The decline in the number of Canadian television subscribers and the growth in households that are either cord cutters or have never been traditional TV subscribers is accelerating, according to a new report.
Metrolinx can't just tear up its $770-million contract with Bombardier for light rail vehicles, a Toronto judge has ruled.
The biggest airline in the Middle East says it will offer fewer flights to the U.S. starting now, a direct response to dwindling demand following new U.S. rules banning electronics in the cabin on flights from certain destinations.
Loblaw is selling its network of 213 gas stations and attached convenience stores to a unit of TSX-listed Brookfield Business Partners for $540M.
With the one year anniversary of the wildfire a few weeks away and another hot summer approaching, oil and gas companies are working to improve their protection and response in case of another monumental fire.
Parkland Fuel Corp. says it will pay $1.46 billion to acquire Chevron Canada's fuel business, including 129 gas stations in the Vancouver area and a refinery in Burnaby, B.C.
Subway has filed a defamation lawsuit against the CBC alleging reports about the sandwich chain's chicken have caused it to suffer significant sales losses. Subway is seeking $210 million in damages.
As some Toronto-area homeowners cash out of their ultra-valuable houses, a Tuesday meeting between federal, provincial, and municipal leaders resulted in no major actions to address the scorching hot real estate market in the Greater Toronto Area.
A senior Bank of Canada official says while the country's poised to reap economic benefits from technological progress — it must prepare for painful "side effects" like job losses and greater income inequality.
CEO of United Airlines says no one will be fired over the dragging of a man off a plane — including himself.
The International Monetary Fund is forecasting that Canada's gross domestic product will grow by 1.9 per cent this year, unchanged from its previous forecasts in October and January
A family-run winery in B.C. is going up against supermarket giant Loblaw in a trademark battle over the name of its award-winning vintage dry wine.
Montreal-based printing company Transcontinental Inc. said Tuesday it is putting its 93 local and regional newspapers in Quebec and Ontario up for sale.
U.S. President Donald Trump is planning to sign an executive order that seeks to make changes to a visa program that brings in high-skilled workers.
Canadian home prices continue to march higher, with the average up to $548,517 last month. The national figure continues to be skewed higher by hot activity in and around Toronto.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau will meet with his Ontario provincial counterpart Charles Sousa and Toronto Mayor John Tory on Tuesday to discuss a housing affordability crisis that realtors say is caused by lack of supply and pushing would-be homeowners farther and farther away from downtown in their zeal to buy.
Mavis Ure describes the experience as a "crazy, crazy, crazy day" when she and her newborn twins were forced to leave the hospital as a wildfire roared toward Fort McMurray nearly a year ago.