A tax intended to calm soaring real estate prices in Vancouver may be difficult to enforce because the foreign homebuyers it's aimed at may be able to get around it, experts say.
TORONTO - Canadian National Railway Co reported slightly lower second quarter earnings on Monday as a decline in shipments cut into revenue, but said it expects volumes to improve in the months ahead.
TORONTO -- Declining oil and gold prices weighed on Canada's main stock market Monday, while traders also stayed cautious in anticipation of a scheduled meeting of the U.S.
The Alberta government is going to court to stop electrical companies from offloading $2-billion in money-losing power contracts on the province's consumers.
The rows of high-tension wires strung close together along the sides of the High Level Bridge are meant to deter people who might be contemplating suicide.