Slowly but surely, consolidation of gold miners in West Africa is picking up again. While we are far from the days when chunks of land in Mauritania sold for more than US$7-billion, there have been two interesting
OTTAWA — The threat to Canada’s financial stability has eased for the first time in two years — but risks are never far away. Can’t afford Canadian property? Downsize your home, upsize your storage locker With the
Brazilian media reports say a Canadian businessman has been killed in an attempted car-jacking in Sao Paulo. Globo media and other outlets say the man was fatally shot on Saturday on a highway outside the city. Globo
OTTAWA — Something is stirring in Canada’s manufacturing base. The value of our dollar is down, and that has helped push employment up in a sector that dearly needs it. However, there is more to the story:
OTTAWA — Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Tiff Macklem is resigning in May 2014 to become dean of a business school in Toronto, the central bank said on Thursday, some six months after Macklem was passed
The layoffs and production cuts announced by Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. illustrate a key problem with the fertilizer sector: there has been zero potash demand growth for the last six years, while supply has been growing.
Jose Fernandes is so determined to live in Canada that he’s tried five times to enter the country illegally. Each time he was caught and sent back to Portugal. But he just keeps coming back. The 52-year-old’s
DETROIT — Detroit is eligible to shed billions in debt in the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history, a judge said Tuesday in a long-awaited decision that now shifts the case toward how the city will accomplish