Retail sales figures continued to grow in July, according to the latest data from Statistics Canada, even as 17 per cent of retailers say strikes at BC ports affected sales.
The 10 rate hikes in the past year-and-a-half have left many Canadians feeling squeeze, but variable rate mortgage holders have perhaps felt the biggest pinch.
The reports finds Alberta would be entitled to more than half the assets of the CPP -- $334 billion -- if it were to exit the national retirement savings program…
Bill C-56, the Affordable Housing and Groceries Act, was introduced into Parliament on Thursday as the Liberals look to address cost of living concerns in Canada.
The Bank of Canada’s governing council worried that the decision to hold rates steady on Sept. 6 could be 'misinterpreted' as a sign that the rate tightening cycle was finished.
August's consumer price index figures mark the second consecutive month inflation has accelerated in Canada, even as grocery prices saw some relief.
The heads of Canada's biggest grocers met in Ottawa on Monday after the Liberal government summoned them to come up with a plan to 'stabilize' food inflation.
Indigo said on Monday that Heather Reisman will return as CEO after outgoing chief executive Peter Ruis announced his departure a couple weeks ago.
The S&P/TSX composite index was up 1.43 points at 20,569.27.
Canadian home prices are stabilizing heading into the fall, CREA said Friday, as higher interest rates cool demand among buyers and the level of new listings grows.