Air Canada is among the top ten airlines in the world when it comes to earning so-called ancillary revenue — basically, money from all those extra fees — according to reports from a U.S. research company that tracks airline revenue.
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The argument that Saudi oil doesn't have a place in Canadian refineries makes little economic sense, but that's because it's not really about oil.
American Airlines has reached an agreement with its pilots union over premium pay for some December flights, both groups said on Friday, after a scheduling snafu gave too many pilots holiday time off and sent the airline scrambling to correct its mistake.
Holiday shoppers might have to fork over a little more for the evergreen scent of a natural Christmas tree this year as a shortage south of the border and increased demand for real trees put pressure on prices.
Appeal court rules against Toronto Real Estate Board in dispute over keeping housing sales data private
The Federal Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court decision ordering the largest real estate group in the country to make detailed financial information about home sales more open to the public.
Canada's manufacturers of brand name medicines have failed to invest 10 per cent of their annual sales into research and development as they have long promised. The industry earned a record $20 billion in 2016, yet spent just four per cent of that on in-house R&D in Canada.
Hudson's Bay Co. says it has reached an agreement with an activist investor to drop its opposition to an investment in the retailer by private equity firm Rhone Capital.
GM Canada says it will temporarily lay off employees at its Oshawa, Ont., works as it restarts a truck assembly line and scales back car production to address shifting American buyer preferences.
Bitcoin rebounded on Friday to hit the day's highs above $10,500 US, recovering from an earlier dip below $9,500 US, after the U.S. derivatives regulator said it would allow CME Group and CBOE Global Markets to list bitcoin futures.
The federal government should allow parents who want to help their offspring with the purchase of a home to tap into their retirement savings, says The Canadian Real Estate Association, which also wants the maximum withdrawal limit bumped up by $10,000.
The Canadian economy expanded at an annualized rate of 1.7 per cent in the third quarter of 2017 as weaker exports applied downward pressure on growth.
The Canadian economy added eight times more jobs than expected last month, Statistics Canada reports.
Canada will soon have what the government calls a "world leading" airline passenger rights bill. Marketplace talks to passengers and advocates and finds they aren't so sure.
A Court of Appeals ruling Friday could bring an end to a multi-year fight over who has access to data about how much homes sold for, information that realtors have fought long and hard to keep confidential in a practice that some critics say keeps consumers at a disadvantage.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, federal Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr and Kinder Morgan's Ian Anderson all appealed to the national identity as they spoke to a business audience in Vancouver. It's a message that's not convincing to everyone.
U.S. stocks powered to new highs on Wall Street, giving the Dow Jones industrials their biggest gain since March and putting them past 24,000 points for the first time.
The Canadian Transportation Agency has ruled Air Transat broke its agreement with passengers when it left them in two planes stranded on the tarmac at Ottawa International Airport in July.
American Airlines said Thursday that only a few hundred of its late December flights remain without pilots scheduled to fly the plane, a day after a union said more than 15,000 flights lacked a captain, co-pilot or both due to a scheduling glitch.