Two years after a blue-ribbon panel called on the Alberta government to encourage partial upgrading of bitumen from the oilsands to enhance value and free up more pipeline room for exports, the idea remains years away from commercialization.
Opposition is mounting to a coalition’s plan to block Canadians from accessing piracy websites. Many Canadians fear that the plan — backed by media companies such as Bell, Rogers and CBC — could lead to rampant internet censorship
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Canadians are withdrawing more money from their retirement savings to pay for short-term expenses despite the tax consequences, according to a new bank survey.
Thirty years after Spitz sunflower seeds first sprouted in Alberta, the last factory in the province is set to shut down.
The Liberal government will not 'act in an impulsive way' in response to U.S. corporate tax cuts that economists say pose a threat to Canada's competitiveness, the federal finance minister said after a pre-budget meeting Friday.
Canopy Growth Corp., among the worlds' largest medical marijuana producers, now wants to take on the pharmaceutical giants as one of its ventures builds a portfolio of patented and federally approved cannabinoid-based medicines.
Statistics Canada says overall manufacturing sales for the October-December period rose by about 2.8 per cent to $164.8 billion, although the last month of year saw weaker activity.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 229,000 Ram trucks, mostly in North America, because they can be shifted out of park without a key in the ignition or a foot on the brake.
Air Canada's fourth-quarter revenue and adjusted earnings came in ahead of analyst estimates, as the Montreal-based airline posted record-high annual revenue for 2017.
An 82-year-old great-grandmother is upset the Bank of Montreal didn't lay out all options for cancelling her life insurance. Only following a CBC News investigation did Ella Beck discover she could cancel her plan and get money back.
A shortfall of railcars and crews have left shipments of grain and oil marooned on the Canadian Prairies — with reports that thousands of orders for cars have been cancelled by Canadian National Railway Co.
The National Energy Board says work can begin on construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline's tunnel entrance at Burnaby Mountain — as long as the company has permits from three levels of government.
Members of the Trump administration have dropped several hints in recent days that withdrawing from NAFTA is not in their current plans — and latest such example came Thursday.
Barring last-minute obstacles, Canadian negotiators plan to meet their Mercosur counterparts for talks in Asuncion, Paraguay, one day after trade minister Francois-Philippe Champagne signs the CPTPP in Santiago de Chile.
Governments and producers preparing for the legalization of recreational marijuana this summer now have some certainty about when retail sales will actually begin — and it won't be before August at the earliest.
A legal battle over whether creditors take priority over the cleanup of old oil wells has landed at the Supreme Court of Canada — with seven justices now tasked with a decision that could have implications for industry and the environment across the country.
Lawyers representing former Sears Canada workers and their ex-employer are trying to reach an agreement on whether a trustee should be appointed to review $3 billion paid to shareholders.
Economists have long been warning about how higher interest rates will impact Canadians, who have elevated levels of debt, but a new report from CIBC says most consumers are in good shape and can handle the challenge.
Tim Hortons admits there is a misprint on some of its RRRoll Up the Rim to Win cups, leaving a blank space where customers are supposed to find a message indicating whether they've won or not.