OTTAWA, Aug 21 Canada's annual inflation rate
held steady in July at 2.0% because of lower costs for services,
including telecoms, that were offset by higher prices for
durable goods, Statistics Canada said on Wednesday.
Analysts in a Reuters poll had forecast an inflation rate of
1.7%. Canada's inflation rate in June was 2.0%. The Canadian
dollar strengthened to C$1.3265, or 75.39 cents U.S.
Canada's foreign minister on Friday praised two Canadian men detained in China for their "grit" and "tenacity," as the countries' diplomatic feud entered its eighth month.
OTTAWA Canada's economy shed a net 24,200 jobs in July, driven by a decline in wholesale and retail trade, official data showed on Friday, as Canada's job market remained in a holding pattern for the third consecutive month.
OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unexpectedly announced on Thursday that the Canadian ambassador to the United States, who played a pivotal role in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), will leave Washington at the end of August.
OTTAWA Internet companies that do not actively combat the online exploitation of children should face financial consequences, Canada's public safety minister hinted on Tuesday after announcing an increase in police funding to fight it.
OTTAWA, Aug 2 The Canadian province of Quebec
has become the first in the country to require minimum credit
card payments as legislators try to tackle rising household debt
OTTAWA Canada posted a narrower trade surplus in June, the second in as many months, despite significant declines in exports and imports of crude oil, aircraft and other transportation equipment, official data showed on Friday.
Ottawa Als weltweit erste große Industrienation hat Kanada im Herbst 2018 Cannabis vollständig legalisiert.
OTTAWA The Conservative Party of Canada outpaced the governing Liberal party of Canada by C$3.5 million ($2.7 million) in second-quarter fundraising, financial returns showed on Wednesday, ahead of an October national election.
OTTAWA Canada's economy grew by a higher-than-expected 0.2% in May, the third increase in as many months, thanks to a rebound in manufacturing, Statistics Canada data showed on Wednesday.