TORONTO -- Stock markets will be looking to build on the strong gains racked up so far this year amid little in the way of economic data coming out during the week and a notable anniversary for indexes.
People protest the National Energy Board's approval to reverse the flow of the Enbridge oil pipeline "Line 9" at Queen's Park in Toronto, March 7, 2014.
The federal government says it will introduce an order-in-council forcing railways to move a minimum amount of grain each week. Transport Minister Lisa Raitt says that minimum will be set at 500,000 tonnes, which works out to 5,500 grain cars each for ...
Downtown Eastside advocates are painting the city's proposed billion-dollar local area plan as too weak and lacking in housing for low-income people.
Air Canada is considering new fees and fare increases to make up for a weaker Canadian dollar, Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu has told Bloomberg news service.