Where to travel with the falling Canadian dollar
Canada's sinking loonie is costing Canadians some travel options. Europe is still a possibility. And even though a U.S. trip will be more expensive now than it used to be, it could be even more expensive down the road, some economists say.$5.2B class action lawsuit launched against Fiat Chrysler in Canada
Regina lawyer Tony Merchants' firm has launched a class action lawsuit for $5.2 billion against Fiat Chrysler.Facebook grows profit on new apps, ads
Facebook surpassed expectations on all fronts in the second quarter, growing not just profit and revenue but its already massive user base, mobile advertising and usage of its "family" of non-Facebook apps like Instagram and WhatsApp.Fed puts off rate hike again, but cites improving jobs picture
The U.S. Federal Reserve is marking solid job gains and a pickup in household spending and the housing sector, but has left its benchmark interest rate unchanged after its latest meeting.Filmmaker says she has proof Happy Birthday copyright claim is invalid
A documentary filmmaker making a movie about the ubiquitous Happy Birthday song says she has unearthed conclusive proof that a copyright claimed by a major music label either expired decades ago, or never existed in the first place.Calgary home prices expected to fall slightly this year
Housing prices in Calgary won’t be dropping dramatically despite fewer sales and uneasiness about the slumping economy, says the local real estate board.