Bose Corp spies on its wireless headphone customers by using an app that tracks the music, podcasts and other audio they listen to, and violates their privacy rights by selling the information without permission, a lawsuit charged.
WestJet says it will unveil a new, ultra-low-cost carrier later this year that will cater to Canadian flyers looking for cheaper fares with no frills.
Worried that too many Ontarians are getting priced out by fast-rising rents and surging home prices, Premier Kathleen Wynne unveils sweeping measures aimed at cooling red-hot markets she admits have become "a problem."
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U.S. President Donald Trump swaggered into Wisconsin Tuesday and told anxious American farmers that he knew the solution to their problems: beat up Canada for how it runs its dairy industry. But there's a difference between sabre-rattling and actually firing a shot.
Ontario's Liberal government will slap a 15 per cent tax on home purchases by non-resident foreigners and will expand the province's existing rent control system to cover all tenants, CBC News has learned.
General Motors said on Wednesday that Venezuelan authorities had illegally seized its plant in the industrial hub of Valencia and vowed to "take all legal actions" to defend its rights.
Exxon Mobil is seeking permission from the U.S. government for approval to resume drilling around the Black Sea with a Russian partner, state-owned Rosneft, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Staff with Ontario's securities regulator alleged on Wednesday that two former CEOs and the current CFO of Home Capital Group Inc. broke the law in their handling of a scandal involving falsified loan applications.
Donald Trump's attack on NAFTA Tuesday isn't the first time Canada's dairy production system has come under fire. What's the U.S. so upset about?
Starting Monday, homebuyers in Ontario will have to provide more information about their citizenship and place of residence when they buy a piece of real estate anywhere in the province.
The British pound's surge since Prime Minister Theresa May's surprise election call represents an early sign of optimism that the country's exit from the European Union may be smoother than many had feared.
The decline in the number of Canadian television subscribers and the growth in households that are either cord cutters or have never been traditional TV subscribers is accelerating, according to a new report.
Metrolinx can't just tear up its $770-million contract with Bombardier for light rail vehicles, a Toronto judge has ruled.
The biggest airline in the Middle East says it will offer fewer flights to the U.S. starting now, a direct response to dwindling demand following new U.S. rules banning electronics in the cabin on flights from certain destinations.
Loblaw is selling its network of 213 gas stations and attached convenience stores to a unit of TSX-listed Brookfield Business Partners for $540M.
With the one year anniversary of the wildfire a few weeks away and another hot summer approaching, oil and gas companies are working to improve their protection and response in case of another monumental fire.