About 3,000 CN conductors, trainpersons and yard workers could walk off the job at midnight if a settlement isn’t reached between the union and the company.
Should Alberta withdraw from the Canada Pension Plan and create its own made-in-Alberta version? The experts weigh in.
Canada Goose's stock fell Wednesday as violent protests and political upheaval in Hong Kong led to a weaker performance at two of its stores.
With Boeing Co saying it hopes to return the 737 MAX to commercial service in January, some passengers are still wondering – is it safe?
Canada’s largest auto parts manufacturer cut its full-year financial outlook as the General Motors strike in the United States and lower global vehicle production dragged sales down.
Many Canadians say they will be keeping a close eye on their holiday spending this year, as concerns about high levels of debt weigh on some shoppers.
Alberta will lift some of the curtailment restrictions imposed on its oil industry and allow producers to ship more crude-by-rail, a move that is expected to provide a boost for Canadian railways.
Bombardier has sold its aerostructures division, a move that finalizes the company’s transformation away from commercial aviation to one focused on producing more profitable trains and private planes.
Sales at Tim Hortons were a weak spot amid otherwise stellar results for Restaurant Brands International, which also operates Burger King and Popeyes chains.
With the Liberals now in power, here’s a breakdown of the promises made during the 2019 Canadian federal election campaign and how those could potentially hit your wallet.
The Canadian election ended just as the English debate had gone a few weeks earlier – with the political leaders still trying to talk over each other.
The results are raising the question of what impact Premier Ford – or the Scheer campaign’s decision to avoid him on the trail – had on the Conservative’s showing in Ontario.
The People’s Party of Canada was handed what could prove to be a fatal blow on Monday, with the fledgling party’s leader Maxime Bernier losing his seat to his Conservative rival.
Canada’s privacy commissioner says Loblaw collected an “excess amount” of personal information from customers when it offered $25 gift cards following its involvement in the bread price-fixing scandal.
Aritzia is developing a strategy focusing on influencer marketing, a move that the clothing retailer hopes will help raise brand awareness as it continues to expand in the United States market.