The federal government plans to introduce legislation that would halt the practice of charging fees for paper bills, an issue highlighted by the CRTC's criticism of Canadian telecom companies' pay-to-pay practices.
The new owner of Captain John's Restaurant says he's ready to move the ship from the foot of Yonge St. in as little as a week, but he requires court approval first.
Athabasca chairman Bill Gallacher and CEO Sveinung Svarte show off oilsands core samples. The company said Friday it has closed the sale of its Dover project stake to PetroChina.
Canada's economy soared in the second quarter, to an annualized pace of 3.1 per cent, as households spent more, marking the largest quarterly gain since the third quarter of 2011.
OTTAWA - Canada registered a $1.57 billion budget surplus in June, which moved the first three months of the fiscal year into surplus as well, with revenues up and program expenses down, the Finance Department said on Friday.