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Britain's envoy to Canada says his country will push hard for the speedy approval of the Canada-EU free-trade agreement despite the Brexit referendum decision to leave the 28-country bloc.
Here are the top five stories that will move markets on Bay Street and beyond.
Finance officials of major economies have pledged to boost sluggish global economic growth and defend against the shockwaves of Britain's exit from the European Union.
With a chicken sandwich, hot coffee and donuts, aviation history was made Friday.
ConocoPhillips Canada says it plans to lay off 250 to 300 employees this September, with the vast majority of cuts coming from its Calgary head office.
The Quebec government and a private firm don't have to give nearly $13 million to Petrolia Inc. in their dispute over exploratory oil and gas drilling on Anticosti Island, a judge ruled Friday.
Home sales fell in Metro Vancouver for a fourth straight month in June, but aspiring homeowners shouldn't celebrate yet -- it's still a seller's market.
Their union says Air Transat flight attendants have voted in favour of a new contract with the Montreal-based company.
SkyWest Airlines, ExpressJet Airlines and their parent company have signed new 10-year, heavy-maintenance agreements with Bombardier Inc.
North American stock markets closed higher as lower oil prices and strong U.S. earnings results weighed on the Canadian dollar.
Canada's annual inflation rate held steady last month at a modest 1.5 per cent amid a welcomed cool-off in sizzling supermarket prices.
France's top court has ruled that International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde must stand trial in France over a 2008 arbitration ruling that handed 400 million euros to a politically-connected business magnate.
Britain's economy is contracting at its steepest pace since early 2009 as a result of the vote to leave the European Union, according to a survey published Friday.