LONDON, Ont. - A new food industry study shows the sector in Canada is not in decline - in spite of recent plant closings - but is on the rise.
A legacy of plant closings is part of the mess former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney left behind when he departed for the Bank of England last year, says CIBC World Markets economist Avery Shenfeld.
The resource sector inflicted further losses on the Toronto stock market as commodities continued to retreat amid worries about Chinese growth.
Canadian National Railway Co. has issued a notice to its forestry customers that it is unable to take all of their lumber shipments because of the backlog that is building at container terminals at Port Metro Vancouver due to the ongoing trucker strike there.
Malaysian officials on Wednesday defended their handling of the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Here are some discrepancies in statements they have made since the plane disappeared early Saturday with 239 people on board: - TIME OF ...