Monday, May 2, 2016, 6:38 PM - With summer and warm temperatures in sight, more and more people will be visiting coffee shops in search of ice-cold, caffeinated drinks.
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market pulled back to start the trading week as oil prices headed lower after a big rally last week that saw crude rise above US$46 a barrel for the first time in five months.
Scotiabank warned Monday it is taking a $275 million after-tax restructuring charge in its second quarter. The bank said it taking the charge as "part of its strategic efforts to enhance customer experience, drive a digital transformation and improve ...
The belief that the Canadian dollar is driven by oil prices is useful but it's what Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman called a “heuristic” - a form of financial shorthand that oversimplifies the full picture to save intellectual effort.
The B.C. government announced today it will lower the subsidies available to the film industry, bringing in a projected $100 million in annual savings to the province.