A Toronto man is warning people to take a close look at the penalties they'll face for breaking a mortgage before they lock in.
From speaking fees and research grants to travel expenses and consulting fees — there are a lot of ways doctors get extra money from the pharmaceutical industry. But what happens to patients, and the health-care system, if those payments add up to a conflict of interest?
Robert Campeau, the former real estate mogul who once controlled the Bloomingdale's and Macy's department store chains in the United States, has died at 93.
The federal finance minister will be urging his provincial counterparts to keep taxes on marijuana low, as the legalization process moves forward. Bill Morneau will be meeting with provincial finance ministers in Ottawa over the next two days to discuss a range of issues, including pot tax.
Pro-Brexit campaigners convinced voters by calling Europe a costly burden. But as negotiations begin, taxpayers are counting the costs leaving the EU.
Major U.S. TV provider Dish Network has launched a lawsuit targeting apps used to stream unauthorized content. Now some of those apps have disappeared, but tech experts say it won't be long before they're back.
Geophysicist was once a slam-dunk career choice for students, but the rise of machines and the weak oil economy mean it's starting to disappear. There could be some lessons in that for other professions across Canada.
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U.S. President Donald Trump rolled back some of the key measures of his predecessor's rapprochement with Cuba, making it harder for American tourists to travel to the island, and harder for American corporations to do business there.
A number of small spin-off businesses that have sprung up as part of the short-term rental phenomenon will be adding their voices to the mix Monday when Mayor John Tory's executive committee considers new regulations for companies like Airbnb
The mayors of Dallas and Fort Worth are backing the efforts of Ontario and other provinces to try and convince Texas to reverse course on a new "Buy America" law that could hurt Canada's steel and iron industries.
Following in the footsteps of major municipalities around the world, Canada's biggest cities are getting closer to regulating Airbnb, the streamlined service that allows homeowners to rent their part or all of their properties out on a short-term basis.
Alberta should publish regular forecasts of the oilsands' expected greenhouse gas emissions and authorize more stringent restrictions if the estimates approach the annual 100-megatonne limit, according to the first report from The Oil Sands Advisory Group.
Ontario's securities watchdog says former theatre mogul Garth Drabinsky, who defrauded investors of an estimated $500 million in the Livent Entertainment scandal, has been permanently banned from becoming a director or officer of a publicly traded company and acting as or becoming a registrant in Ontario.
Canada moved up to fifth last year on a list of countries with the most millionaire households, according to a Boston Consulting Group report that shows the United States was again at No. 1.
Norsat International Inc., the Vancouver tech firm at the centre of duelling acquisition bids, says China-based Hytera Communications has matched a $67.3 million US rival takeover offer from an American fund manager.