(Bloomberg) -- Canadian stocks dropped the most in a month after Bank of Nova Scotia led financial shares lower as profit came up short of analysts' estimates and materials producers tumbled.
Canadians defied the bitter weather, a lower dollar and the collapse in crude prices to turn up at the auto dealership this February.
Undeterred by a weakening economy and warnings to curb their borrowing, Canadians pulled out their credit cards and piled on more debt at the end of last year.
Matthew SherwoodFrom left, The Working Group on Natural Resources Development members Assembly of First Nations Alberta Regional Chief Cameron Alexis, Douglas Turnbull and Richard Nerysoo speak to the media during a press conference at the ...
Rising Ontario prices created a drag on the national figure for home-ownership affordability, according to a report from the Royal Bank of Canada, which says strong data from Vancouver could impact those numbers even more.