TORONTO - Canada's main stock index added to a 19-month high on Thursday, helped by gains for heavyweight energy and financial stocks as commodity prices rose and data showed a surge in building permits.
An EU-Canada free trade deal will destroy jobs in Europe and should be rejected, a committee of the European Parliament concluded on Thursday.
Canada's housing market showed some signs of softening in November as new construction starts fell, but separate data showed prices rose in October and permits for future building jumped, suggesting the market could have strength in reserve.
Moose truce: Montreal clothing manufacturer Moose Knuckles has settled its differences with the Competition Bureau of Canada, which had alleged it used “deceptive marketing practices” by promoting winter jackets as made-in-Canada when only the ...
Cenovus Energy Inc. is boosting its 2017 budget by a quarter to revive a stalled oil sands project in a sign that optimism is returning to the battered energy industry as oil prices climb above $50 (U.