TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was slightly higher Thursday, a day after markets responded enthusiastically to the Federal Reserve's decision to modestly cut back on a key stimulus program.
Bell Canada's northern subsidiary company may be forced to lower its internet rates in Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
A joint review panel will release a long-anticipated report late Thursday afternoon regarding the fate of Enbridge Inc.'s proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline - a pivotal initial decision on the project that will inform Ottawa's final call in 2014.
OTTAWA - Statistics Canada says the number of people receiving regular employment insurance benefits was little changed in October at 510,500, following a decline in September.
Transport Canada officials were asked to delay the release of the department's records related to the Lac-Megantic tragedy and "focus on other priorities," an investigation by Canada's information monitor concluded.