The Bank of Canada held its benchmark rate steady Wednesday, and kept its 'neutral' stance on future moves in an as-expected policy statement that had the market, if not economists, stifling yawns.
OTTAWA -- The Canadian Transportation Agency says that starting in the fall, passengers on international flights through Canada will be subjected to just one set of rules governing baggage allotments and fees even if they use a number of carriers.
New home and high-rise condo sales have rebounded from last year's dramatic slump and exceeded 10-year averages for sales in the first quarter of the year, says research firm RealNet Canada.
Boom times are over for Canada's housing sector and the impact of �a more subdued trajectory� will be felt everywhere from construction and home renovation sites to retail stores, a Scotiabank Economics report predicts.
A stretch of Bloor Street could be closed to vehicle traffic for one or more Sunday mornings this summer and turned over to cyclists and pedestrians.