Jim Cramer advises that the big crash for oil hasn't happened and won't because of these three things.
NATO is more relevant now than it has been since the end of the Cold War with threats from both Russia and ISIS, but funding is an issue.
Cinderella teams that go deep into the NCAA basketball tournament can reap serious riches for their schools.
Toronto former Mayor Rob Ford is auctioning off several items on eBay, including the necktie he wore on the day he admitted to smoking crack cocaine.
Since her win at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, Miss P has been at the top of the Empire State Building and starred for Broadway.
Online dating enrollment skyrockets between New Year's Day and Valentine's Day, a busy time for expensive online dating coaches.
At the G-20 summit, Joe Oliver, finance minister of Canada, says that quantitative easing is not enough to fix Europe's problems, and a compromise must be struck in the Greek debt negotiations
Low oil will stick around for about 18 months, but Alberta premier Jim Prentice said the region's economy is resilient.
Jim Prentice, Premier of the Province of Alberta, discusses his expectations for the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Discussing the severity of the weaker oil drill rig count in Canada, with Jim Prentice, Premier of the Province of Alberta.
As oil prices fall, it becomes harder for energy companies to maintain profitability.
Car sales are set to rise again this year, albeit at a slower pace, continuing a five-year recovery, boosted by Chinese and U.S. demand, IHS forecasts.
The US Senate has passed the final Keystone bill which now faces veto by President Obama.
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by strong potash sales and lower costs.
Uniqlo will open two flagship locations in Toronto in fall 2016, its first stores in the country.
Central banks are in combat mode. On the front lines: Europe, Denmark, Canada, Switzerland, Peru and India.
Ron Mock, CEO of the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, talks about the upcoming European Central Bank meeting, saying that any stimulus must go beyond government bond-buying.
Commodity currencies may face a race to the bottom as the Bank of Canada's surprise rate cut may pressure Australia's central bank to follow suit.
With the Bank of Canada prepared to loosen monetary policy further, coupled with a strengthening greenback, the loonie will see further downside, says Paul Mackel, Head of Asia Currency Research at HSBC.
The Bank of Canada cut its benchmark rate on Wednesday to counter the effects of cheaper oil on economic growth and inflation.