Liberal government writes off $1.1B US loan to Chrysler, plus interest, docs show

The Liberal government has quietly written off a $2.6-billion auto-sector loan that was cobbled together to save Chrysler during the…

Continue Reading →

Homeowners worried about paying down debt as interest rates go up

This story is part of a series we’re calling Debt Nation looking at the state of consumer debt in Canada.…

Continue Reading →

‘I feel cheated’: Telco customer set to speak on Day 1 of CRTC hearing into misleading sales practices

Shawn Ahmed says he knew he wanted to participate, as soon as he learned the CRTC asked to hear, in person, from…

Continue Reading →

Charles Wang, former New York Islanders owner, dies at 74

Charles Wang, a technology company founder and former owner of the New York Islanders hockey team, died Sunday. He was…

Continue Reading →

The number of Canadian millionaires will jump by more than half in the next five years: Credit Suisse

The number of millionaires in Canada will jump by more than half in the next five years, a faster growth…

Continue Reading →

How Iran is using ‘ghost ships’ to flout Donald Trump’s oil sanctions

It sounds like something out of a pirate story, but the normally staid world of international trade has been beset…

Continue Reading →

B.C. billionaire Chip Wilson uses his backside to sell ‘unauthorized story’ of Lululemon

While there may be many chapters in the two-decade story of apparel company Lululemon Athletica Inc., founder Chip Wilson has looked to one…

Continue Reading →

WestJet’s Swoop forced to cancel 24 U.S. flights as regulatory approval held up

WestJet’s new discount carrier Swoop is apologizing to travellers for cancelling 24 U.S.-bound flights. The airline says it had hoped…

Continue Reading →

Canadian airlines tell Ottawa carbon tax will hurt revenues and domestic routes

Canadian airlines are urging Ottawa to exempt them from the Jan. 1 imposition of a federal carbon tax, which they…

Continue Reading →