Canadian inspectors intercepted nearly 900 food products from China over concerns about faulty labels, unmentioned allergens and harmful contaminants that included glass and metal between 2017 and early 2019, according to internal federal records. The document provides an inside look at imports from China that caught the attention of officialsRead More →

Tilray Inc.’s stock soared after it signed a deal to merge with its largest shareholder while also putting limits on the release of resulting new shares in the Canadian cannabis company for two years. Under the agreement, U.S. private equity firm Privateer Holdings Inc. will become a subsidiary of theRead More →

As Alberta’s new government considers how to boost its traditional fossil fuel economy, research released today claims politicians and other Canadians have a blind spot when it comes to the job-creating power of green business. The report declares that while Canadians obsess about pipelines and shrinking employment in coal, oil and gas, they and their leaders haveRead More →

Torstar Corp. had a smaller loss in the first quarter than a year ago as cost reductions and provincial tax credits partly offset weaker revenue from advertising and flyer distribution, the media company said Wednesday. Its loss attributable to shareholders amounted to $7.4 million or nine cents per share. ThatRead More →