A new study puts Canada near the bottom of the list of developed countries when it comes to laws governing vacation and holiday time.
United States stocks fell for a third day on Friday, putting indexes on track for their first negative week since mid-April, on lingering concern the Federal Reserve may scale back its support to the economy.
TORONTO�National Bank of Canada, the sixth-largest bank in Canada, raised its quarterly dividend Friday after reporting a 22% decline in second-quarter earnings reflecting last year's sale of its asset management unit.
New rules for U.S. meatpackers will require labeling that tells consumers where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered. Sounds simple.
The Canadian dollar was down a quarter of a cent Friday under pressure from a strong U.S. dollar and lower prices for many of the commodities that Canada produces.