The Supreme Court will deliver two landmark rulings Wednesday that could lead to fundamental changes for Canada's energy sector and its relationship with Indigenous Peoples.
Home Capital Group, the Toronto-based alternative mortgage lender that was on the verge of collapse earlier this year, says it has repaid a $2-billion line of credit from Berkshire Hathaway.
Canadian National Railway beat analyst expectations as its profits grew 20 per cent to $1.03 billion in the second quarter on higher revenues.
One of the American objectives for the upcoming renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement appears on a collision course with privacy laws in British Columbia and Nova Scotia. Should it matter where governments keep their data?
The Pacific NorthWest LNG project in Port Edward, B.C., has been cancelled as a result of "changes in market conditions."
A German Volkswagen executive who has been in a Michigan jail for months plans to plead guilty in the company's U.S. emissions scandal, a court spokesman said Tuesday.
Adobe Systems Inc.'s Flash, a once-ubiquitous technology used to power most of the media content found online, will be retired at the end of 2020, the software company announced Tuesday.
After six consecutive months of record output, Mexico now makes more than one out of every five vehicles built in North America, new numbers from autotomotive organization Ward's shows.
McDonald's says a promotion for $1 sodas and a new line of premium burgers helped boost sales in its flagship U.S. market.
General Motors' second-quarter net profit fell more than 40 per cent largely due to a loss from the sale of its European unit.
American fashion brand Michael Kors is buying luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo in a deal worth $1.35 billion US
Arlene chats with Dino Trevisani, president of IBM Canada, about how entrepreneurialism shapes his approach to business and how entrepreneurs should approach building a business. Arlene and Dino also share some anecdotes guaranteed to make you smile.
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Buoyed by strong sentiment — both at home and abroad — about the state of the Canadian economy, and getting the benefit of general weakness in the U.S. greenback, the Canadian dollar is now flying in territory it hasn't seen in two years.
An official with a large Canadian producer of medical cannabis is confident consumers will be adequately supplied come next July, but says production will need to be increased.
Alphabet Inc. reported a 27.7 percent drop in quarterly profit as the company recorded a previously announced charge related to a record fine imposed on its Google unit by the EU.
One of the few saving graces of the oil downturn has been that oil is priced in U.S. dollars, meaning that as the loonie dropped over the past three years, it cushioned the blow of the price drop. That's coming to an end.
Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. has raised its takeover offer for Tembec Inc. to win the support of two of the forestry company's largest shareholders who had threatened to block the friendly deal.
Norbord Inc. says its oriented strand board mill in 100 Mile House, B.C., resumed production over the weekend.
Volkswagen will hold a special supervisory board meeting on Wednesday to discuss allegations that German carmakers operated a wide-ranging cartel, a source familiar with the matter said on Monday.