Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s acquisition of Kansas City Southern could be complete by next fall, the Calgary-based railway said Thursday.
Ontario Teachers' sets targets to hit net zero greenhouse gas emissions
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board is setting interim targets to curb greenhouse gas emissions tied to its multi-billion dollar portfolio.
CN Rail fined $2.5M for spraying pesticides near B.C. river
Canadian National Railway Co. has been fined $2.5 million for spraying pesticides along a rail corridor that runs along the Skeena River in British Columbia.
The pandemic has thrown the vital but usually humdrum world of logistics into a tailspin, spurring shortages of everything: masks and vaccine vials, semiconductors, plastic polymers, bicycles, and even baseball bobbleheads.
Jim Pattison warns wealth tax will lead to Canadian capital exodus
Canadian billionaire Jim Pattison warns that recent policy proposals to tax the wealthy may lead to a shift in investment fleeing Canada, a move that may make it harder to tackle current labour shortages.
Don't let bank staff 'hijack' return to office: Allied REIT CEO
A top office landlord says some employees are “hijacking” the agenda for return-to-safe-work protocols at Canadian banks across the country.
Desjardins Group, North America’s largest financial services co-operative, is considering a sale of sustainable bonds in the U.S. after its debut ESG debt sale in Canada priced at lower interest rates than its conventional debt.
BMO wealth-management head Joanna Rotenberg is leaving bank
Bank of Montreal wealth-management head Joanna Rotenberg is leaving the bank to pursue another opportunity.
TC Energy sells its 15% stake in Northern Courier Pipeline
TC Energy Corp. says it has signed a deal to sell its remaining 15 per cent stake in the Northern Courier Pipeline to a partnership including Suncor Energy Inc. and eight Indigenous communities.
The head of Volkswagen AG’s Americas business doesn’t see U.S. auto production returning to normal levels until the second half of 2022 following COVID-19 outbreaks in Malaysia that brought a fresh round of supply chain headaches.