Heiltsuk Nation given $250000 for spill compensation
A First Nation impacted by a fuel spill on the B.C. coast has received $250,000 from the company owning the tugboat that ran aground in its territory last week. The money was transferred to the Heiltsuk Nation on Wednesday afternoon from the U.S ...
Stormy weather puts diesel clean up operations on hold for sunken BC tug
Progress removing diesel from sunken BC tug
Salvage crews pumping diesel from sunken tug near Bella Bella
Toronto city council takes first step towards regulating Airbnb-style rentals
Accountability for short-rental platforms is key to developing regulations, says union-led group Fairbnb. Lis Pimentel of the Fairbnb coalition speaks to reporters in this 2014 file photo. Fairbnb is pushing for regulation of short-term rental ...
Toronto drafting Airbnb regulations as available units soar
Toronto proposes to propose regulations for Airbnb
City Council to take up Airbnb regulations
Chad Collins won't try for an LRT referendum after all
So much for a referendum on LRT in Hamilton. 'What happened now that everything's carved in stone and we have no say on anything?' - Maria Pearson, Ward 10 councillor. That's the view of Chad Collins, Ward 5 councillor, who is opposed to Hamilton's $1 ...
Metrolinx not counting on Bombardier for new LRT lines
Councillor Brenda Johnson Wrong to Break LRT Support Promise
Metrolinx to explore options outside Bombardier
Rideau St. closure related to sinkhole
The fallout from the massive sinkhole on Rideau St. continues. The city is shutting down the stretch of Rideau from Dalhousie St. to Sussex Ave. to all vehicles, starting Wednesday night at 8:00 pm. The move will allow crews to work around the clock to ...
Rideau Street closure causes slew of changes for bus routes
Sinkhole pain resurfaces as Rideau shut down till December
Stretch of Rideau closed until end of year for LRT work
Where Rogers' ousted CEO Guy Laurence could end up next
Now that Guy Laurence is out as president and chief executive of Rogers Communications – less than three years after he was hired – where does he go from here? Laurence may very well end up back across the pond, joining the ranks of British telecom ...
What New Leadership at Rogers Communications Inc. Means
Rogers tried to get Telus to release Joseph Natale from his non-compete agreement, sources say
Rogers reportedly undertook its quest to replace Guy Laurence seven months ago
Nalcor ordered to increase clearing at Muskrat Falls reservoir
After weeks of pressure and protests, the Newfoundland and Labrador government is ordering Nalcor to remove more forest cover at the Muskrat Falls reservoir to further address concerns surrounding methylmercury. But protesters in Labrador say it's not ...
More Muskrat clearing ordered
NL to remove more forest cover before flooding begins at Muskrat Falls
Don't whitewash police violence at Muskrat Falls
Bank of Canada was close to cutting interest rate Wednesday, Stephen Poloz reveals
Canadian PressBank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said the central bank "actively" discussed the possibility of adding more stimulus into the economy. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo? More. Comments · Tumblr · Pinterest · Reddit · Digg ...
Loonie erases gain as Poloz says BoC talked about more stimulus
Bank of Canada drops growth outlook, cites housing, 'structural' export declines
Bank of Canada surprises with dovish tilt after holding rates
Enbridge cutting 530 jobs in attempt to spur growth
The Globe and Mail
Hundreds of Enbridge Inc. employees lost their jobs on Wednesday as the Calgary-based firm slashed 5 per cent of its work force in a bid to boost growth and competitiveness in a difficult North American energy market. An Enbridge spokeswoman said about ...
Enbridge Inc cuts 530 jobs, 5 per cent of work force in Canada, U.S.
Enbridge cuts 5% of workforce, including 370 jobs in Canada
Hundreds out of work as Enbridge cuts five per cent of staff across operations
Oil hits 15-month high as Saudis say deal may extend to non-OPEC nations
The benchmark North American oil price gained more than three per cent to near $52 US a barrel on Wednesday, as new data showed U.S. crude stockpiles dropped by 5 million barrels last week and the Saudi oil minister hinted that other countries may be ...
The close: Canada stocks rise to highest since June 2015
Crude oil surges to highest price since July 2015
US crude surges 2.6% on EIA data to settle at $51.60, best close since July 2015
At midday: TSX rises with commodities
The Globe and Mail
Canada's main stock index gained on Wednesday as rising commodity prices helped energy and gold mining stocks push higher while railway stocks lagged. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd declined 0.5 per cent to $200.03 after the country's No. 2 railroad ...
Wall Street on track for best day this month; TSX gains in broad rally
TSX ends at 16-month high as resource stocks shine
North American stock markets make slight gains, loonie slips lower
Canada is among the four countries of the world who consistently attract the top tier of highly skilled immigrants, new research out of the World Bank suggests.