Canada staying out of U.S. ratification fight over new NAFTA, Leslie says

OTTAWA — After pushing American politicians hard to try to salvage the old North American Free Trade Agreement, Canada is leaving it up to...

Toronto stock market edges higher, while U.S. stocks fall; loonie down

TORONTO — Gains in the materials and financials sectors helped Canada's main stock index edge higher in late-morning trading, while U.S. stock markets headed...

Indigo Q3 earnings ‘severely hurt’ by Canada Post strike, says retailer’s CEO

TORONTO — Indigo Books and Music Inc. said the one-month Canada Post strike last fall "severely hurt" third-quarter earnings, contributing to a roughly 50 per cent drop...

North American stock markets trade higher, loonie edges down against U.S. dollar

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index headed higher in late-morning trading, boosted by the industrial, technology and consumer staple sectors. The S&P/TSX composite index was...
Terry Sheehan at Algoma Steel

Sault MP Terry Sheehan Disappointed in Conservative Provincial Government Time Wasting Political Games

Today, the Ontario Trade Minister, Todd Smith called on Ottawa to drop retaliatory tariffs against the United States. “The Ford Government’s call for Canada to...

Three more bank mutual fund subsidiaries face potential class action cases

TORONTO — Subsidiaries of three more Canadian banks face potential class action lawsuits regarding trailing commissions paid to discount brokerages by mutual funds. The actions allege the...

Ottawa says Ontario’s call to drop retaliatory tariffs would mean ‘surrender’

TORONTO — Ottawa is dismissing a call from Ontario's economic development minister to drop retaliatory tariffs against the United States, saying doing so would...

Feds paid on high end for Trans Mountain pipeline, spending watchdog says

OTTAWA — Canada's parliamentary budget watchdog says the Liberal government paid the "sticker price" when it bought the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan...

Statistics Canada reports economy contracted 0.1 per cent in November

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says real gross domestic product decreased by 0.1 per cent in November. The decrease partly offset an increase of 0.3 per...

Energy sector weighs on Toronto stocks, while U.S. stocks surge higher

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index crept lower in late-morning trading despite gains in the energy sector amid stronger oil prices. The S&P/TSX composite index...

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