TransCanada drops plan for Energy East oil port in Quebec
A published report says TransCanada Corp. has ditched plans to build an oil port in Quebec as part of its Energy East project.Coffee wars rage on new front as Tim Hortons unveils new third flavour
Tim Hortons is pouring a new cup of joe starting today as it looks to attract coffee connoisseurs from some of its competitors.March auto sales rise 1.9%, but sales pace moderates
March auto sales in Canada rose 1.9 per cent to 160,274 cars and light trucks, according to the latest figures from DesRosiers Automotive.Keurig and its competitors seek guilt-free ways to dispose of coffee pods
The explosive growth of those single-serve coffee machines is fuelling concern about what they leave behind: billions of plastic coffee pods piling up in landfills worldwide. Some Canadian companies are exploring recyclable or compostable solutions to appease shamed customers.Aeroplan membership growing faster than seats available, say members
Two Aeroplan members have decided to Go Public, after finding it almost impossible to use their points to book flights.Longer time to fight hostile bids could discourage Canadian mergers
Canadian regulators have proposed new rules on hostile takeover bids that will give company directors more time to find alternatives to an unwanted takeover.