Nearly half of Canadian retirees were forced into retirement earlier than they had planned and more than one quarter of those people are now struggling to make ends meet, a new poll has found.
Crude-oil futures fell in Asian trade Friday, with Nymex crude trading at its lowest level in more than two months, dragged lower by concerns over resilient U.S.
London: British energy giant BP on Friday, announced it had agreed to settle US federal and state claims worth up to USD 18.7 billion over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Violators of Alberta securities laws who don't pay their fines will find themselves named (and possibly shamed) on a list of unpaid orders on the Alberta Securities Commission website from now on, the regulator said Thursday.
VICTORIA - British Columbia's privacy commissioner says the province did not violate its duty to inform the public before last summer's tailings-pond breach at a gold and copper mine.