From labour unrest to grand expansion, the 'little airline that could' is suddenly facing major turbulence without the man who’d led the company for the past eight years. Calgary-based WestJet CEO Gregg Saretsky’s sudden exit – a retirement, according to the company – caught investors, analysts and union officials off guard.
The union representing Air Canada flight attendants says it has filed a human rights complaint alleging 'systemic discrimination and harassment' of its members.
The Alberta government is taking a page from the playbook of former premier Peter Lougheed by threatening to cut oil exports in its fight against B.C.’s efforts to stop the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
The Alberta Energy Regulator has issued an order against privately held oil and gas company Sequoia Resources Corp. after it warned it is ceasing operations "imminently" and won't be able to maintain thousands of wells and pipelines in the province.
International trade minister signs CPTPP trade deal with sights set on South America's Mercosur bloc
Canada's minister of international trade marked an important step forward in Canada's trading relationship with one bloc of countries today, while looking to start a new deal with another.
Financial experts say managing their clients' expectations is getting increasingly complicated as interest in the cannabis industry surges ahead of legalization in Canada, despite fear that the sector is either already in or headed for 'bubble' status.
The pace of new home construction picked up unexpectedly in February driven by strength in the condo market in major cities, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Thursday.
In 1946, Viola Desmond went to jail for standing up for the rights of black people in Nova Scotia. Today, the Halifax civil rights activist will be honoured when the new $10 bill featuring her face is unveiled.
WestJet Airlines Ltd. says chief executive Gregg Saretsky is retiring effective Thursday.
Donald Trump’s trade and manufacturing adviser says the U.S. president’s planned tariffs for steel and aluminum imports would not immediately apply to Canada and Mexico.
The chief executive of Kinder Morgan won't put a timeline on when construction will begin on the Trans Mountain expansion, a delayed project which would ship Alberta oil to British Columbia's coast.
Scott Bentley, owner of the American Keg Company, says his employees are wrong in thinking steep tariffs on steel would be good for the company.
Employment numbers in Canada and the U.S. may already be feeling the effects of President Donald Trump's trade war threats. Don Pittis explains why Trump's battle plan to save American jobs won't work.
WestJet Airlines says it's still on course to launch its new Swoop ultra-low-cost carrier despite unresolved bargaining issues with the Air Line Pilots Association, as the two sides negotiate a first contract.
Wall Street's main indexes fell on Wednesday as U.S. President Donald Trump looked set to impose steep tariffs on imported steel and aluminum this week, a move that could spiral into a global trade war.
U.S. President Donald Trump looked set on Wednesday to authorize steep tariffs on imported steel and aluminum this week as he stepped up pressure against China to develop a plan to reduce its trade imbalance with the United States by a billion dollars.
Canadian National Railway Co. is apologizing for failing to keep grain shipments moving reliably by rail, and says it's taking immediate steps to clear the backlog — including mobilizing more train cars and workers.
The Bank of Canada did what was expected of it on Wednesday, opting not to change its benchmark interest rate from its current level of 1.25 per cent.
The female-led investor group that had agreed to buy The Weinstein Company's assets pulled its offer on Tuesday, and lead investor Maria Contreras-Sweet said the decision was made after the group 'received disappointing information' about the state of the company's finances.