Despite politically powerful coal communities helping elect a president, the future of the coal industry and its associated communities remain more uncertain than ever
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
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.
Longview Aviation Capital, whose subsidiary Viking Air Ltd. makes turboprop aircraft, intends to maintain supply chains for the Q400 series
The Toronto-based auto parts manufacturer says it remains well-positioned to benefit from the USMCA
The meeting is something of a placeholder ahead of Trump and Xi Jinping’s planned meeting at a Group of 20 summit in Argentina
Excluding the volatile food and energy categories, core wholesale prices rose 0.5 per cent in October and 2.6 per cent from a year earlier
Corporate governance experts aren’t sure whether Robyn Denholm will “actually be able to corral the visionary but erratic Elon Musk,” who remains CEO