Enbridge Line 9 pipeline reversal approved by energy board
The National Energy Board has approved energy giant Enbridge's plan to reverse the flow and increase the capacity of a pipeline that has been running between southern Ontario and Montreal for years.Vancouver port strike averted by mediator Vince Ready
Unionized container truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver have agreed to vote on a tentative deal drawn up by veteran labour mediator Vince Ready.Alberta plays it safe with 'cautious' 2014 budget
Despite growing oil revenues that will help the Alberta government spend more on health care, education and social programs this year, the province will continue to borrow billions to finance projects.Generics slow Canadian drug spending growth
Canadians spent a record amount on prescription drugs last year, but the annual rate of spending growth has slowed due to the greater availability of less-expensive generic drugs, a new report says.Grain backlog prompts BMO to loosen farmer loan terms
One of Canada's biggest lenders is offering some relief to farmers hit by a cash crunch because of a backlog in shipping grain across the country, offering delayed loan repayments and flexible terms on new and existing credit lines.Lab tests show oil in Lac-Mégantic crash was as volatile as gasoline
The Transportation Safety Board says formal lab tests confirm the train that crashed and exploded in Lac-Mégantic, Que., last summer was carrying oil that was more volatile than advertised.