The federal government will announce plans to boost payments made to families under the Canada child benefit program on Tuesday, CBC News has learned.
A former manager of Bombardier Inc.'s railway division in Britain was sentenced Monday to six years in prison for defrauding the firm of about $1.15 million which he used to fund a lavish lifestyle.
Marijuana producer Aphria Inc. says it met with the Toronto Stock Exchange last week to discuss the exchange's recent guidance that pot firms with U.S. exposure could face delisting.
Amazon said Monday that it received 238 proposals from cities and regions in the United States, Canada and Mexico hoping to be the home of the company's second headquarters.
As the Bank of Canada prepares to announce its latest decision on interest rates, a new survey suggests a growing number of Canadians think they would be in financial trouble if rates go up again.
A U.S. investment firm is calling for the removal of the current board of directors at Hudson's Bay Co., and taking particular aim at its executive chairman.
A new website that lets travellers bypass travel agents and pocket commissions has ceased operations in Ontario after the province's travel regulator claimed the site violates provincial laws.
Canada's economy is not too hot and not too cold, which means the Bank of Canada is unlikely to adjust the temperature with an interest rate hike this week.
If you've been too busy this week to keep up with health and consumer news, CBC's Marketplace is here to help.
New scan-and-go technology being rolled out at Walmart stores allows shoppers to scan and bag their items while they shop, and it may lead to customers bypassing checkout altogether.
A judge in Los Angeles has tossed out a $417-million US jury award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using Johnson & Johnson talc-based baby powder for feminine hygiene.
Bombardier's strategic C Series partnership with Airbus should put it on stronger financial footing but it remains unclear what fate awaits its other commercial aircraft.
Blundstone boots have exploded in popularity across the country in the past five years, but just how popular are they, and why?
Nature's Mix, a company that makes granola with quinoa that it markets as a "superfood" and that included a nutrition label that claimed quinoa "prevents cancer" has removed the claim after a Marketplace investigation.
Amazon's announcement earlier this year that it is on the hunt for a second headquarters set off a flurry of interest from cities across the continent, eager to be the online giant's next home away from home. With the deadline to apply now passed, what Canadian cities followed through and threw their hats into the ring?
Jerry Storch is stepping down as chief executive of Hudson's Bay Co. effective Nov. 1, the retailer announced after the close of stock markets on Friday.
A TD Bank employee is speaking out because she's concerned that customers have no idea their private information — everything from their home address and phone number to chequing and savings accounts, lines of credit and mortgages — is being shared with offshore workers.
The last mass-produced car designed and built in Australia rolled off General Motors Co.'s production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday as the nation reluctantly bid farewell to its auto manufacturing industry.
The head of Airbus told a Montreal business audience on Friday that he believes the company will sell thousands of Bombardier's C Series aircraft.
The Sears Canada liquidation, while extreme, is yet more evidence that extended warranties are generally a waste of money for consumers — though they are hugely profitable for retailers.