TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Monday, weighed by energy and mining stocks that retreated along with oil and gold prices.
About 150 passengers boarded a Boeing 737-400 at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport on Monday, headed for Winnipeg in the inaugural flight from the new low-cost air travel company - NewLeaf.
There's been a dramatic drop in the length of Nova Scotia's wait lists for home support services. According to figures from the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness, the wait list on July 8 stood at 206 clients.
Rowan Wilson shows off part of the new dress code at Starbucks on Adelaide St. near Peter St. (Andrew Lahodynskyj/The Toronto Star).
At least two groups that include Canadian pension funds are planning to submit bids this week for a minority stake in TransCanada Corp.