More than a third of Canadian homeowners polled in a recent survey say they were caught short at least once in the past year without enough money to cover their expenses.
OTTAWA -- The Royal Society of Canada is joining some 250 academics in calling on the Liberal government to stop development on British Columbia's Site C hydroelectric project.
Regulator will hold hearings in September on whether providers are meeting the spirit of its new requirement that they offer viable basic service for $25 a month.
QUEBEC -- Ride-hailing giant Uber is willing to temporarily suspend operations in Quebec in order to find common ground with the province and is prepared to offer various concessions, a company representative said Tuesday.
Alberta is moving to turn its ambitious climate-change plan into law with the introduction of legislation to tax purchases of all fossil fuels, including gasoline and natural gas.