Iran sanctions lifted by Canada, but Justin Trudeau still faces 'delicate dance'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's sweeping sanctions relief for Iran will be a boon for Canadian businesses, but thawing relations between the two countries is not without risks for the Liberal government, say experts.Shadow flipping, VPN border-hopping and drug price gouging: THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS
From Canadians playing whack-a-mole with Netflix to get around geoblocked content, to canny realtors booking big profits from a shell game in B.C.'s hot housing market, it was an eventful week in Canadian business. Jacqueline Hansen sorts out the shadow flippers from the border hoppers in her weekly video recap.Valentine's Day: Why the digital age hasn't ended our love affair with card-giving
Does a love note sound any less sweet if sent via text? Around Valentine’s Day, most people seem to think so. An estimated 40 million Valentine’s cards are exchanged in Canada each year, and the digital age doesn't seem to be slowing sales.7 winter driving tips that will help keep you safe
Canadian winters are a treacherous time for motorists, so we went out with one of Canada's top driving instructors to get his top tips to keep drivers safe on icy roads.Oil soars 12%, stock markets score big gains
North American stock markets delivered triple-digit gains today as oil rebounded and investors shook off the gloom that had driven stocks down steadily this week.Clean-energy deal signed Friday in 1st step to green NAFTA
Energy ministers from Canada, the United States and Mexico have signed a significant deal on clean energy, a first step toward continental collaboration to battle climate change.