The U.S. industry groups and congressional leaders who support NAFTA has told the Trump administration to 'do no harm' in its renegotiations. The tone of Thursday's letter to Congress suggests that message got through — but this is just the pre-game warm-up.
U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs says there's an almost one in three chance of Canada's housing market going bust in the near future.
The Canadian dollar rallied to its highest level of the month on Friday on the back of a corresponding rally in oil prices.
With a major deadline nearing for victims of the WannaCry ransomware epidemic, French IT researchers say they may have found a cure — as long as the computer hasn't been rebooted.
Home Capital Group reported a slight uptick in the amount in its savings accounts as of Thursday, a sign the alternative mortgage lender may have staunched its bleeding.
The federal government hinted Thursday that Boeing should not take future military contracts with Canada for granted, considered by some military and defence industry officials as a veiled threat that coincided with a spat between the aerospace giant and Bombardier.
Canada's inflation rate held steady at 1.6 per cent in April, as energy got more expensive but food got cheaper.
Canada's oldest national park will be so busy that hotels, restaurants and shops throughout the surrounding region are already cashing in on the spillover of tourism activity.
Markets soared after the new U.S. president took office, and have shrugged off scandals and crises without blinking. But that changed this week, as several U.S. indexes were hit by the first slump of Trump's administration.
Canada’s big banks will be in the hot seat next month, facing questions about questionable banking practices revealed by CBC's Go Public.
Home Capital announced another change to its board of directors on Thursday, revealing that John Marsh, one of its original investors, is stepping down.
The Trump administration has written to Congress, officially triggering the 90-day consultation period required before renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico can begin.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is making an announcement today about cleaning up abandoned oil and gas wells. A press conference will take place at around 9:30 a.m. on an orphan well site near Carstairs, Alta., north of Calgary.
Lawyers for Boeing are arguing before a U.S. trade commission that Bombardier's own words prove it was rescued financially by multibillion-dollar assistance from the Quebec government. Boeing is seeking duties on Bombardier aircraft