Mobilicity president Stewart Lyons says he's confident a proposal by telecommunications giant Telus Corp. to buy the struggling wireless upstart will clear regulatory hurdles �given the shape we're in.
TORONTO - The Toronto Stock Exchange surged ahead Friday, encouraged by gains from the U.S. markets, after data showed the world's largest economy may be in recovery.
Police in New Westminster, B.C., are warning the public about counterfeit polymer $100-bills that have turned up twice in recent weeks.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a stark case for the Keystone XL pipeline to an influential New York audience, saying no further debate is necessary and an increasing supply of oil from Canada is inevitable.
Ontarians are rejoicing after the union representing nearly 7,000 employees of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario reached a tentative agreement late Thursday, averting a walkout that would have shut down LCBO stores across the province going into the ...