Canada’s postal service will scrap door-to-door mail delivery over the next five years and cut as many as 8,000 jobs to offset declining mail volume.
Phil Morin is in demand. Mining companies are recruiting worldwide to find skilled workers like him they need to develop projects in remote parts of Canada.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s crack scandal is beginning to weigh on the city’s finances, driving up borrowing costs and threatening to delay fixes to North America’s second-worst traffic congestion.
Canada could use the beer industry as a model if it ever decides to legalize and tax marijuana, according to the founder of the nation’s third-largest brewer.
Saskatchewan Energy and Resources Minister Bill Boyd said today the Conference Board of Canada will conduct “an independent analysis of a proposed takeover” of Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc.
Canadian consumer confidence declined in October, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
Robert Baker can’t wait to finish his electrical engineering degree at the University of Waterloo and get away from the withering Canadian technology company down the street that used to draw the top students -- BlackBerry Ltd.
Canadian consumer confidence increased in September, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
Elizabeth Babcock says it takes almost three weeks to do a task her U.S. peers can finish in one day.
Ellie MacRae is taking summer classes to accelerate a four-year degree in early childhood studies, even as she worries her efforts won’t pay off like her boyfriend’s electrical training.