OTTAWA — President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate-change agreement is disappointing, but the world is marching inexorably towards a greener future with or without the United States, says Canada's environment minister.
OTTAWA — The federal government announced a support package Thursday worth $867 million to help the lumber industry cope with and adjust to the impact of U.S. tariffs on Canadian softwood. That package, and the industry more broadly, by the numbers:
TORONTO — An Ontario regulator says it will not be disciplining 43 of the 45 mortgage brokers and agents that mortgage lender Home Capital cut ties with over allegations they falsified loan applications.
TORONTO — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. is beefing up its ability to detect patterns that may indicate mortgage fraud after being directed to do so by the federal government, the agency's president and CEO said Thursday.