Britain announced new post-Brexit immigration rules Tuesday that will make it tougher for European Union citizens, but easier for people from many other nations, to move to the U.K. starting next year.
CN Rail is laying off about 450 workers in its operations in Eastern Canada after cancelling more than 400 trains in the past week over a rail blockade protesting an LNG pipeline in British Columbia.
A proposal from Canada's telecom regulator runs the risk of making it harder for the country's regional carriers to compete with the three national carriers, possibly resulting in higher overall wireless prices for consumers, the Competition Bureau said Tuesday.
In a major legal defeat for the Russian government, a Dutch appeals court on Tuesday reinstated an international arbitration panel's order that it should pay US$50 billion compensation to shareholders in former oil company Yukos.
The federal government is changing the stress test rate for insured mortgages starting April 6 that experts say should make it marginally easier for some buyers to purchase their first home, or owners refinancing their existing mortgages.