Hunter Harrison is leaving Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. more than five months ahead of schedule, and the bombastic 72-year-old executive appears to be vying for a job at a major U.S.
A revenue-sharing agreement that helped convince British Columbia to support the $6.8 billion Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion threatens to tear the fabric of country, says a resource policy expert.
Vancouver has launched public consultations on the future of the Arbutus corridor, which the city hopes will expand tourism beyond the city's seawall and eventually transform areas along the route with new housing and commercial development.
The latest numbers from Statistics Canada showed nearly 97,000 Albertans received Employment Insurance last November. Across Canada, the numbers remained relatively unchanged at 574,500 people, but Alberta's figures showed a 3.5 per cent bump ...
British Columbia's decision to only allow local wines on grocery store shelves has rankled the United States, which is launching an international trade complaint over the policy.