The national unemployment rate crept up to 7.3% last month for the first time in three years amid flat overall job growth, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Ontario's 2016 budget puts the financial services industry on notice.
Canadian economic growth crept upwards in November by 0.3% -- the first sign of life in the monthly data since August.
The Bank of Canada is keeping its key interest rate on hold at 0.5% and says the resource sector continues to adjust to lower prices for oil and other commodities.
Justin Trudeau has nailed down a major plank in the Liberal election platform -- promising to almost double current infrastructure spending to stimulate a staggering economy.
Nova Scotia businessman William Black has been named the chairman of the expert board of directors for the proposed national securities regulator.
Here are some highlights from the Ontario budget introduced by Finance Minister Charles Sousa.
Testimony in the trial of suspended Conservative Senator Mike Duffy began this week, and his defence lawyer has been using the Income Tax Act to help exonerate his client.
Most experts had anticipated the bank's decision to hold the line on the rate Wednesday, but only a couple of weeks ago, many of them had predicted a second cut.
British Columbia's finance minister tabled a balanced budget Tuesday as he boasted that his province may be the only one in Canada to avoid falling into deficit amid plunging oil prices.