The Bank of Canada is defending itself amid questions about its public silence ahead of an interest-rate hike last week that caught many analysts by surprise.
Canadian housing starts rose slightly in August, defying the expectations of economists who had been looking for a drop.
A leading climate forecaster says the economic cost of Hurricane Irma will come in at around $100 billion US, bringing the combined economic toll for Irma and her predecessor Harvey to almost $300 billion US.
He dressed like a lawyer, talked like a lawyer and worked as a lawyer, but in reality, 34-year-old Inayat Kassam was a smooth-talking fraudster with a law degree that wasn't worth the paper it was printed on.
A Marketplace investigation of the world's largest diploma mill finds many Canadians could be putting their health and well-being in the hands of nurses, engineers, counsellors and other professionals with phoney credentials.
The head of the union tapped to represent workers in Ontario cannabis stores says his members will be well-trained and ready to go by next July, the target date for federal legalization of recreational pot.
It turns out that publicly shaming violators of provincial securities laws is an exceptionally poor way of collecting unpaid penalties but some Canadian regulators say they will continue to operate the websites anyway.
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A Toronto family wants answers after Air Canada barred them from their flight, forcing them to spend an extra $4,000 on new tickets to take the same flight the following day.
With the federal government looking to play a smaller role in covering the costs of natural disasters, and private insurers declaring some homes built in some high-risk areas are uninsurable, the question of who will pay for storm damage is becoming a more pressing issue.
Not one, but three new phones — and a $1,200 premium price tag.
Peace By Chocolate plans to hire at least 10 more employees and employ refugees across Canada to distribute their chocolate.
Toronto will face "fierce competition" to land Amazon’s second headquarters, but its mayor and several experts think it has a chance.
People on the largest of B.C.'s gulf islands vote today on whether it should become a municipality. To an outsider, it may seem like a low-stakes decision. On the island, it's anything but.
Alberta’s energy minister is vowing to stand with TransCanada in the fight to get Energy East even as the Calgary-based company moves to suspend its application in view of the national regulator’s new, more wide-ranging review process.
U.S. prosecutors on Thursday asked a judge to jail Martin Shkreli while he awaits sentencing for securities fraud, after a Facebook post by the former drug company executive about Hillary Clinton prompted an investigation by the U.S. Secret Service.
The massive cybersecurity breach unveiled by Equifax that saw the personal data of millions of people taken will mean some "very unfortunate" stories to come, says a Canadian technology executive.