The gap between what Canada buys from the rest of the world and what it sells to it narrowed to $1.9 billion in January, down from $3.1 billion the previous month.
The Bank of Canada is not expected to change its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday morning. But that doesn't mean the central bank thinks the economy is humming along the way it normally would.
Some investors are scared to sink big money into the oilsands knowing there is uncertainty with how the oil can reach a buyer.
Top White House economic adviser Gary Cohn, a Wall Street banker who became a key architect of the 2017 tax overhaul and a bulwark against protectionist forces within the Trump administration, is resigning, the White House said on Tuesday.
WestJet Airlines must change its hiring strategy for the company's new bargain carrier, Swoop, an Air Line Pilots Association executive said on Tuesday, citing a recent Canadian labour board order.
Canada's aluminum and steel producers urged the federal government to stand firm on trade issues with the United States Tuesday, even after President Donald Trump dangled the possibility of lifting tariffs on those metals in exchange for a NAFTA agreement that is more favourable to his country.
U.S. federal prosecutors want Martin Shkreli to spend 15 years behind bars for his securities fraud conviction.
BlackBerry Ltd. has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram in U.S. Federal Court.
McDonald's is offering fresh beef rather than frozen patties in some burgers at thousands of restaurants, a switch it first announced about a year ago as it works to appeal to customers who want fresher foods.
One of the country's biggest retailers is betting bugs are the next big thing in Canadian cuisine as Loblaw says it is adding cricket powder to its lineup of President's Choice products.
Canada's largest real estate board says home sales in the Greater Toronto Area fell nearly 35 per cent year over year in February, as selling prices dropped more than 12 per cent.
The once-struggling town of Smiths Falls, Ont., took a chance on the marijuana industry, and it paid off. Now the town is betting on luxury canal boat rentals to attract international tourists. Millions of taxpayers' dollars helped sweeten the deal.
President Donald Trump's trade war comments are being dismissed by some Republicans as simply careless political talk. But they are contributing to a damaging realignment of America's global status.
As high spirits sweep across the U.S. oil and gas sector, Canadian players face pipeline and price problems.
Superior Court has appointed a litigation investigator to review $3 billion in payments made to Sears Canada shareholders, while the company's pension fund had a nearly $300 million shortfall.
Barry Zekelman, the Windsor, Ont.-area owner of a North American steel tube and pipe empire, is backing U.S. President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs and offering all employees a $1,000 annual bonus while the policy is in effect.