The federal Liberal government has no plans to drag Canada permanently into the pipeline business, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said Tuesday as he unveiled a $4.5-billion plan to buy the
Canada's research community has long yearned for a consequential funding boost for science – and 2018 is poised to be its year.
Shopify's CEO addresses claims from what he called a "short-selling troll" and other stories to watch in Canadian business this week.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau has scaled back one of the most contentious elements of the Trudeau government's tax-reform plan in yet another effort to calm infuriated small business owne
With its public outreach winding down, the Trudeau government received fresh warnings this week from major industry associations about the negative fallout from its controversial tax-refo
Spurred by backlash to the federal government’s proposed tax changes, the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance has launched a campaign calling for the government to pause and reset its priorities
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tried to reassure farmers Thursday that Ottawa's controversial tax proposals, if introduced, wouldn't impair their ability to bequeath the family farm to the next gene
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says income-tax reforms are needed because small business owners have an unfair advantage that cou
Bill Morneau is scrambling to calm the fears of nervous Liberal backbenchers who've been inundated with complaints about the finance minister's plan to eliminate loopholes that give some
Three months into the fiscal year, the public books are on track to meet the Trudeau government's deficit projection of $28.5 billion, an update on federal finances said Friday.