A report looking at how to modernize the National Energy Board (NEB) is calling for a complete overhaul, suggesting that it be replaced with two new agencies and its leadership moved from Calgary to Ottawa.
Home Capital Group says its client deposit levels have stabilized over the past few days following a string of heavy withdrawals, and that it still has more available funds on its line of credit.
Telecommunications and media giant Bell is taking a stab at on-demand mobile television for customers without a cable subscription, as the number of Canadians quitting traditional cable TV continues to increase.
Canadian house prices continue to march higher, with the average price of one sold in April hitting $559,317 — an increase of more than 10 per cent in a year.
Credit union employees say they're under the same pressure to upsell customers as their counterparts who work for Canada's big banks.
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In Canada's oil industry, the hope of higher prices springs eternal, but it's a faith that's now being tested by the oilfields of West Texas - the once and current centre of the global oil world.
In the eternal battle to get kids to eat their vegetables, big produce companies have been paying increasing attention to first impressions, focusing on kid-friendly packaging and sizing to draw children and parents towards snack-ready fruits and vegetables.
U.S. national trade policies and protectionist measures at state levels could hit Ontario hard. In defence, Premier Kathleen Wynne has been phoning and meeting U.S. governors.
Shares in alternative lender Home Capital take a beating — despite the company posting record quarterly results the day before — because investors don't seem to like what they heard from management in a conference call laying out how they plan to turn the company around.
Shareholders of PrivateBancorp Inc. voted Friday to approve a takeover of the company by CIBC which twice-sweetened its bid in an effort to win support.
Shares of Hudson's Bay Co. slipped on the TSX on Friday, a day after the retailer reported a drop in its sales.
Spies, banks, and even chocolate maker Hershey have relied on Palantir's help to trawl through data, but what the company does in Canada is a mystery.
Amaya Inc. says it plans to change its corporate name and intends to eventually move its head office to Toronto from Montreal.