Miniature horses, monkeys and pigs can legally fly as emotional support animals on at least one Canadian airline, but an advocate for travellers says the vast majority of jet-setting comfort animals are far less exotic and truly necessary accommodation for people with disabilities.
With about two thousand dating services to choose from in North America and millions of users engaging in them, tales of searching digitally for a successful match — for life, or perhaps just for the night — are now so common they've become an intimate part of the way we live.
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear a case this week that could determine whether industrial sites across the country are cleaned up when a company goes bankrupt.
The Canadian Securities Exchange is planning to launch a blockchain-powered platform to clear and settle securities trades, challenging the monopoly long held by TMX Group Inc. and its own ambitions with the technology.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver his government's third budget on Feb. 27.
Two of Canada's big banks are sounding the alarm over the negative impact that Canada's economy will see as a result of new tax reform measures in the U.S. under the Trump administration.
Canada's chief NAFTA negotiator says only limited progress has been made in revamping the continental trade pact.
The United States government has a new trade beef with Canada: claims that some pipe products are being dumped on the U.S. market at artificially low prices.
Thomson Reuters Corp. chief executive Jim Smith is in a hospital, under observation, the company said Tuesday.
The rise in global oil production, led by the United States, is likely to outpace growth in demand this year, the International Energy Agency says.
Iceland is expected to use more energy "mining" bitcoins and other virtual currencies this year than it uses to power its homes.
General Motors is bringing its car-sharing app to Toronto. In the U.S., nearly 80 per cent of its users are aged 18-34.
Sears Canada pensioners will ask a court to appoint a trustee to investigate the nearly $3 billion paid in dividends to Sears Canada shareholders. The hope is to recoup some of the money for Sears retirees and other creditors.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said a deal has been struck that will give the parliamentary budget officer the data he needs to conduct an independent analysis of the amount of revenue Ottawa loses each year due to offshore tax havens and other tax avoidance schemes.
Canada's main stock index surges more than 200 points in a broad-based advance as U.S. stocks rally for a second session in a row, erasing some of the massive losses suffered last week.
The Trump administration wants NASA out of the International Space Station by 2025, and private businesses running the place instead.
Consumer goods giant Unilever is threatening to pull ads from popular social media platforms such as Facebook and Google if they do not do more to protect children from "toxic" online content.