Canada's economy expanded at an annual pace of nearly four per cent in the first quarter, more than three times the growth seen in the U.S. in the same period.
Employees in Canada's financial industry are speaking out about falsifying documents, telling Go Public that potentially criminal acts — like forging and photocopying customer signatures, adding initials to blank documents and using Wite-Out to conceal information — are more common than most people would think.
Air Transat instructed a Canadian charter airline to mislead aviation authorities and its passengers to take Air Transat passengers to and from Mexico, according to a string of emails obtained by CBC News.
The fate of the pipeline, which would stretch from Edmonton to Burnaby, B.C., could be a battle of the wills between a big oil company with billions of dollars on the line versus an upstart political duo that may take a slim hold on power and have something to prove.
Five weeks after the federal government ordered KPMG to maintain all records in an ongoing tax investigation, a group of offshore shell companies set up by the accounting giant held an "extraordinary" meeting to destroy documents related to the probe.
Canada's housing agency saw a sharp decline in the number of home buyers who qualified for mortgage insurance under tougher rules implemented last fall.
The catastrophic IT failure at British Airways that ruined travel plans for 75,000 people has raised questions about some older airlines' focus on costs to the detriment of investment in new computer systems.
Amazon, the e-commerce giant that has changed how much of the world shops for books, toilet paper and TVs, hit a new milestone. Its stock topped $1,000 US for the first time.
Shares in Kinder Morgan Canada opened below the price set for its initial public offering on Tuesday morning, after a Monday deal between the provincial New Democratic Party and Green Party in British Columbia cast doubt on the future of the company's proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
The Tragically Hip has announced a new partnership with the upstart medical marijuana firm Newstrike. The company says The Hip are "significant investors" and will help shape the Newstrike's brand and marketing strategies.
Canadian sushi restaurant chain Bento plans to go public and list its shares on the TSX in a move that reports suggest could raise as much as $100 million.
Scotiabank boosted its second-quarter net income by 30 per cent to $2.06 billion, in a period that saw all of the country's biggest banks shrug off concerns about high house prices and overstretched borrowers.
As the summer flying season starts again, WestJet tries to figure out how to resolve the mechanical glitches with its aging 767s.
Health Canada is investigating two cases where mothers reported their babies received second-degree burns after using Banana Boat sunscreen for children. There have been similar complaints in Australia.
Large Canadian companies with self-funded employee benefit plans are seriously considering covering medical cannabis for their workers, according to a benefits industry insider.