Davie Shipyard's $700M deal for navy supply ship retrofit to go ahead
The federal government will go ahead with a $700-million plan to retrofit an interim navy supply ship at Montreal's Davie Shipyard. The deal was put in jeopardy two weeks ago when the Liberals put the deal on hold for 60 days while they re-examined the initial contract.Data breach at toymaker VTech could affect 5 million customers
Children's technology maker VTech says the personal information of about five million of its customers and their children may have been stolen by hackers.Brad Wall is dissenting voice in Canada's COP21 delegation
Saskatchewan's premier knows his province can do more to improve its environmental record, but he won't get swept up in the climate change talks in Paris this week.Chinese yuan to be admitted to IMF reserve currency basket
The International Monetary Fund announced Monday that China's currency, the yuan, will join the fund's group of international basket of reserve currencies after its meeting in Washington, D.C.Cyber Monday traffic overwhelms PayPal, Target sites
Users of the popular online payment processing service PayPal have reported major problems logging in or making transactions — a critical time as Cyber Monday sales are in full swing.Paris climate talks begin with high hopes and lowered expectations
As world leaders gather in Paris for the United Nations climate conference, there is hope these talks will be different from previous international negotiations and signal a fresh start.