Scheer says pipeline protests ‘illegal,’ tells Trudeau to order RCMP enforcement

OTTAWA — It is time for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to order the RCMP to end the "illegal" blockades of vital rail links, says...

TSX inches higher despite losses for key energy and materials sectors

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index resumed its upward trend in late morning trading despite decreases in the key energy and materials sectors. The S&P/TSX...

CREA reports home sales up 11.5 per cent compared with a year earlier

OTTAWA — The Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales rose 11.5 per cent in January compared with a year earlier to reach the...

Ontario Power Generation, Hydro One create Ivy electric vehicle charging network

TORONTO — Two of Ontario's biggest utilities have formed a new company to create a province-wide fast-charger network for electric vehicles. The Ivy Charging Network is...
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CPP Investment Board posts 3.6 per cent rate of return for its third quarter

TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says it earned a return of 3.6 per cent during its most recent quarter, after expenses. Net assets...

Flower-lovers tackle waste, push industry towards sustainable measures

TORONTO — Julia Zini loves to give and receive flowers for any occasion, but for the first time she's reconsidering whether to buy a...

CN shuts down eastern rail network in Canada, Via service

TORONTO — Protesters who are blocking railway lines forced CN Rail to shut down its train network in eastern Canada on Thursday, the railroad...

Feds open air-traveller complaint inquiry over claims airlines mislead about delays

OTTAWA — The Canadian Transportation Agency has announced an inquiry under new passenger-rights rules after receiving multiple complaints from travellers about flight delays. The investigation...

Ontario minister calls for feds to meet protesters blocking key rail line

TORONTO — Ontario's Indigenous affairs minister says his federal counterpart needs to meet with activists blocking a key rail line today in order to...

Minister offers to meet chiefs over cross-country anti-pipeline protests

OTTAWA — Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller has offered to meet with three Indigenous leaders, saying their protests against a pipeline in northern British Columbia...

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