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Federal officials are proposing changes to national beer standards that would widen the number of ingredients permitted in a pint and force brewers to list every ingredient on a can or bottle. Even the Canadian definition of "beer" would change.
Manulife Financial Corp. said Thursday it plans to cut about 700 jobs in Canada over the next 18 months as it moves to digitize and combine some of its operations.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says the United States needs to make it harder for its trading partners to have high trade barriers in order to achieve President Donald Trump's ultimate goal of lower barriers and a level playing field.
Intel Corp. chief executive Brian Krzanich resigned on Thursday after a probe found a consensual relationship with an employee violated company policy.
A Calgary judge has awarded Dow Chemical Canada $1.06 billion in damages against Nova Chemicals Corporation in a dispute over a massive ethylene plant in central Alberta.
Another of Canada’s largest business groups is warning that Ottawa needs to act now to lower corporate taxes or risk a continued exodus of investment and jobs to the United States.
The head of the association representing pollsters in this country says in this era of social movements such as #MeToo, it's time for the industry to rethink its approach to probing for opinions on delicate topics.
Canada's main stock index closed at a record high Wednesday, boosted by a broad-based rally on the market.
Instagram has unveiled a new expansion, dubbed IGTV, which will increase the time limit on videos from one minute to 10 minutes for most users. Accounts with large audiences will be able to distribute programs lasting up to an hour.
Prior to the policy being reversed, major U.S. airlines told the White House that they didn't want to participate in any transportation of migrant children who were separated from their parents at border crossings.
Disney is offering more than $71 billion US for Fox's entertainment businesses in a counterbid to Comcast's nearly $66 billion US offer .
More private documents from the Panamanian law firm at the centre of one of the biggest-ever leaks of financial records have been exposed, showing how enraged its clients were, global media outlets are revealing today.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today that Canadians will be able to consume marijuana recreationally without criminal penalties starting on Oct. 17, 2018 — many months later than the government's initial target date.
Canada's second largest cannabis company plans to place its U.S. assets into a new separate company that will focus on investing in the cannabis and real estate sector there.
Markets are showing early signs of worry Trump won't back down on trade. A look at why reaction has been muted so far, and what could change that.
The company that took over Sears Canada's pension plan says former employees have been getting paid too much — and now they have to pay it back.
Canada's low-cost air travel market will get a bit more crowded tomorrow as WestJet's discount line, Swoop, takes to the skies.
The recent tariff dispute between Canada and U.S. has sparked a renewed social media call to boycott stores carrying Trump family merchandise.