Shaw, Videotron join industry concern over CRTC’s new wholesale broadband rates

TORONTO — Shaw Communications Inc. and Videotron join major Canadian telecom companies that have expressed concern over the CRTC's decision to lower the prices that smaller internet providers...

42 operators chosen to apply for Ontario pot store licences in second lottery

TORONTO — Ontario has selected 42 operators who can apply to run cannabis shops in the province. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario — which...

Inflation hits Bank of Canada 2% target for second straight month

OTTAWA — Canadian annual inflation came in at two per cent in July to hit the Bank of Canada's ideal target for a second straight...

Millennials top boomers in debt while Gen X still owe the most: TransUnion

TORONTO — TransUnion says a spike in borrowing over the past year has led millennials to overtake boomers in total debt holdings as part of...

Ethics committee to decide whether to dig deeper into SNC-Lavalin report

OTTAWA — A handful of MPs will be back on Parliament Hill on Wednesday to decide whether to dig more deeply into the federal...

Lottery for next wave of Ontario cannabis stores being held today

TORONTO — Ontario is holding its second lottery to select operators hoping to run cannabis shops in the province. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario...

Key sectors weigh on stocks in Toronto, U.S. stock markets also lower

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index fell in late-morning trading as the key energy, financial and industrial sectors all lost ground. The S&P/TSX composite index...

Province providing funding to municipalities to combat illegal cannabis market

Province announces third round of funding to support implementation of recreational cannabis Ontario is partnering with municipalities to combat the illegal cannabis market and keep...

Canadian banks to report ‘solid’ quarter amid trade tensions, strong employment

TORONTO — Trade uncertainty may weigh on the Canadian banks' upcoming financial results, but strong employment numbers on both sides of the border and a continued...

Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales fell 1.2 per cent in June

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales fell 1.2 per cent to $58 billion in June, led lower by a drop in the petroleum...