Boeing says it is waiting for the U.S. International Trade Commission to publish reasons for its trade dispute decision favouring Bombardier before deciding its next steps, including whether to launch a new petition.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley denounced as "unconstitutional" an effort by the B.C. government to delay construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, and threatened Wednesday to retaliate economically.
A growing number of Canadian drilling rigs are being moved south of the border to take advantage of brighter prospects for oil and gas in the United States — and observers say it's unlikely they will ever return home.
The U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating whether Apple Inc violated securities laws concerning its disclosures that it slowed older iPhones with flagging batteries, according to a published report.
The Canadian economy grew by 0.4 per cent in November, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday, in a growth reading that matched the expectations of most economists.
World stocks pulled out of a two-day dive and were eyeing their second best start to a year ever on Wednesday, while the U.S. dollar came under renewed pressure ahead of the Federal Reserve's first meeting of the year.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he doesn't believe U.S. President Donald Trump will pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement, but Canada has multiple contingency plans ready if trade talks go south.
An Alberta surface rights advocate says the province should apply licensing rules for land agents working for renewable energy companies just as it does for oil and gas landmen.
Thomson Reuters Corp. has entered into a partnership agreement with a group including Canada's largest pension fund to assume a 55 per cent equity stake in its financial and risk business — a deal valued at $24.7 billion.
The B.C. government is proposing to restrict new transportation of diluted bitumen — a diluted type of crude oil from Alberta — as part of a second phase of regulations to improve the province's preparedness and response to potential oil spills.
Metro Inc. will soon test scan-and-go technology and increase the number of self-checkout machines in its grocery stores as it looks to offset higher minimum wages in Ontario and Quebec.
Brian Mulroney testifies to the Senate foreign relations committee on 'The Economic Relationship Between the United States, Canada, and Mexico'
Shaw Communications has announced a massive staff-reduction program that asks some 6,500 employees to consider taking voluntary buyouts as the company reduces the size of its staff.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the country's housing markets remain "highly vulnerable" overall for the sixth consecutive quarter with evidence of overvaluation and price acceleration, despite some improvements seen in Winnipeg and Saskatoon.
Hackers behind last week's $530 million US cryptocurrency heist - one of the biggest ever - have started trying to sell some of the stolen "XEM" coins, the vice president of the foundation behind the digital currency said on Tuesday.
Canadian media honcho Jay Switzer has died, with his family at his side after a short battle with brain cancer.
Canadian shares traded lower this morning, following the global trend, as investors turned cautious after an impressive start to the year led to record highs.
Amazon is diving into health care, teaming up with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and the New York bank JPMorgan Chase, to create a company that helps their U.S. employees find quality care "at a reasonable cost."