in its weakest quarter since the Great Recession during the second quarter, as Alberta's wildfires and slumping exports took a big bite out of the country's economic output.
Ontario and Quebec signed an agreement with the Mexican government Wednesday to jointly develop carbon markets with the aim of allowing companies in those provinces to purchase Mexican greenhouse-gas-reduction credits to satisfy provincially ...
Nothing excites investors like fertilizer, apparently. On Tuesday, two Canadian heavyweights in the business - Calgary-based Agrium Inc. and Saskatoon-based Potash Corp.
National Bank of Canada reported a 6-per-cent gain in its quarterly profit, but higher expenses and challenging operating conditions weighed on its share price.