Canadian companies have much greater access to one of the world's largest markets starting today, as a major trade deal between Canada and the European Union is now in force.
Google is biting off a big piece of device manufacturer HTC for $1.1 billion US to expand its efforts to build phones, speakers and other gadgets equipped with its arsenal of digital services.
The union representing CAMI automotive workers in Ingersoll has made a proposal in an attempt to jumpstart talks with General Motors in the four-day-old labour dispute.
When you look closely at the projections for recreational marijuana demand once pot is legalized in this country, you have to wonder what some of the analysts are smoking.
The world's had enough disasters. The powerful U.S. central banker is anxious not to create one of her own.
Hundreds of National Bank customers may have had their personal contact information and date of birth exposed online to other customers, the bank confirmed to CBC Toronto.
Calling it a disruptive technology with huge potential, Canada's transport minister says when it comes to self-driving cars Canada is doing its best to try and keep up with the pace of innovation.
The province has searched Volkswagen's Canadian offices in relation to the multi-billion dollar emissions scandal that rocked the auto company two years ago.
Autoparts maker Magna International announced Wednesday that it has suspended the supply of parts to CAMI, the Ingersoll auto manufacturing plant that's been crippled by a labour dispute.
A U.S. Department of Commerce spokesman says the government will announce its decision on Boeing's request for preliminary duties against Bombardier's CSeries on Tuesday, a day later than it previously indicated.
The automaker says that during sporting driving, the centre buckle could hit the release button on the left buckle and cause it to unlatch.
Alimentation Couche-Tard is still interested in selling marijuana and its co-founder says he thinks provincial governments should stay out of selling this product.
Federal Reserve officials are expected today to announce a starting date to begin allowing the central bank's $4.5 trillion US in bond holdings to shrink gradually.
The leaders of the U.K., France and Italy will push social media companies on Wednesday to remove "terrorist content" from the internet within one to two hours of it appearing because they say that is the period when most material is spread.
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development has raised its expectations for economic growth in Canada this year compared with a June forecast.