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Major North American stock markets pushed higher, with the Dow Jones and S&P 500 hitting record levels, as anticipation builds over the corporate policies of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump.
Starbucks, looking to the future as its longtime CEO moves to other projects, plans to open 12,000 new locations within five years to boost its number of coffee shops worldwide by almost 50 per cent.
The Bank of Canada is holding its benchmark interest rate at 0.5 per cent as it sees the stronger world economy continuing to face 'undiminished' uncertainty.
Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci met with key economists to look ahead to 2017, with the consensus being the worst is over for the provincial economy.
TransCanada Corp. says it's moving ahead with a $655-million expansion of its Nova Gas Transmission Ltd. system in northwestern Alberta.
The quarantine of cattle in a western Canada bovine tuberculosis outbreak continues to grow, even as no new confirmed cases of the disease have been found.
Real estate firm CBRE says Canada hit a record level for commercial real estate sales in the third quarter and is on track to beat an annual record set during the 2007 boom.
Winter jacket maker Moose Knuckles has reached a deal with the Competition Bureau regarding concerns over its advertising and labelling of certain parkas that are promoted as made-in-Canada.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees says its lawsuit against the Ontario premier and two cabinet ministers over the sale of Hydro One is finally headed to court.
The New Brunswick government will phase out coal as an electricity source under a new climate change plan that also puts a price on carbon.
The Toronto Stock Exchange pushed higher in late-morning trading despite a drop in energy stocks and oil prices.
Dollarama Inc. saw its third-quarter profit grow to nearly $110.1 million compared with nearly $100.1 million in the same quarter a year ago.
Thousands of Bangladeshi children who live in the capital's slums are working illegally for an average of 64 hours a week, with many employed by the garment industry making clothing for top global brands, according to a report released Wednesday.