OTTAWA, July 19 The value of Canadian retail
trade unexpectedly dipped by 0.1% in May as unusually bad
weather hit sales of food, drink and clothing, prompting
analysts to predict the setback would be temporary.
OTTAWA Canada is likely to postpone a decision on whether to allow China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to supply 5G network equipment until after the October federal election, given increasingly strained relations with Beijing, say three well-placed sources.
OTTAWA, July 10 The Bank of Canada held interest
rates steady as expected on Wednesday and made clear it had no
intention of easing monetary policy, while highlighting the
risks trade wars posed to the global economy.
OTTAWA Airbus SE and Boeing Co may pull out of a bidding process to supply Canada with new fighter jets because they say the contest is unfairly tilted toward Lockheed Martin Corp, two sources with direct knowledge of the situation said on Monday.
Canada offered a plan to reassure China about the security of its meat export system, a Canadian minister said on Wednesday, as Ottawa rejected Chinese criticism of its efforts to enlist allies to resolve a diplomatic dispute between the countries.
TORONTO New Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Tuesday used his first trip to North America to promise a sweeping anti-corruption drive, saying his people were fed up of waiting for a better life.
TORONTO/OTTAWA Stronger-than-expected growth in Canada's economy in April added to evidence that a recent domestic slowdown is ending, dampening expectations for a Bank of Canada interest rate cut this year.
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he was prepared to raise the case of two Canadians detained by Beijing with Chinese President Xi Jinping, an act that could potentially ease a major dispute between Canada and China. | Video
OTTAWA/CALGARY, Alberta Canada on Tuesday approved as expected a hotly contested proposal to expand the western Canadian crude oil pipeline it bought last year, providing hope for a depressed energy industry but angering environmental groups.
OTTAWA/CALGARY, Alberta, June 18 Canada's energy
sector and politicians across the spectrum were anticipating the
government would approve a hotly contested oil pipeline
expansion on Tuesday after years of debate and court challenges.