HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's premier is calling a horrific murder-suicide involving a former Canadian soldier almost six months ago "a tragic event," but the province is still not prepared to call a public inquiry — yet.
OTTAWA — A senior Boeing official says the U.S. aerospace giant's trade dispute with Montreal-based rival Bombardier is a "company-to-company issue," and that it still hopes to sell Super Hornet jets to Canada.
TORONTO — For decades, Sears was a quintessential part of the Canadian shopping experience. Its catalogues adorned coffee tables and its Kenmore-branded appliances were staples in homes for generations. But like Eaton's and Simpsons before it, Sears has encountered a litany of problems.