Canadian Press

CRA says it has $1.4 billion in uncashed cheques sitting in its coffers

OTTAWA — The Canada Revenue Agency says it will be sending e-notifications about uncashed cheques to 25,000 Canadians this month.  The federal agency says it has approximately $1.4 billion worth of...

Vancouver's mayor says feds and B.C. need to step up funding for homeless

VANCOUVER — The deadline to dismantle an encampment along Vancouver's Hastings Street has passed with little change, but the city's mayor says he's reached out to the federal and B.C. governments for...

Government to use regulation to ban handgun imports in two weeks

OTTAWA — The federal government plans to fast-track a ban on the import of handguns into the country without the approval of Parliament using a regulatory measure that comes into effect in two weeks,...

B.C. releases details of monkeypox vaccine availability as outbreak spreads globally

The British Columbia government says monkeypox vaccine is being made available to eligible patients in most areas of the province. A statement from the Ministry of Health says cases of the virus are...

Enbridge snaps up stake in West Coast LNG plant as demand surges

Enbridge Inc. has extended its push into liquified natural gas as global demand soars, scooping up a stake in a proposed LNG project on the West Coast.

Minister questioned over need for more telecom oversight as MPs probe Rogers outage

OTTAWA — Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne faced questions about further government oversight for telecom companies during a committee meeting today about Rogers Communications Inc.

Always keep cash on hand, experts say after massive Rogers outage

Reni Odetoyinbo was one of the millions of Canadians effected by the nationwide Rogers Communication Inc. outage on July 8. On top of losing internet service, the 26-year-old content creator ran...

Provinces still haven't received $2B in health top-ups announced by Liberals in March

OTTAWA — As premiers gathered in British Columbia try again to make their case for a permanent increase in federal health transfers, they're also waiting on $2 billion they were promised back in...

Start talking to your kids about money at an early age, experts say

Money is still considered by many to be a taboo topic or private matter, which is why many people avoid sparking up conversations about their personal finances with friends, colleagues and even...

Gasoline prices drop as recession fears rise, refiner margins narrow

TORONTO — Gasoline prices dropped about 12 cents a litre overnight in Ontario and are down across much of Canada after a big dip in the price of crude oil this week that analysts say could be linked...