Canada-World

Ontario's cannabis wholesaler is temporarily capping the number of products retailers can order and expanding its delivery window as it works through a backlog caused by a cyberattack on its…
Business supports were excessive and show the outsized influence of business groups on public policy, economists say.
The Canadian economy stayed flat in May, with real gross domestic product showing neither growth nor contraction after a 0.3 per cent expansion in April.
Federal public service unions say the government's plan to get employees back to the office is confusing, disjointed and jeopardizing health and safety.
TD chief economist Beata Caranci said inflation today might feel especially challenging because Canadians have been shielded from inflation volatility for decades.
The increase in the consumer price index for the month was largely due to gasoline prices, which shot up by more than 50 per cent from with a year ago.
Economists are predicting an even higher reading of inflation for June as energy and food prices crept higher and the economy reopened further.
As Canadians face a double whammy of skyrocketing inflation and the largest interest rate hike seen in 24 years, one expert is warning that prices won't be coming down anytime soon.
The Bank of Canada signaled a more aggressive approach to bringing skyrocketing inflation back under control as it announced the largest single rate increase since August 1998.
One former telecom executive says there is the risk of creating a situation where a competitor's network becomes overwhelmed and service is ultimately degraded.