OTTAWA, Oct 12 Canada's main opposition leader
declined to say on Saturday whether he would be open to
extending the central bank chief's term past June, which would
make Stephen Poloz the first Bank of Canada governor to get a
second term since the 1980s.
OTTAWA Canada's opposition Conservatives on Friday promised to balance the budget in five years without slashing government jobs if they win an election this month, but the ruling Liberals insisted the pledge would result in painful cuts.
OTTAWA, Oct 11 The Canadian economy added a
stronger-than-expected 53,700 net jobs in September, with all
the gains coming in full-time work and largely driven by the
services sector, Statistics Canada data showed on Friday,
reducing analysts' expectations for a central bank rate cut this
OTTAWA Canada's main opposition leader repeatedly attacked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday during a pivotal televised debate, calling him a phony and a fraud who did not deserve to be re-elected on Oct. 21. | Video
OTTAWA, Oct 2 Canadian Prime Minister Justin
Trudeau, trying to revive his electoral fortunes after the
emergence of embarrassing photographs, used the first televised
campaign debate on Wednesday to launch repeated attacks on his
OTTAWA/TORONTO Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may be renowned internationally for his youthful persona and social media savvy, but even before the embarrassment of his recent blackface makeup scandal there were concerns about the support he needs from younger voters to win re-election.
OTTAWA Canada's economy was unexpectedly unchanged in July, following four months of growth, as the country's mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction sectors contracted, Statistics Canada data showed on Tuesday.
OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party is promising billions of dollars in new spending initiatives if re-elected next month, but said on Sunday those commitments would require annual deficits of more than C$20 billion ($15.11 billion) over the next four years.
OTTAWA, Sept 29 Canadian Prime Minister Justin
Trudeau's Liberal Party is promising billions of dollars in new
spending initiatives if re-elected next month, but said on
Sunday those commitments would require annual deficits of more
than C$20 billion ($15.11 billion) over the next four years.
OTTAWA Canada's Foreign Minister Chyrstia Freeland said on Friday that though she was "troubled and disappointed" by images of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in blackface, she had full confidence in his leadership of the party.