Kinder Morgan Canada is facing mounting pressure to detail its plans for the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion when it releases its first earnings report Wednesday since going public.
Tim Hortons is set to launch its mobile order-and-pay app on July 27, according to a franchise owner. Franchisees launched a protest in March to block an earlier release of the app.
A northern Ontario resident says she shouldn't have to take the financial hit to replace her 2013 Honda Accord after it spontaneously burst into flames.
The takeover of forestry company Tembec appeared under threat after the company's second-largest shareholder said it will vote against the friendly offer by Rayonier Advanced Materials.
Canada will name Ian Scott as head of the commission that regulates the telecom and broadcast industries, a spokesman said on Tuesday, tapping an executive who spent years lobbying the body on behalf of one of the country's biggest telecommunications companies.
Subway's makeover comes as its sales have fallen for four straight years amid competition from places including Jimmy John's and Firehouse Subs.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is proposing to close loopholes that allow wealthy Canadians to avoid higher tax rates, largely by targeting people who incorporate themselves and then draw income from their businesses while paying lower corporate taxes.
The closure will affect 340 employees in total and will be conducted in phases throughout 2017.
In this first Venturing Out episode, longtime friends Jann Arden and Arlene Dickinson sit down to compare notes on what it's like to fail and get back up again — and there's no topic off limits.
Lawyers for Sears Canada will be back in court on Tuesday to ask a Toronto judge if the national retailer can begin liquidation sales as early as Friday.
They say it takes three days to form a habit. So, what does a decade of easy, cheap money do to the behaviour of a whole swath of Canadians who've never known anything else?
Independent brewers say big beer companies are continuing to buy more and more craft breweries and employing tactics that make it difficult for beer drinkers to tell if the suds they're quaffing are local.
An Ontario woman says a product she purchased to kill wasps ended up trapping and killing seven small birds instead.
Netflix is pulling in new viewers and award nominations in droves. But the online video service has a long-term problem: its acclaimed programming line-up is costing far more money than what subscribers pay for it.
U.S. shale oil production is forecast to rise for the eighth consecutive month, climbing 112,000 barrels per day to 5.585 million bpd in August, the U.S. Energy Department said in a report on Monday.
The owner of adultery website AshleyMadison.com has agreed to pay $11.2 million US to settle class action lawsuits in the U.S. on behalf of people whose personal information was exposed in a high-profile cybersecurity breach in 2015.
United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is expected to release today his negotiating objectives ahead of talks to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement next month.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz is attempting to secure a seat on the board at Procter & Gamble, seeking faster changes at the consumer products company.