TORONTO — Alexis Vegh is working what could be a tough crowd — about a dozen young people in their late teens and early 20s — and she's here to speak to them about the risks of driving high after smoking pot.
MONTREAL — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Alberta Investment Management Corp. have joined several large institutional investors in withholding support for the re-election of Bombardier's executive chairman and opposing the company's executive compensation plan.
MONTREAL — While water levels continued their slow decline in some parts of Quebec on Wednesday, the province's environment minister warned the situation could deteriorate in others this weekend because of heavy rain.
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservatives are promising to bring back a refundable film tax credit if elected May 30, taking aim at the creative-industry workers the Tories need to win over if they hope to make gains in the vote-rich Halifax area.
OTTAWA — To hear Pierre Alarie tell it, Mexico and Canada are like two weary travellers seeking shelter from the same storm — the fierce bluster from Donald Trump's frequent criticism of the North American Free Trade Agreement.