Ottawa’s Intouch Insight announced positive first-quarter earnings and raised its guidance going forward as it continues to recover from the pandemic and works to fully incorporate recently-acquired…
A new survey by the Conference Board of Canada indicates consumer confidence decreased 11.7 points in May – the largest monthly drop since the pandemic's onset.
A new report says digital technology has become so widespread at such a rapid pace that Canadians have little idea what information is being collected about them or how it is used.
Bank of Montreal chief economist Doug Porter said it's highly unlikely Canadians are in for a double-digit, '80s-style interest rate shock any time soon.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada says the federal government has failed to provide a wage offer that protects workers from surging inflation.
The cost of nearly everything at the grocery store continued to climb higher to push the annual inflation rate up in April.
International arrivals at Canadian airports are so backed up, people are being kept on planes for over an hour after they land because there isn't physically enough space to hold the lineups.
While the amount of venture capital flowing into Canadian cities continued its brisk pace in the first quarter, Ottawa failed to crack the top 10 centres for VC raises.
Bright Side of Business: Former Air Force officer helps young Inuit women celebrate their own success
Giving back to her community "fuels" Catherine Priestman, a passion that has created a bursary that looks for young Inuit women who are staples in their communities.
Restaurants across the country are reducing hours and condensing menus as persistent staff shortages and spiking costs threaten to derail the industry's comeback from crushing pandemic restrictions.