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The construction of new homes was at its lowest level for 10 months in December.
The low cost of oil is set to leave an extra $20 billion in the pockets of Canada’s commuters and motorists, assuming the price of crude continues lower throughout the year.
Canadian Pacific Railway is refusing to pay a federal fine for failing to meet minimum volumes for shipping grain.
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The pharmaceutical, energy and financial sectors led some healthy gains on the Toronto Stock Exchange today and all ten sectors of the S&P TSX Composite Index saw increases.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said today that Canada’s federal budget will balance this year.
The US Energy and Natural Resources committee has approved the bill that could lead to TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline project going ahead.
New data from StatsCan show that spending in the tourism sector rose by 1.3 per cent in the third quarter of 2014.
The current good fortune for Ontario’s Blackberry continues as it announces a deal with America’s AT&T network for the Passport smartphone.
The Canadian dollar’s slide against the greenback will cost lovers of Apple’s App Store extra.