New rules aimed at cracking down on the mortgage market will result in 100,000 people failing a stress test of their finances, and about half of them will be blocked from buying a home, according to a new report by a mortgage industry group.
The Bank of Montreal posted a quarterly profit of $1.2 billion in the fourth quarter, a drop of 9 per cent from last year's level.
In September the Bank of Canada shocked markets with a rate rise after GDP jumped. Could last week's jobs numbers make them do it again?
The big breakthroughs in Canada's new wireless code are a ban on cellphone unlocking fees and a rule that teenage users cannot give permission for extra data or roaming charges. Other changes include a 15-day trial on any contract and rules to make contracts understandable.
You don't need to be wealthy to live in a green dream home. Affordable housing providers are pioneering the design and construction of some of Canada's greenest apartment buildings and renting the units to people with disabilities for less than $500 a month.
The company says the deal is subject to Health Canada approving Shoppers Drug Mart's application to sell medical marijuana.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has filed charges against a Quebec firm that deals in a cryptocurrency called PlexCoin.
Britain and the European Union were close to an agreement over their Brexit divorce on Monday, until talks fell apart over the issue of the Irish border.
The number of new cars and light trucks sold in Canada last month dipped lower compared with a year ago, according to sales figures compiled by DesRosiers Automotive Consultants.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trade minister, François-Philippe Champagne, insisted during an interview Sunday that issues remained to be worked out. But few people were buying the line. Most business leaders, diplomats and political pundits thought this week's trip to China would produce an announcement.
American Airlines and other carriers are cracking down on so-called "smart luggage" that comes equipped with GPS technology and in some cases even a motor, as the lithium ion batteries in the cases can present a fire risk.
With a series of high-profile workplace sexual harassment scandals on their minds, employers are making sure their holiday office parties don't become part of the problem.
A U.S. regulator's preliminary investigation into the biggest oil pipeline spill this year has raised a red flag that could trigger an extensive and costly inspection of tens of thousands of miles of underground energy lines.
Drugstore operator CVS is making a US $69 billion offer for insurer Aetna as it tries to position itself as a one-stop shop for Americans' health care needs with prescription drugs, clinics and insurance plans to cover those goods and services.
CBC News has obtained an internal document showing that Trudeau government officials are ready to compromise with the Trump administration over counterfeit goods. It's a turnabout from the previous Conservative government, which stood firm against the same U.S. demands.
In Canada, the low cost of generating new power is no short-term bargain.
Canadians love to hate the country's biggest banks. But amid the seething over high fees and aggressive sales tactics, many forget that just about all of us own bank stocks, whether we think we do or not.
The Quebec government will announce on Monday details of its $36-million plan to support the province's beleaguered newspaper industry.
Members of Unifor Marine Workers Local 1 who work at the Halifax Shipyard are voting this afternoon on whether to give their negotiating team a strike mandate.