The price of a single bitcoin passed the $13,000 US level for the first time on Wednesday, a gain of $1,000 in less than a day.
What happens to the archives of newspapers shut down by Postmedia and Torstar in the wake of a community paper swap at the end of November?
Dollarama Inc. says it earned $130.1 million in its third quarter, an 18 per cent improvement from the same quarter last year, as sales volume at the discount chain surged.
Alberta government lays out new incentives, 'compliance obligations' for large greenhouse gas emitters
The Alberta government announced a new framework of incentives, regulations and levies that it says will result in the province reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 megatons by 2030.
The U.K. official shepherding Britain's departure from the European Union acknowledged Wednesday that the government has made no formal assessments of the economic impact of leaving the 28-nation bloc.
Hudson's Bay Co. lost $243 million in its latest quarter as overall revenue and comparable store sales fell compared with a year ago.
The Bank of Canada has decided to keep its benchmark lending rate steady at one per cent, pausing after two small hikes earlier this year.
WestJet and Delta Air Lines have agreed to deepen their partnership with a preliminary agreement to form a joint venture.
Google is pulling its popular YouTube video service from Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices in an escalating feud that has caught consumers in the crossfire.
New Brunswick restrictions on the importation of alcohol are not just about generating revenue but also about fulfilling the province's constitutional obligations, a prosecutor representing the province argued before the Supreme Court of Canada on Wednesday.
Are Canadian regulators ready for the cryptocurrency boom as fraudsters eye the fast-developing market?
One day after Boeing filed its formal trade complaint against Montreal-based Bombardier, Australia was knocking at Canada’s door wondering if the Trudeau government was interested in buying used fighter jets, newly released documents show.
'What buyers and sellers have been looking for': Sold prices for Toronto homes now online after court ruling
Some websites already have selling prices posted for Toronto homes after a legal ruling saying the Toronto Real Estate Board has no right to keep sold prices secret. But real estate agencies are being cautious.
Rogers Communications Inc. is reportedly considering the sale of such assets as baseball's Toronto Blue Jays and a stake in media company Cogeco Inc. to free up capital for other investments.
Ireland has struck a deal with Apple to collect up to 13 billion euros ($19.7 billion Cdn) in back taxes and hold it in an escrow account pending an appeal before the European Court of Justice.
The Alberta government plans to direct nearly $1.4 billion over the next seven years toward innovation in the oil and gas sector with the goal of reducing the carbon-emitting intensity of those industries while developing new ones.
Laurentian Bank of Canada says it found client misrepresentations in at least $89 million worth of mortgages it sold to another lender earlier this year, and will as a result buy back the loans where it found documentation issues.
A class-action lawsuit brought on behalf of investors against Valeant Pharmaceuticals Inc. will go to trial.
Ontario has announced significant reforms to the auto insurance industry in a bid to combat fraud and lower premiums, though critics say the plan will only make life more complicated for accident victims.
Canada’s trade deficit narrowed in October to $1.5 billion, a big decline after hitting a revised $3.4 billion the previous month, Statistics Canada reported Tuesday.