Images of a bloodied passenger being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight in Chicago drew widespread condemnation in China following a witnesses' report that the man said he was targeted because he was Chinese.
Canada will introduce new legislation this spring that will address the problem of travellers being bumped from flights, the federal government says, as the violent dragging of a passenger off an overbooked flight in the U.S. unleashed anger over the practice.
When Amanda Dexter did an interview with CBC News in February on why she was boycotting Ivanka Trump products, she was immediately bombarded with vicious attacks on Twitter. One person even suggested they were coming for her.
As Canadian baby boomers continue in waves to reach retirement age, the province of Nova Scotia believes it knows how to weather the looming economic storm: encourage baby boomers to work longer.
An Ontario woman whose husband set fire to their bed is being denied her insurance claim even though she was the victim of the arson.
The number of new homes that began construction in Canada last month hit their highest level since September 2007, the latest sign of a boom in the housing market that many fear is overheating.
The problems at Wells Fargo and its sales culture date back at least 15 years, and management had little interest in dealing with the issue until it spiraled out of control, according to an investigation by the firm's board of directors.
The owner of Ontario's Blue Mountain and Quebec's Mont Tremblant has struck a deal to be sold for $1.5 billion US to a group that includes the parent company of the Aspen Snowmass resort.
A man was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Louisville, Ky., on Sunday, after the flight was overbooked and the passenger refused to adhere to the airline's decision to randomly remove four passengers.
Nearly two-thirds of homeowners polled by CIBC in a recent survey say they are reluctant to sell their homes because of how much it would cost to buy another one.
Bombardier is expected to formally inform shareholders today about changes to the compensation for several of its top executives when it files a new proxy circular with the securities regulator.
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz has shown no inclination to raise interest rates despite rising inflation and a booming job market. So far, the data offers little pressure for him to change tactics.
Sunrise Records, now headquartered in Ancaster since it was bought by Hamilton native Douglas Putman in 2014, is planning to expand its horizons. Putman says he has a plan to make the record store business profitable in the age of digital media.
Bombardier appears unable to shake off public anger over hefty pay packages to its senior executives. Protesters gathered outside Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard's Montreal offices on Sunday to protest how the executives are compensated.
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