The Canadian economy shed a surprising 88,000 jobs in January, with the losses concentrated in part-time work, Statistics Canada reports.
A four per cent drop in Chinese shares dealt reeling world stock markets a fresh blow on Friday, as nerves about rising borrowing costs and soaring volatility put them on course for their worst week since the height of euro zone crisis.
There were high expectations headed into Thursday's long-awaited announcement on how the federal government would overhaul the approval process for major energy projects in Canada. Ottawa says the new regulatory regime would help entice new investment, but the industry has many questions — and also doubts.
Getting a job, especially a first job, is still really hard. And modern job-search technology, while a useful tool, is no panacea for job seekers or prospective employers.
In Hamilton's east end, thousands of high powered computers are running full blast, mining for digital currency like bitcoin and litecoin.
The digital economy is a promising way to raise economic growth and living standards — as long as efforts are made not to leave people behind, a senior Bank of Canada official says.
Shares of Canada Goose tumbled over 18 per cent on Wednesday morning — the most since it went public last year — after its earnings topped forecasts but failed to impress investors.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank another 600 points today as a renewed rise in U.S. bond yields and fears of higher inflation unnerved investors still piecing over a historic drop earlier this week.
BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. said Thursday they netted big increases in their wireless subscriber base during the fourth quarter, when they bested Rogers Communications Inc. in a holiday season battle to sign customers in a postpaid plan price war.
The Olympics are usually a boon for bars equipped with televisions to broadcast high-stakes games and competitions — but the big time difference between Olympics host Pyeongchang and many Canadian cities will mean watching late at night or early in the morning.
Twitter has posted first quarterly profit in history, but the company faces stiff competition while user growth stagnates.
Thomson Reuters Corp. beat Wall Street profit expectations in the fourth quarter even as revenue slightly missed forecasts.
Following more than a year of job growth in Canada, many economists expect employment to show a cooling off when the January jobs report comes out Friday.
The federal government will unveil a wide-ranging new approach to Canada’s environmental assessment process today, shaking up how natural resource projects are assessed for their environmental impacts.
With the price of oil above $60 US a barrel, many in the industry are now wondering when OPEC will end its production cut and what the consequences will be.
When the prime minister sits down with the CEO of eBay in San Francisco later today, there is a divisive issue that is expected to come up.
A relationship between the CEO of Lululemon Athletica Inc. and a former designer at the company is one of several instances in which the chief executive fell short of the retailer's standards of conduct, a source familiar with the matter said Wednesday.
Tesla Inc. posted a record quarterly net loss of $675 million in the fourth quarter as the company struggles to meet production targets for its first mass-market car, the Model 3 sedan.
Toronto and Vancouver's real estate markets have responded to surging prices and a growing demand for homes with a supply of new housing that is "significantly weaker than other Canadian metropolitan areas," CMHC says in new report.