The Canadian dollar was little changed against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday, holding onto recent gains ahead of an interest rate decision by the Bank of Canada and a possible extension of oil production cuts by major producers.
Construction in Quebec has come to a near standstill after unionized workers walked off the job Wednesday morning, dealing a blow to a key driver of the provincial economy.
TORONTO - The Bank of Montreal says its second-quarter net income grew by 28 per cent to $1.25 billion on higher profits from its wealth management and capital markets divisions.
Ontarians will face higher-than-usual electrical bills for nearly two decades as part of the government's plan to reduce power rates in the short-term, according to Ontario's Financial Accountability Office.
BlackBerry Ltd.'s comeback streak continued this week on the stock market, indicating investors have finally dialled into the former smartphone titan's shift to software with a focus on security and the automotive industry.