WestJet's ultra-low cost carrier Swoop takes flight June 20, and here's everything you need to know.
Statistics Canada reported on Thursday that new home prices in Canada remained flat in April for the second consecutive month. But that’s a national average – what you get for your money still varies widely depending on which part of the country you’re looking in. In this week’s look at million-dollar
Canada's dairy producers and processors are anxiously waiting to see the results of the latest trade standoff.
The Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA) breaks the airport limousine monopoly with a ride sharing pilot project Tuesday that allows passengers travelling to and from Toronto Pearson to request rides through Uber and Lyft. Passengers can now request for an UberX, UberXL or catch a Lyft from the airport
Cryptocurrency is proving to be exceptionally easy to steal for hackers, and there are few measures in place right now to prevent it.
On June 11, Starbucks Canada will be shutting 1.100 locations across the country for inclusiveness training at 2:30 p.m. local time.
As consumers demand for a more 'digital-centric' experience, Canada's top retail banks compete to deliver the best mobile banking apps. J.D. Power scores banks out of 1000 based on customer satisfaction and RBC tops the list for the second consecutive year. “As mobile apps rapidly become
Marijuana stocks took a hit on Friday following the passing of the recreational marijuana legislation by the Senate.
We reached out to some of Ontario's leading economic experts and asked one (not so) simple question: What impact will Doug Ford's win have on Ontario's economy?
If you’re in the market for a million-dollar home, which is more important: space or location? This week, we look at a sprawling property in Rural Sturgeon County, Alta., which is big enough to fit these properties in Surrey, B.C. and Toronto, Ont. inside. Which would you choose? All listings courtesy
UBS has released its annual index of the priciest cities to live in around the world. The full report includes 77 cities ranked from most to least costly. The prices include rent and food for a family of three.Watch the video to find out the top 10.
When you’ve got $1 million to spend on a new home, one of the things you may want is a beautiful beach view. Lucky for you, all of this week’s homes include a view of a lake or ocean — how much of it you can see varies. This week, we look at homes in Toronto, Ont., Conception Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador
MEI and the Fraser Institute, along with businesses and industry experts, say the government made the wrong choice in buying Kinder Morgan's pipeline.
For the first time, China now has two of the world's Top 10 Most Valuable Brands, according to the BrandZ ranking. According to the report, the companies in the BrandZ portfolio outperform the S&P 500 Index. The list is determined by combining consumer research and financial analysis, covering two
The unbanked credit card from Brim Financial makes some steep promises, and so far, no one has seen them come to fruition.
U.S.-based cannabis company MedMen is listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange on Tuesday, and they're hardly the first American pot company to do so.
The latest report out of CIBC Capital Markets suggests that we could see a loonie around US$0.71 in the 2020s.
Ottawa's decision to block Aecon's sale to CCCC this week caused the company stock to plunge, but it's hardly the first time the government intervened in business dealings.
Gas prices are on the rise again. Here's when you're likely to see lower prices, and why prices seem to vary depending when and where you fill up.
CIBC said on its earnings call that new mortgages are expected to halve for the latter half of 2018, as the full ramifications of new mortgage rules are felt. But if you’re interested in forging ahead with the buying process anyway, and have $1 million to spend, we’ve found some houses for you. This
If you thought that home prices were bad enough on their own, just wait until you hear how much more you’re paying in regulatory fees. New research from C.D. Howe found that on average, Canadians who bought in the hottest real estate markets paid an average of $229,000 extra between 2007 and 2016 because