Under the terms of the deal, a subsidiary of The Washington Companies will purchase all of Dominion's outstanding common shares for $14.25 US a share, the companies announced in a news release Monday.
Home sales fell in June by their largest amount in seven years, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Monday, as nearly three-quarters of all markets slowed down during what is normally the most popular time of the year for real estate.
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Since May, Health Canada has received 187 complaints about Banana Boat sunscreen, many involving claims it led to burned or blistered skin. The agency has tested the product and is waiting for results.
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The Canadian dollar hit levels not seen in 14 months on Friday as it topped 79 cents US. Some economists are now suggesting the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates again in October.
Honda Motor Co. said on Friday it would recall about 2.1 million vehicles worldwide, including almost 52,000 in Canada, to replace battery sensors due to the risk of fire.
Sino-Forest, once the biggest publicly listed forestry company in Canada before its demise, and several of its top executives defrauded investors and misled investigators, Ontario's securities regulator ruled Friday.
Wildfires in the B.C. Interior that have forced some sawmills to halt operations have resulted in a boost in lumber prices at a time when forestry companies have been squeezed by softwood duties on exports to the U.S.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling over 1.3 million vehicles worldwide to fix malfunctioning alternators or a wiring problem that can make air bags inflate unexpectedly.
Sears Canada plans to dole out up to $9.2 million in retention bonuses to senior staff still working at Sears during its restructuring.
TransAlta Corp. is appointing former interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose to the power company's board of directors.
The jury at the securities fraud trial of "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli has heard investors accuse the quirky former biotech CEO of repeatedly giving them the runaround when they tried to pull their money out of his failing health care hedge fund.
A court-appointed monitor says Sears Canada, its lenders and lawyers for former employees have reached a compromise that could allow the company to continue paying certain health benefits and special pension payments up to the end of September.
The International Energy Agency says the rate of compliance by OPEC countries to their agreed production cuts fell sharply in June, one reason why oil prices dropped to 2017 lows in recent weeks.