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David Friend Toronto The Canadian Press Published Friday, Aug. 03 2012, 9:46 AM EDT Last updated Friday, Aug. 03 2012, 9:50 AM EDT The Canadian dollar touched parity with the greenback Friday morning as commodities gained traction, a U.S. jobs
The loonie, that brassy bird inhabiting millions of pockets and purses across Canada, has turned 25 years old a milestone being marked by the Royal Canadian Mint with the release of a new silver collector coin that finally gives the lonely lake-
Wrapping up some fairly important Canadian data this week, CPI numbers were released earlier this morning and showed that inflationary pressures are easing somewhat, continuing to stay of the south side of the Bank of Canada's target. On the heels of
C$4 billion ($3.84 billion) project to build a major pipeline in Canada to transport natural gas...Separately, Caterpillar Inc. announced a partnership with Westport Innovations Inc. to develop a natural gas fuel system for off-road equipment...
Articles Prices of crude oil and metals also were losing value, which also tugged at the monetary unit of the nation with an economy based on the export of its natural resources. The U.S. this month created 133,000 jobs in the private sector this
The value of the Canadian dollar gained against most of its rival currencies Tuesday amid strong indications of growth in Asia and North America, according to Bloomberg. The loonie climbed to its highest value in nearly one week against its
Euro, and specifically Greek, worries dominated markets overnight once again. Global equities were weaker across the board, with indices in both Asia and Europe off 1-2%. In government debt markets, demonstrating its status as the most reliable euro
Video Video Video But the conventional wisdom is wrong, according to three researchers who will publish a study Wednesday that largely debunks the Dutch Disease theory, which has become a frequent talking point amid rising tensions between the oil-
The Toronto Parking Authority plans to upgrade its 3000 parking machines, which do not accept the new $1 and $2 coins. Toronto's parking machines don't much like Queen Elizabeth's shiny new face. This one didn't work, said Verinder Kumar, holding a
Stephen Colbert attacks the loonie Published Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2012 2:14PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2012 2:31PM EDT Stephen Colbert is poking fun at the rise of the Canadian dollar as a global currency. On Tuesday night's episode of "