The Quebec government has announced it is standing firm on its new rules regulating how Uber operates in this province. The company has said it would leave Quebec Saturday if the government doesn't ease up on those new rules.
Every week, Marketplace receives dozens of emails from Canadians reporting all kinds of consumer concerns and deceptive schemes. Here's an in-depth look at the one scam that has generated more angry emails than all the rest.
Cutting taxes and threatening to kill NAFTA may sound good to U.S. President Donald Trump's base, but as the Nobel-winning work of economist Richard Thaler shows, sometimes the obvious answer is wrong.
If the court approves Sears Canada's bid to liquidate its roughly 130 remaining stores, the decision will send shoppers, employees and mall owners in dozens of smaller Canadian cities scrambling to find alternative shopping destinations, jobs and tenants.
The head of Amazon Studios was put on leave Thursday following sexual harassment allegations from a producer on the Amazon series Man in the High Castle, adding to Hollywood's crisis over its mistreatment of women.
Electric carmaker Tesla Inc is recalling 11,000 Model X sport utility vehicles worldwide due to a faulty locking mechanism in their rear seats that raises the risk of the seats falling forward in a crash.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is parting slightly from his president when it comes to the wording around NAFTA, saying he still hopes, and believes, that the three countries will come out of the ongoing renegotiations with a deal.
Stratford, Ont.'s mayor says he will help find jobs for local laid-off workers at his city's historic Sears store, the first retail location opened in the company's Canadian operation.
The head of Canada's biggest securities regulator says its staff have reviewed an application by Nasdaq Inc. to operate a stock exchange in Canada, but it hasn't yet come before the board.
Equifax Inc. has taken one of its web pages offline as its security team looks into reports of another potential cyber breach, the credit reporting company, which recently disclosed a hack that compromised the sensitive information of millions of people, said on Thursday.
Prices in Canada's five biggest housing markets are going up at a similiar, healthy pace — the first time that has happened in six years, Royal LePage said Thursday in its latest national house price survey.
In its latest initiative to reduce pollution, Paris City Hall is planning to ban gas-powered cars by 2030, a step beyond a previously announced plan to ban all diesel engines in time for the 2024 Olympics.
After more than three weeks on the picket line, workers at CAMI in Ingersoll, Ont., learn from the union head that General Motors will ramp up production of the popular Equinox at two plants in Mexico.
Shopping around for a vehicle? You may not want to tell the dealer that, Ontario man learns the hard way
An Ontario man found it didn't pay to shop around after he had a sale price on an ATV rescinded when he tried to get his hometown dealer to match the offer, a situation an expert in Canadian competition law says almost certainly contravenes the Competition Act.
After 25 days on the picket lines, the CAMI strike that most predicted would be over in a matter of weeks, has dragged on longer than most expected.
The national revenue minister is blaming bureaucrats at the Canada Revenue Agency for hatching a plan to tax employee discounts, backpedalling on a new interpretation of the tax code she says she never approved in the first place.
Luxury goods company Coach will switch to the the name Tapestry, which the company's CEO says is more inclusive.
The head of Delta Air Lines says his company does not expect to pay any tariffs related to its purchase of CSeries jets, but expects to complete the order as planned.