Experts expected wage growth to rise due to the tightened labour market, but it has dropped every month since its May peak 3.9 per cent, to well below inflation
The federal law legalizing cannabis consumption sets the minimum age at 18 but gives provinces the power to increase it
A ceremony at Washington National Cathedral will cap three days of remembrance
After the high profile arrest of Nissan’s chairman, questions are being raised about corporate culture and a lack of oversight in Japan, which could be leading to bad behaviour among executives
North Carolina legislators have expanded tax breaks for high-paying jobs, drawing the conglomerate to the state
Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques is the first Canadian astronaut to travel to the International Space Station since 2013
The new rules will apply to any collective bargaining agreements that expire on or after Dec. 31, 2018
The gesture comes after the Canadian Union of Postal Workers held 37 days of rotating strikes across the country before back-to-work legislation was officially passed
Closing GM’s Oshawa plant threatens the jobs of about 2,500 workers. But what does it mean for GM’s long-term manufacturing presence in Ontario?
The decline in auto sales could turn into a long-term trend as models of ownership change. The possibilities are underpinned by the amount of disruption by technology and companies like Tesla and Uber.