Oct 25, 2012 The old political punchline about moving to Canada if an election goes the wrong way is more than a joke to some -- and a lot harder to pull off than most people suspect.
Aug 10, 2012 Lobster prices are at rock bottom lows. And that's causing a cross-border fight between Maine lobstermen and Canadian ones. The Canadian lobstermen have been blocking their American counterparts from dropping off their catch at Canadian processing plants.
Jul 10, 2012 One of Canada's best-known companies also looks more and more like one of the world's shakiest. Today in Waterloo, Ontario, RIM puts on a brave face for shareholders at its annual meeting -- maybe a little tricky when its share price is down 95 percent from its peak.
May 31, 2012 With the price of oil below $90 a barrel, some are beginning to wonder at what point does it become unprofitable to drill.
Apr 16, 2012 Iceland is looking to possibly adopt the Canadian currency. How would that work, and might that affect either country's economies?
Apr 12, 2012 Canada just recently announced plans to phase out the penny, and now it's looking to bring it back -- in digital form.
Stacey Vanek Smith
Mar 30, 2012 We speak to one Canadian member of parliament about why he is such an anti-penny crusader, and whether the penny could ever be dropped here in the U.S.
Mar 30, 2012 Canadians don't even bother to pick pennies up off the street anymore.
Mar 7, 2012 Canadian hydroelectric projects could threaten domestic green energy start-ups.