Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO:US), the biggest maker of computer-networking equipment, will hire 1,700 employees in Ontario over the next six years, bolstering the Canadian province's technology sector as traditional manufacturers close plants and fire workers ...
A federal ban on inefficient light bulbs goes into effect Jan. 1, 2014, almost seven years after it was announced with fanfare by a then-rookie Conservative government.
The federal government will, for the first time, designate crude oil a highly dangerous substance and introduce tougher safety and testing measures for shipping oil by rail, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt has told The Globe and Mail.
Canada's telecom regulator said Thursday it will take a closer look at the rates cellphone providers charge their competitors to roam on each others' networks, something it says the country's big players could be using to kill competition from new entrants.
The massive Site C hydroelectric dam proposed for northeastern B.C. could reduce wildlife habitat across the border in the Athabasca Delta, the Alberta government says.