Government lawmakers are treading carefully over the business of recreational pot — just one of the parallels to the careful legalization of alcohol in Canada in the face of temperance objections.
Within the space of a week, two public relations disasters struck two different corporations. And while one company peddles soda pop and the other sells airplane rides, it turns out they both have the same Achilles heel — social media.
California-based Chevron Corp. is looking at selling its 20 per cent stake in the Athabasca Oil Sands Project in northern Alberta, according to a media report.
Shares of marijuana-related companies sold off Thursday amid industry uncertainty in the wake of the release of the federal government's legislation aimed at legalizing recreational marijuana.
The U.S. Commerce Department says it will announce on April 25 whether it will impose duties on Canadian softwood, with any preliminary duties expected to be applied about a week later.
Wells Fargo said Thursday that new checking account openings were down 35 per cent in March from the same month a year ago, while new credit card applications were down 42 per cent.
The average price of a detached home in the GTA is up 33.4% from March last year.
Rogers Communications has signed a deal to allow former Telus CEO Joe Natale join the company sooner than expected.
Lawyers for the man forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight last week in Chicago spoke today in front of television cameras for the first time since the incident.
Grocery giant Loblaw Companies Ltd. plans to spend $1.3 billion renovating 500 stores and opening 30 new ones this year, in an expansion plan that will include more fresh food offering at its Shoppers Drug Mart unit.