TORONTO - The Toronto Stock Exchange surged ahead Friday, encouraged by gains from the U.S. markets, after data showed the world's largest economy may be in recovery.
Gasoline drips off a nozzle during refuelling at a gas station in Altadena, Calif., in this March 24, 2012 file photo. A sharp drop in gasoline costs led U.S.
Police in New Westminster, B.C., are warning the public about counterfeit polymer $100-bills that have turned up twice in recent weeks.
Ontarians are rejoicing after the union representing nearly 7,000 employees of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario reached a tentative agreement late Thursday, averting a walkout that would have shut down LCBO stores across the province going into the ...
Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a stark case for the Keystone XL pipeline to an influential New York audience, saying no further debate is necessary and an increasing supply of oil from Canada is inevitable.