The preferred share market has been battered by the rapid rise in interest rates, but that has also created some solid entry points, money managers say.
A recession or a weakeningmacroeconomic backdrop was the most widely-cited downside risk over the next six to 12 months.
Air Canada flights across the country were delayed on Thursday, the second time in the span of a week that a technical issue has created widespread delays in the airline's system.
Scotiabank has warned that high borrowing costs and stubborn inflation could limit EV sales in the country.
Bond experts weigh in on the best ways retail investors can add fixed income exposure to their portfolio.
Canada’s economy grew 3.1 per cent annually in the first quarter of the year, Statistics Canada said on Wednesday, a stronger increase than what analysts or the Bank of Canada expected.
The surge in interest rates has pushed ownership costs higher, outpacing monthly average rents.
Morning Consult ranks top global brands based on net trust scores, meaning the share of consumers who trust brands minus the share of those who distrust the brand.
It's one of the reasons why the lender is sitting on the bench instead of hunting for potential deals in the regional bank sector.
Some 30 per cent of Canadians are overwhelmed by their debt load "and don't know what to do about it," the poll found.
Air Canada says the its system is now returning to normal, with some delays.
S&P Global Commodity Insights now sees oilsands production reaching 3.7 million barrels per day by 2030.
The support for Patrick Doyle's compensation plan came despite negative recommendations from two major proxy advisory firms.
Many Canadians spend their lives building wealth, and that's why it's so important to shield it from the tax man upon death.
Ford has dismissed EV purchase subsidies as a benefit for “millionaires,” instead shifting his government's focus to boosting Ontario’s appeal as a hub for electric vehicle and battery manufacturing.
"We're doubling down on payments," Lightspeed Commerce's CEO said.
Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Newfoundland and Labrador will see the highest increased costs, according to the PBO
Two proxy advisory firms have recommended Restaurant Brands International shareholders vote against the company’s US$116.7 million compensation plan for executive chairman Patrick Doyle.
Energy Aspects sees global oil demand growing by 1.5 million barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2023, led by China’s reopening.
With structural factors impacting inflation, the head of Canada's second-largest insurer says rate cuts will be hard to come by.
Grocery store prices were up 9.1 per cent in April, slowing increases from 9.7 per cent in March.
Many homeowners will face risks when it comes time to renew their mortgage, but newer variable-rate borrowers will face the biggest shock of all, the analysis says.
The acceleration in prices is the first in Canada since June 2022.
40 per cent of investors said they have had a less-than-seamless experience with their brokerages.
The once-ultra popular variable rate mortgage is still being shunned by buyers and likely won't see demand rebound until rates fall, the report says.