Canada Business News
Currently showing last 100 links of 6,585
Atlantic Van Lines demands single mom pay 4 times quoted cost
A single mother in a small Alberta town is stocking her house with donated furniture and shopping at a second-hand store because the moving company she hired more than a month ago still has her possessions after demanding four times the price it quoted he
North Korean envoy claims his country has nuclear missiles
A North Korean envoy says his country has developed nuclear missiles and is prepared to use them at any time. North Korean Ambassador to Britain Hyun Hak Bong said in a recent interview with British broadcaster Sky News that his government would use the m
Canada escapes massive Kraft macaroni and cheese recall
Is there such a thing as Canadian cuisine? If so, Kraft Dinner might be on the menu. Kraft Foods is recalling about 6.5 million boxes of original flavour Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, but for now it seems the beloved food staple is safe in Canada.
Nexen reorganizes, lays off 300 in Calgary
Three hundred Calgary employees of Nexen Inc. received pink slips this morning as part of the Chinese-owned energy company's efforts to restructure in the face of falling energy prices.
Alberta shooting for a bigger film industry
After years of jury-rigging warehouses and dodging rodents, Calgary film and television producers are finally getting a sound stage. With a bunch of public money. But will it be enough to jumpstart the industry?
Instalment loans the new high-interest danger for consumers
The second fastest growing type of debt in Canada is a high-interest, subprime, unsecured, short-term loan called an instalment loan. Marketed to people with bad debts and poor credit, instalment loans carry interest rates as high as 59 per cent. But the
Big data trend now being applied to managing human resources
A growing number of human resources executives are starting to dig deep into computerized statistical data on employees, to make decisions regarding salaries, promotions, and even benefit programs, a trend that excites some and worries others.
Back to Canada News