The Canadian Press

BoC may have to raise rates again this summer given recent momentum, economists say

Statistics Canada recently reported real gross domestic product grew at an annualized rate of 3.1 per cent during the first quarter

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week (June 5-9)

The the BoC's latest rates decision to the May jobs numbers from StatCan, and more

B.C. extends deferral of old-growth logging in Vancouver Island's Fairy Creek

The extension to February 2025 applies to the order issued two years ago at the request of the Pacheedaht First Nation

Vancouver home sales rise in May, nearing 10-year average: real estate board

Board says Vancouver's housing market is showing signs of heating up heading into the summer

Vehicle sales rise in May, showing hope for strong summer: DesRosiers

Firm says total light vehicle sales in May were up 13.5 per cent from a year ago

One-quarter of Air Canada flights delayed Friday as schedule recovers from IT issue

Flights may be affected at nine of Canada's busiest airports, including YVR

Federal government provides $5.9M for Indigenous clean energy projects in B.C.

Minister says Ottawa is committed to working with First Nations to help them grow their economy

Wildfires, other extreme weather driving insurance costs up over time: experts

'When you have a loss, it's more expensive now than it's ever been,' says insurance expert

Meta to test blocking news on Instagram, Facebook for some Canadians

Silicon Valley tech giant following in the footsteps of Google, which blocked news links for about five weeks earlier this year

Deals to let firms avoid bribery charges may be 'political kryptonite': law professor

'Are we actually saving time? Are we getting to resolutions faster?'