Shipbuilding strategy needs work to get ballooning costs under control, ministers told
The government's massive $39-billion national shipbuilding procurement strategy is in need of repair, with costs for some projects soaring by as much as 181 per cent and others on the cusp of being cancelled, according to briefing materials prepared for some Liberal ministers.Mortgage rates inch higher from record summer lows
Canadian mortgage rates have bounced up from their record lows of this summer in anticipation of an improving economy prompting central banks to do the same.Canadian Oil Sands talking to other bidders after rejecting Suncor takeover
Canadian Oil Sands, which is trying to attract a white knight after a hostile bid from Suncor Energy, needs more time to review its options as more than two dozen parties have expressed an interest in the company, according to a regulatory filing.BC Hydro set to sign Site C dam construction contract worth $1.5B
Fort St. John-based company is one in a consortium of contractors chosen as a preferred partner for the construction of the Site C dam.'Ridiculous': Brad Wall calls out David Suzuki on oil industry comment
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says a comment by prominent environmentalist David Suzuki talking about the oil industry is 'ridiculous'.Martin Shrkeli's Turing reneges on cut to $750-a-pill price
Turing Pharmaceuticals is reneging on its pledge to cut the $750-per-pill price for Daraprim, which treats a rare parasitic infection.