Canadian exports of crude oil by rail are bouncing back after falling to an eight-year low in July.
U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil Corp said on Wednesday it plans to reduce up to 300 positions in Canada as part of an ongoing cost-cutting plan due to a coronavirus-driven slump in oil prices.
Calgary-based Imperial Oil Ltd. says it will lay off about 200 of its 6,000 employees as part of a cost-cutting initiative.
The top pick out of eight Canadians on a short list to appear on the next $5 bill is Marathon of Hope icon Terry Fox, according to a survey released on Wednesday.
German media group Bertelsmann said on Wednesday that it would purchase U.S. publisher Simon & Schuster for more than $2 billion US in cash from ViacomCBS, strengthening its presence in the United States, its second-largest market.
Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group says the sale of the company is complete and it has emerged from bankruptcy protection.
The Canadian company accused the state of overstepping its bounds, arguing that Enbridge's Line 5 was under the sole regulatory jurisdiction of the U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
Small businesses in Toronto and Peel Region say it's not fair that they should be closed for in-person shopping while big-box stores can sell all manner of goods — from clothing to books to tech gadgets — if they happen to also sell essential products such as groceries.
Bitcoin has crashed through its previous U.S. dollar high, but inexperienced Canadian buyers could get their fingers burned — again — from wild swings.
Brewmasters in London, Ont. are getting the recipe to two iconic beers when production of Stella Artois and Corona moves to the city's Labatt production plant.
Canadians who lost loved ones in a deadly crash on a Boeing 737 Max plane in 2019 told MPs today that the aircraft should remain grounded in Canada, even though the U.S. has cleared it to fly again.
Two of Canada’s closest allies have detailed how and when vaccines will be distributed to citizens desperate to be inoculated against the deadly novel coronavirus. Canada, by comparison, has been largely silent on how promising vaccine candidates will be deployed here after Health Canada regulators give the green light.
International air travel could come booming back next year but with a new rule: Travellers to certain countries must be vaccinated against the coronavirus before they can fly.
The Canada Energy Regulator says reaching net-zero emissions over the next 30 years will require a much more aggressive transition away from oil and gas.
GolfNorth says it will be keeping its courses open through the winter. Based on the response they have received so far, people are looking forward to teeing off, even in the snow.
NAV Canada, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, is considering cutting air traffic controllers jobs at seven towers across Canada in an effort to save money as the global health crisis continues to pummel air traffic.
Despite court order, landlords still trying to reclaim luxury homes turned into illegal rooming houses
A few Toronto-area landlords are still trying to reclaim their luxury homes even though an Ontario Superior Court judge voided their leases two months ago, and ordered their mutual tenant to shut down the illegal rooming houses he created at a dozen properties.
General Motors will recall about seven million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.
The Canada Revenue Agency says it's warning about 213,000 Canadians who may have been paid twice through the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) program that they could be called upon to repay the money.
A panel of human rights experts working with the United Nations said Monday that former Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn was wrongly detained in Japan and has urged "compensation" for him from the Japanese government.