The image of hundreds of Americans on inflatable rafts and makeshift platforms bobbing helplessly down the St. Clair River as strong winds pushed them towards the Canadian shore is one Peter Garapick isn't going to forget.
CALGARY — A group that represents oilfield service and supply companies asked Ottawa earlier this year to use equalization payments as leverage to get reluctant provinces onside with pipeline projects.
OSHAWA, Ont. — Just over a year ago, Corina and Joe Colacicco — both employees at the General Motors facility in Oshawa, Ont. — sold their house and bought a bigger one to accommodate their growing family.
VANCOUVER — Public outcry over British Columbia's sizzling real estate market pushed the province's Liberal government to introduce a foreign-buyers' tax last month, but uncertainty around the policy leaves little room for political manoeuvring before next year's el
HANGZHOU, China — International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland says British Prime Minister Theresa May has reaffirmed her government's post-Brexit support for Canada's free trade deal with the European Union.