Canadian stocks rose as oil climbed while U.S. stocks traded near a record high after mixed data in the world's largest economy bolstered speculation the U.S.
The decline in the pace of home sales in the Vancouver region appears to have sped up significantly in the first two weeks of August, which experts say could be a sign both buyers and sellers are hesitating after a new tax on foreign investors injected ...
A new Fraser Institute report shows Canadians on average now hand over 42% of their income to governments. That's well above the 38% they pay for food, clothing and shelter - the so-called necessities of life.
An international arbitration tribunal has ordered Venezuela to pay a Vancouver-based mining company more than US$1.2 billion for expropriating its gold mines.
Alberta Fish and Wildlife has confirmed the hunter captured on video killing a bear with a spear won't face charges. A video posted in June on YouTube shows American hunter Josh Bowmar hitting the bear with a spear.