Sunday, August 18, 2019

CP Rail rakes in record 2nd-quarter revenue as traffic increases

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. announced record second-quarter revenues of nearly $2 billion Tuesday, driven by grain, international container traffic and energy, chemicals...

Non-bank lenders taking a bigger bite out of Canada’s mortgage market, CMHC says

A new report from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation suggests more people are turning to alternative lenders, while the overall number...

Iran says its navy came to aid of missing oil tanker Riah as tensions...

A small oil tanker from the United Arab Emirates travelling through the Strait of Hormuz entered Iranian waters and turned off its...

Man whose family died in Boeing 737 Max crash says jet should be scrapped

Paul Njoroge, whose wife and three young children were killed in one of the 737 Max crashes, says he believes Boeing should...

Facebook before U.S. House antitrust panel today over cryptocurrency plans

U.S. lawmakers from both sides of the aisle were set to grill Facebook Inc. on its cryptocurrency plans on Tuesday, as the...

Aimia’s biggest shareholder says it wasn’t consulted on 2 new board members

The largest shareholder of Aimia Inc. says the company did not consult it regarding the appointment of two new directors to its...

China says misleading to suggest it needs trade deal due to slowing economy

China on Tuesday rebuffed a suggestion from U.S. President Donald Trump that Beijing needs a trade deal with the United States because...

High speed rail from Vancouver to Seattle, Portland ‘worth the investment,’ study says

A new study looking into rapid rail transit between cities in British Columbia and Washington state says it's financially viable. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/high-speed-rail-vancouver-seattle-portland-study-1.5212988?cmp=rss

Amazon Prime Days bring out waves of unhappy employees

Amazon's Prime Day comes with a wave of deals — and protests from Amazon workers who complain about unrealistic expectations from the...

Health Canada revokes licences of B.C. cannabis producer Agrima

B.C. cannabis producer Agrima Botanicals Corp. has had its licences revoked by Health Canada, months after the company disclosed the regulator's finding...