Skip to content
Join our Newsletter

Top Stories

S&P/TSX composite ends lower on Friday, U.S. stock markets mixed

S&P/TSX composite ends lower on Friday, U.S. stock markets mixed

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index closed down on Friday while U.S. markets were mixed as investors eyed issues in Europe and pulled back after a week of big tech gains. The S&P/TSX composite index ended lower by 59.01 points at 21,639.
Airports demand millions in unpaid fees from defunct Lynx Air

Airports demand millions in unpaid fees from defunct Lynx Air

Airports are knocking on Lynx Air's cabin door to demand $4.1 million in unpaid fees and debt from the defunct discount carrier, which already faces more than $200 million in claims from creditors.
Nano Nuclear targets mine sites for micro-reactors

Nano Nuclear targets mine sites for micro-reactors

Vancouver CEO of Nano Nuclear explains unique business model
Statistics Canada reports wholesale sales up 2.4% in April

Statistics Canada reports wholesale sales up 2.4% in April

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says wholesale sales, excluding petroleum, petroleum products, and other hydrocarbons and excluding oilseed and grain, rose 2.4 per cent to $83.3 billion in April.
B.C. politicians ask for audit of $3.86 billion North Shore water treatment plant

B.C. politicians ask for audit of $3.86 billion North Shore water treatment plant

VANCOUVER — A group of local politicians from B.C.'s Lower Mainland are asking the provincial auditor general to investigate how the cost of a wastewater treatment plant could balloon to $3.86 billion.
AI to revolutionize work as humanoid robots loom on the horizon

AI to revolutionize work as humanoid robots loom on the horizon

Skilled, humanoid robots may be able to help fill jobs and address challenges created by declining fertility rates and shrinking populations globally
Richmond to explore pilot program for extending nightlife hours

Richmond to explore pilot program for extending nightlife hours

Zodiac Karaoke and Pub's application to extend opening hours until 3 a.m. was rejected.
Bank CEOs push back on MP calls to reduce oil and gas funding

Bank CEOs push back on MP calls to reduce oil and gas funding

The CEOs of Canada's five biggest banks stuck to the message that they're committed to help in the energy transition as they were questioned by a parliamentary committee Thursday about their impacts on climate change.
Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, Eby says companies can 'suck it up'

Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, Eby says companies can 'suck it up'

Uber said the changes would make the ride-share expense rate in B.C. 50 per cent higher than the comparable rate in California.
Zero-emission vehicle registrations jump 53 per cent in the first quarter: StatCan

Zero-emission vehicle registrations jump 53 per cent in the first quarter: StatCan

OTTAWA — Significantly more Canadians were driving zero-emissions vehicles in the first quarter compared with a year ago. Statistics Canada says zero-emission vehicle registrations jumped 53 per cent in the first quarter year-over-year.