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Average price soars above $1.16 per litre because of extensive flooding in Houston
Federal calculations follow deal last year to increase Canadians’ retirement benefits
Sears Canada is undergoing a rebranding, following the closure of 59 locations across the country
Roughly 2,900 jobs expected to be lost, amid restructuring.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. has tempered its rosy outlook for Red Deer’s residential construction sector, but continues to forecast an increase in housing starts both this year and next.
If you’re employed by Scott Builders Inc. or Agriculture Financial Services Corporation, you might consider yourself fortunate.
OTTAWA — The official data shows Canada has long recovered from the recession.
MONTREAL — The OECD says government negotiators from aircraft producing countries like Canada have agreed in principle to new rules governing export credits for commercial aircraft.
Work on an 11,000-square-foot Rexall Pharmacy store in Sylvan Lake is expected to begin shortly.
CALGARY — The National Energy Board has given the green light to the Mackenzie Valley natural gas pipeline after a drawn-out regulatory process.
Heritage Chrysler Ltd. emerged as the big winner at the Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce’s 2010 awards gala — big, at least, in terms of business size.
CALGARY — The rescue of the trapped Chilean miners was watched across Canada on Wednesday night by people who prayed it would end safely and by people close to the ordeal.
Canada’s once reliable consumer is emerging as a weak link in the country’s economic recovery and future growth prospects.
Canadian housing starts fell in July for the third straight month and home prices rose less than anticipated in June, according to new reports that reinforced signs of a dampening trend in the housing market that is expected to continue into next year.