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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a public inquiry isn't necessary now to get to the bottom of the SNC-Lavalin affair.
Samsung is expected to show off its newest smartphones Wednesday, the latest effort by a phone maker to come up with new features compelling enough to end a sales slump.
Devon Energy will sell its facilities in Alberta before the end of the year after operating in the oilsands for more than a decade.
The CRTC says an inquiry has confirmed allegations Canada's telecommunications industry used unacceptable sales practices that misled consumers and harmed vulnerable members of the public.
Canada's biggest banks are set to report on what has traditionally been the strongest quarter of the year, but market volatility and slower mortgage growth during the period could weigh on their latest results.
A growing number of companies are building their business models around the selfie, attracting people with destinations that beg visitors to take out the phone and snap away.
The Alberta government has once again intervened in the energy sector, signing contracts to spend $3.7 billion to ship more oil out of the province by rail, but industry experts say the plan is risky.
A top Canadian law firm has beaten out several others that jockeyed to represent people with money tied up in a cryptocurrency exchange that became frozen after the mysterious death of its founder in India.
Stéphane Roy, a former vice-president of SNC-Lavalin, was facing charges of fraud and bribing a foreign public official in connection with the company's dealings with the regime of the late Libyan dictator, Moammar Gadhafi.
Defunct engineering firm Dessau will pay $1.9 million in a settlement over bid-rigging on public contracts in Quebec, says Canada's competition watchdog.
TransCanada Corp restarted a section of the Keystone oil pipeline on Tuesday, following a leak in Missouri earlier this month, company spokesman Terry Cunha said.
Walmart defied a gloomy U.S. retail sales report for December, with sales up 4.2 per cent from a year earlier at its U.S. namesake stores in the fourth quarter. It said net sales in Canada increased 1.5 per cent in the fourth quarter compared to a year earlier.
The Alberta government has signed contracts with Canadian National and Canadian Pacific to lease 4,400 rail cars to take oilsands crude to American and international markets.
Payless Shoes is going into creditor protection in the U.S. and Canada, and will likely close its about 2,500 stores in North America.
The United States and China resume talks Tuesday aimed at ending a fight over Beijing's technology ambitions ahead of a deadline for a massive U.S. tariff hike.
A Vancouver Island First Nation says it is "deeply disappointed" that a Vancouver-based liquefied natural gas company has pulled out of a planned LNG development just months after it was announced as a major milestone.
New subsidies for families and the elimination of interest on students loans were the big announcements in what was primarily a status-quo budget delivered by the B.C. government on Tuesday.
Netflix is setting up a dedicated production hub in Toronto, which film and TV creators hope will provide new opportunities for local talent.
Climate change should not be a left-right issue, but by refusing to tackle the issue, the U.S. president has given the Democrats plenty of room to manoeuvre.