Most of the manufacturing and all of the final assembly of the new cars will be done at Bombardier Transportation’s plant in La Pocatiere, northeast of Quebec City
Canada is finalizing the regulations for its carbon-pricing system for big industrial emitters
With the House of Representatives turning blue, the Senate remaining red, and U.S. politicians starkly divided over Trump’s protectionist policies, the fate of USMCA is up in the air
The online government retailer has received more than 1,000 complaints
The bill will pay tribute to Viola Desmond, who was dragged out of the Roseland Theatre by police, arrested, thrown in jail for 12 hours and fined on Nov. 8, 1946
The live critter was found in a package of bread at a Hamilton, Ont. grocery store
A cannabis company hopes to build a grow facility in Merritt, replacing jobs that were lost in a mill closure in Merritt, B.C.
A lack of pipeline capacity means Canadian oil can’t get to export markets, and it only has one customer, the U.S.
The four crew members suffered minor injuries and the plane was badly damaged when it slid 210 metres off the end of a Halifax runway
Without mentioning anyone by name at an event in Paris on Monday morning, Trudeau suggested there are politicians who are trying to use platforms like Twitter to foster polarization and controversy in the electorate