Commodities give TSX a boost... LNG facility won’t open in Port Edward says Pacific Northwest... Trump appears to want disputes panel removed from NAFTA...
Canada’s largest private mortgage insurer is exercising “heightened vigilance” in Western Canada in preparation for a potential rise in delinquencies.
Sandra Stuart has been appointed as the new president and CEO of HSBC Bank Canada.
Wall St. ends lower on weaker dollar, Asian markets mixed on slow China growth... Fed’s Williams hints at rate rise... Where’s the best state to retire in?... Saudi oil output close to record high...
The Toronto Stock Exchange has kicked off the week with gains as prices for oil and copper rebound and the loonie strengthens against the greenback.
Federal finance minister Joe Oliver and Ontario’s Charles Sousa are at a ceremony this evening (Monday) to officially mark the first yuan to Canadian dollar conversion.
The chief executive of Wind Mobile Robert MacLellan is to stand down and become chairman of the firm’s board in a shake-up announced today.
Demand for new cars has weakened in Alberta as oil prices create uncertain economic conditions.
A consumer advocacy group are urging the federal government to take action to curb rising cellphone and internet bills saying that some people are choosing to cut back on food rather than communications.
World markets start the week mixed... US companies are sitting on a huge pile of cash... Is oil heading for $35?... Fed profits up 30 per cent...
With the US dollar having weakened after the Fed’s meeting this week commodity prices and producers’ stocks have gained and pushed the Toronto Stock Exchange higher.