Starting in 2020, Visa and MasterCard will reduce the fees they collect from businesses to an average annual effective rate of 1.4 per cent – down from 1.5 per cent .
WSP is Ottawa's largest engineering firm, with four local offices and some 170 employees.
For a minority of people who suffer serious, life-altering injuries while participating in high-risk activities, the wording of waivers can have huge, lifelong implications.
Ottawa craft brewer comes out with its own "Buck-A-Beer" strategy to help local refugees.
Saudi oil imports easy to replace, but rift will cause ‘substantial harm’ to Canadian economy: experts
Canada will be on the sidelines as the Saudis try to diversify their economy away from its dependence on oil and gas.
Canada and the U.S. have been aligned on vehicle emissions for more than two decades.
New unemployment data, a housing market update and earnings from Manulife are among the stories expected to make headlines in the days ahead.
Announcement follows Aimia's rejection of a bid for Aeroplan from an Air Canada-led group.
Bell Canada's 122,092 net new postpaid wireless subscribers was the company's best second-quarter result in nearly two decades.
Explanations include an economy already running at full capacity, an unemployment rate that has likely bottomed out near a four-decade low and the "stiff head winds" of Canada's aging population.