Cineplex granted credit extension as Omicron surges
Cineplex Inc. is getting some additional financial breathing room as the movie industry faces another wave of restrictions tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A U.S. activist investor has set its sights on Calgary-based Parkland Corp., urging the fuel retailer to consider selling or spinning off its Burnaby refinery.
All eyes in the financial and economic world will be laser-focused Wednesday on the Federal Reserve as Chair Jerome Powell tries to balance his fight against inflation against a sudden banking crisis.
A global biofuel boom is set to drive a shortage of vegetable oils — used for cooking and now increasingly to power trucks and planes — intensifying a debate over food versus fuel.
An activist investor wants Parkland to explore strategic alternatives for what it says are the company's non-core assets with the goal of becoming a more focused fuel and convenience store retailer.
A Royal Bank of Canada report predicts Canada's rental housing shortage will quadruple to 120,000 units by 2026 without a significant boost in stock.
Investors are sitting on the sidelines as we await the latest rate decision out of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Oil fell ahead of an interest-rate decision from the Federal Reserve following a two-day rally that was driven by an easing of concerns over banking crises in the U.S. and Europe.
Oil jumped the most since early February and restored key technical levels after U.S. government promises to protect bank depositors calmed markets.
Canada's national annual inflation rate was 5.2 per cent in February, Statistics Canada says. Here's what happened in the provinces.
Nike Inc. reported robust quarterly sales that beat Wall Street’s expectations as the sportswear brand worked down its excess inventory, but profitability missed estimates.
Following the release of Canada’s latest inflation data, one economist said he thinks the Bank of Canada should be comfortable with its actions thus far as it attempts to restore price stability.