Kinder Morgan says it will proceed with the $7.4 billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion as long as it secures satisfactory financing for the project through its initial public offering.
Canada's main stock index was little changed in early trade on Friday, tracking for a 0.3-per-cent slip in a holiday-shortened week, as gold miners rose with precious metal at its highest since May 1 and as banks and energy stocks slipped.
BlackBerry Ltd. says it will receive US$940 million from Qualcomm by May 31 to settle a dispute over royalty payments. An arbitrator sided with BlackBerry in April, and announced an interim award of US$814.9 million plus additional amounts for interest ...
HONG KONG -- World stock markets weakened Friday as investors awaited the upcoming G-7 summit and oil prices rebounded somewhat as markets shook off initial disappointment over a production cut deal.
Lowered hydro bills for the next 10 years, but ratepayers will then pay higher costs for the next 20 years. May 25, 2017. The Canadian Press by Allison Jones.