WASHINGTON—The U.S. trade deficit widened sharply in October as exports weakened following a summer surge, and imports jumped, a likely drag on overall economic growth in the final months of 2016.
The typical Canadian family will spend up to $420 more on groceries and dining out next year, getting little relief from a recent drop in the cost of food, suggests a new report released Monday.
Pope Francis has declined an invitation by Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre and Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard to visit the city in 2017 for its anniversary, but has sent his blessings instead.
As the City of Vancouver prepares to crack down on the owners of empty condos and houses, the manager of one property management firm says his company is willing to negotiate a lower fee if it will help nudge vacant units on to the rental market.
Increases of about $5 a month will be buried in the "delivery" line on natural gas bills. December 5, 2016. The Canadian Press by CP Staff.