The price of a barrel of oil has fallen by about 20 per cent in the past month, a situation that would normally result in a comparable decline in the price consumers see when they fill up their cars with gasoline. But it hasn't.
One of the co-owners of Torstar Corp. says he is making "no apologies" for the way he runs the newspaper business after his business partner filed for a court order to wind up its parent company.
The Hudson's Bay Foundation and the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund have announced that net proceeds from the sale of HBC's famed striped wool blankets will now provide support for Indigenous cultural, artistic and educational activities through a newly launched initiative.
Financial incentives are helping Indigenous entrepreneurs move into non-traditional sectors such as fashion, IT, marketing and transportation. According to experts, that expansion is a key part of economic reconciliation, as outlined in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's calls to action.
Ontario's labour market is continuing to see a dire shortage of workers to fill job positions as the retail sector braces for a busy holiday season in coming months.
Two former eBay Inc security executives were sentenced to prison on Thursday for carrying out a campaign to harass and intimidate a Massachusetts couple through threats and disturbing home deliveries after their online newsletter drew the ire of the company's then-CEO.
The NATO military alliance warned Thursday it would retaliate for any attacks on the critical infrastructure of its 30 member countries and joined other Western officials in citing sabotage as the likely cause of damage to two natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea.
Canada's gross domestic product expanded by 0.1 per cent in July, besting expectations of an imminent decline, as growth in mining, agriculture and the oil and gas sector offset shrinkage in manufacturing.
A lot of Canadians only think about currencies in terms of what the loonie will buy when they are travelling or shopping online. But a soaring U.S. dollar and a fumbling British financial system are helping to raise the risks of a new kind of global financial crisis.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is offering an amnesty period for businesses affected by post-tropical storm Fiona.
Apotex Pharmaceutical Holdings Inc. has signed a deal to be acquired by U.S. private equity investment firm SK Capital Partners.
The Bank of Canada will start to publish summaries of what happened at its meetings to decide on monetary policy starting next year, after a report from the IMF suggested a few ways the bank could be more transparent about what it does.
Post-tropical storm Fiona is well on its way to be the costliest storm ever to hit Atlantic Canada, and most of its financial toll won't be covered by insurance.
Enbridge Inc. has signed a deal to sell a minority stake in seven pipelines in the Athabasca region of northern Alberta to a group of 23 First Nation and Métis communities for $1.12 billion.
European companies are ramping up security around pipelines and energy prices are climbing again as the suspected sabotage of two pipelines that deliver natural gas from Russia underscored the vulnerability of Europe's energy infrastructure, and prompted the EU to warn of possible retaliation.
As the cost of living soars in Canada, students are feeling the pinch like many others. Universities and student associations are doubling own on their efforts to help by offering food banks, "care cupboards" and buses to grocery stores.