MOSCOW (Reuters) - The ruble and Moscow shares rose on Thursday, buoyed by state action and indications Russia's top oil producer can meet a debt repayment, before President Vladimir Putin's end-of-year news conference.
TORONTO -- The rise in online shopping may have raised concerns for retail property owners, but the chief executive at First Capital Realty says he doesn't foresee the day brick-and-mortar shops vanish from cities.
OTTAWA - Canadian oilsands exporters narrowly survived a vote in the European Parliament on Wednesday that could have once again penalized Alberta bitumen as dirty oil.
The federal government is introducing new measures aimed at reducing railway crossing crashes, like the one last year in Barrhaven that killed six people.
They say there's no such thing as a sure thing when it comes to gambling. But don't tell that to the lucky employees of the B.C.