Premier Philippe Couillard's government will inject an additional $135 million immediately into health care and education thanks to a $2.2 billion surplus from the last fiscal year.
Canadian stocks fell on Tuesday as declines in energy producers offset gains in raw materials amid rallies in West Fraser Timber Co.
Canadians are watching less TV and radio but consuming more media than ever before, new numbers from the CRTC show. According to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, Canadians are listening to an average of 16.2 ...
Two reports contradict critics who say more regulation key to helping stop abuse of system. Alberta lowered its payday loan cap to $15 for every $100 borrowed in August - the lowest rate in Canada.
Calgary has a new strategy for cutting in half the number of people living in poverty by 2023. It's estimated that one in 10 Calgarians lives in poverty.