Air Canada joins Solvay Chemicals as Canadian companies guilty of price fixing schemes in 2010.
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Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney said today in a speech to the International Center for Monetary and Banking Studies in Geneva, Switzerland that Canada fared relatively well during the global crisis, as a result of good policy and, in retrospect,
Poynt Corporation, a leading provider of mobile local search services, today announced their Poynt Local Search application is available for Windows Phone 7 and was selected as a launch partner in Canada.
The price is right. Just as Ottawa blocks one foreign hostile takeover of a strategic natural resource, another multinational has swooped in and bought another.
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, the largest single-profession pension plan in Canada, and Borealis Infrastructure, the
Jim Prentice has cashed in his Minister of Environme
Everyone in Canada knows the news by now. Embattled Premier Gordon Campbell has resigned as British Columbia’s leader.
The Federal Government is expected to make a decision on whether to allow a hostile takeover of Potash by Australian-based BHP Billiton.
Liberal Industry, Science and Technology Critic Marc Garneau urged the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission and the federal government to set a minimum standard for 100% high-speed internet coverage by 2014.