The Canada Revenue Agency gives investors one more reason to tread carefully
Could this week end as it began? The Toronto Stock Exchange started the week with highs, fell yesterday, but has rebounded again today.
New data from Statistics Canada showed that the trade deficit widened in December to $649 million from $335 million in November.
Canada’s largest oil company is sticking to its plan to invest $1.6 billion this year in its Fort Hills oilsands project.
Air Canada’s low-cost airline Rouge will begin a new year-round daily service between Calgary and Hamilton.
BCE’s joint venture with Rogers Communications to control the cellphone retailer Glentel will boost BCE’s cash holdings.
A new survey from TD Bank shows that while Canadians have plans for travel, hobbies and fun in their retirement they are less focused on saving for it.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange has ended its rally after oil prices took a downward turn again today on concerns over high US stock levels.
The chief executive of TransCanada says calls by the US Environmental Protection Agency for a review into the impact of the Keystone XL pipeline is just a delaying tactic.
Stocks in Montreal-based communications firm BCE Inc. have seen a 20 per cent increase since October due to its generous dividends.