Sales rise in 14 of 21 industries, giving the sector its biggest gain since July 2011.
After weak employment report, rate hikes are likely further away than previously thought.
Butane taps freer flowing oil.
Steelworkers union calls for minister of human resources and skills development to resign over job outsourcing scandal.
For Canada, that means launching trade talks with Europe, India, Japan and others, including the TransPacific Partnership.
Business Outlook Survey suggests Canadian companies plan to ratchet down on investment plans, keep hiring modest.
Protects Canada’s largest corporations and deals against 45 million potential cyber events each week.
Harris-Decima consumer confidence index remains stable.
Canadian growth lagging behind several G7 countries, including the US, Japan Germany.
Small business tax will be reduced to 3% in January 2014.
Annual inflation rate jumps 0.7 percentage points, a bigger increase than economists had expected.
Up to 80% of fossil fuel reserves are “unburnable carbon” that can’t be safely combusted without catastrophic climate change.
Leaked information about tariff reductions may have allowed insiders to manipulate markets, the NDP charges.
Canada has too many eggs in the US basket, and efforts to diversify are too narrowly focused, according to Mari Pangestu.
The new program would see more control handed to the private sector.