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Chinese stocks led a slump in Asian markets on Wednesday as the sell-off in Shanghai intensified and Greece's future in the euro remained highly uncertain.
The Quebec government says it will ask the province's top court to rule on the constitutionality of Ottawa's plan to create a national securities regulator.
The British Columbia government has granted approval for the first phase of construction to start on the massive Site C hydroelectric dam project on the Peace River.
Canada's trade deficit grew to $3.34 billion in May from $3.0 billion in April, increasing chances the Bank of Canada will cut its key interest rate next week, economists said Tuesday.
An energy company with a history of pipeline problems has been fined and warned by Alberta's regulator for a 2013 spill that sent millions of litres of salty water into the muskeg.
A New York ratings company has affirmed Ontario's debt rating at AA- and says the rating outlook for the province is stable.
Toronto home sales hit a new record in June 2015, as the average sale price reached $639,184.
The federal government is sidestepping a UN panel's request to explain how Canadian mining and resource companies deal with human rights complaints.
The world's largest cruise company could be heading to Cuba. Starting in May, Carnival Corp. plans to offer trips from Miami to the Caribbean island nation, the company announced Tuesday.
With a drop in commodity prices and ongoing market volatility in Europe, Canada's economy is vulnerable to 'external factors,' Finance Minister Joe Oliver says.
Alberta's Crown-owned bank says the province's economy remains in the doldrums, but it is not expecting a recession this year.
HSBC has fired six employees who staged a mock Islamic State group-style killing during a team-building exercise.
Food maker General Mills announced a major move toward cage-free eggs Tuesday as part of an updated animal welfare policy that now extends throughout its global supply chain.