From Stephenville to Prince George to Yellowknife, businesses and workers are dealing with the worst economic climate in decades. But there are pockets of hope, and while some are cautiously optimistic and others are fearful, recession weighs on everyone’s mind. Canadian Business shows you what the statistics don’t in our cross-Canada checkup.
Fort Mac is playing catch-up until the oilpatch revs up again.
The new CAW leader is fighting a rearguard action to save an industry in decline.
A computer deal gone bad. One man’s long and expensive fight to get his money back.
Will London-based Barclays Bank need a helping hand from Her Majesty’s Treasury?
The Livent drama is far from over, as a host of other legal dramas come to the surface.
Canadian business leaders give widespread approval to changes to the Competition Act.
No cellphone coverage? No problem. A new satellite tracking system is making outdoor work easier.
Reports of the death of capitalism are likely premature. And the era of government largesse is bound to be short-lived.
Hey, big spender: where’d you go?
Or should investors beware the Ides of March?
Companies can expect more expenses because of the updated Competition Act.
Xerox is reaping the rewards of giving customers a peek at its once secret R&D efforts.
A downmarket message can backfire even in tough times.
Do not take your eyes off next-generation leaders.
The bonus mess feeds the insidious notion that there’s something rotten in the state of all business.
The upcoming G20 meeting provides a perfect opportunity to revive trade talks, and Canada should lead.
The CAW didn’t create the financial crisis, but it’s not doing enough to help GM — or taxpayers — get out of it.
Alberta’s former premier and pro football player looks back on a life in politics and extols the virtues of public service.
The former prime minister and co-founder of the G20 talks about the challenge of China, managing an investment fund and more.