New technology installed along B.C. highways allow for variable speed limits and are intended to reduce crashes.
Quebec’s French Language Charter stipulates public signs, posters and commercial advertising must be in French only, but the provincial government says vanity plates are considered personal and non-commercial
Ford Explorer exhaust odours have sparked a request for a recall on 1.35 million Ford Explorer SUVs. The Center for Auto Safety is investigating
The unemployment rate moved up last month despite the addition of new jobs because nearly 76,000 more people entered the workforce
Canadian businesses and organizations in the manufacturing sector secured $46.1M in government grants, contributions and incentives from federal and provincial programs this June. Can your business benefit?
A spokesman for the Transportation Safety Board of Canada said the train was going about 50 km an hour when it hit a section of track that had washed out
A Toronto Transit Commission spokesman says the defect, a welding issue, poses no safety risk
The business outlook survey indicator increased to its highest level since the second quarter of 2011, but almost all of the interviews with firms for the survey were done before the U.S. announcement of metals tariffs
Activity in the manufacturing sector rose 0.8 per cent
BRP Inc., the maker of Ski-Doo snowmobiles and Sea-Doo watercraft, has acquired Alumacraft Boat, a Minnesota-based firm with more than 250 employees in two U.S. locations and a network of dealers around the world