NEB cancels full week of Montreal's Energy East hearings after protest
The National Energy Board says it won't be holding any hearings into the Energy East pipeline project this week in Montreal following Monday's protest and calls for two of its commissioners to step down.4 reasons you should care about canola's role in Canada-China relations
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's first official visit to China coincides with a Sept. 1 deadline that the Asian economic giant has set for Canadian producers to tighten their screening of our exports of canola to the country.Potash Corp., Agrium in merger talks
Saskatoon-based Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan and Agrium Inc. of Calgary have confirmed they are in merger talks, a combination could produce a fertilizer giant worth more than $30 billion.Signs of cooling seen in Vancouver, Toronto housing markets, RBC says
Housing affordability in Vancouver had its biggest drop in 26 years during the first half of the year, but signs of cooling are beginning to show up there, and in Toronto, according to a new report from Royal Bank.Trudeau touts Canada's agricultural safety amid China canola dispute
Canadian farm goods are high quality and safe, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in Beijing on Tuesday as his trade minister said Canada was working hard to resolve a canola import dispute that threatens $2 billion in business.PlayStation 4 Slim images appear weeks before Sony press event
Several images and videos of a slimmer Sony PlayStation 4 console have surfaced online, weeks ahead of its expected announcement.