Bombardier Inc. says it's on track to deliver on its promised five-year turnaround in 2020 as its aerospace and railway divisions are projected to deliver better revenues and profits.
Cineplex Inc. is giving Star Wars fans a surprise twist at the box office by charging an extra dollar for assigned seating at some showings.
The Federal Communications Commission voted to roll back U.S. laws designed to ensure a free and open internet, a controversial yet expected decision that critics say hands control of web traffic to a small number of billion-dollar companies.
Cyber threats, the housing market, youth jobs, and bitcoin are among the things that Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says keep him up at night. Watch his speech to the Canadian Club in Toronto here at 12:40 p.m. ET.
Canadians owe $1.71 for every dollar of disposable income they had in the third quarter of 2017, the highest amount on record.
Last month was the busiest November for Canadian home sales on record, despite a slowdown in activity in the Greater Toronto Area.
Disney is buying a large part of the Murdoch family's 21st Century Fox in a $52.4-billion US deal, including for film and television studios, cable and international TV businesses, as it tries to meet competition from technology companies in the entertainment business.
Cenovus Energy Inc. said Thursday it is planning to cut about 15 per cent of its workforce as it looks to reduce costs next year.
America's telecom regulator is much more partisan than Canada's own, but there are legal reasons too.
The popularity of craft beer has seen the number of licensed breweries in Canada increase dramatically over the past five years. But some say the industry could be facing a flooded market.
Rather than carping at Donald Trump or her successor Janet Yellen was upbeat. But Canadian borrowers should watch out for much higher interest rates.
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment has struck a deal to buy the CFL's Toronto Argonauts. The deal still needs to be approved by the CFL's board of governors.
The federal government has unveiled its new proposal to curb "income sprinkling" by some small business owners to family members, with substantive changes to a much-criticized initial proposal unveiled in the summer.
Janet Yellen will hold her final news conference as Federal Reserve chair at 2:30 p.m. ET, after the Fed announced an expected hike in interest rates. You can watch Yellen here live.
With less than seven months to go before recreational marijuana becomes legal, provinces and territories are scrambling to come up with plans to sell cannabis, but few details have emerged about what the retail experience of buying legal weed will be like.
Home-delivered meal kits have are a food phenomenon that has quickly grown into a $120-million industry in Canada.
Gasoline prices in the U.S. rose by 7.3 per cent last month, enough to push the country's overall inflation rate up to 0.4 per cent.
Food prices are expected to hold steady for the next year — unless you like eating in restaurants.
Ontario is on the verge of overhauling the way tickets for live events are bought and sold and some major stakeholders in the industry are warning the measures could drive online sales to the black market and offer less fraud protection for fans. But the government said it acted to put fans first.
A U.S. rate rise today seems like a foregone conclusion, with more to come. Canadian borrowers should ask, "How many more?"