Business Canada

  • Supreme Court to Hear Immigration Case

    Scott Budman, KNTV reports the Supreme Court will hear Arizona's controversial immigration case, with NBC's Pete Williams. Also, Canada is pulling out of the Kyoto Protocol; MF Global's former CEO, Jon Corzine, will testify at a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday; and New Jersey Nets owner and Russian billionaire, Mikhail Prokhorov intends to run against Vladmir Putin for president of Russia.

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    The industry is  at a unique point in history, where  economic growth overseas, high energy costs, demand for commodities  and better recovery technologies have converged to swell revenue.

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    The Obama administration said plans to build a 1,700-mile oil pipeline from Canada to Texas were on hold to study how environmentally sensitive areas could be avoided.

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    Consumers in the United States and Canada have sued Research in Motion for a days-long service outage on BlackBerry devices that rippled across the world earlier this month.

  • Positioning Your Portfolio

    Canada is trying to diversify from the US, says Dennis Gartman, of the Gartman Letter. "GDP numbers show Canada is dependent on US," he adds.

  • Why he thinks it's important to have at least one international stock in your portfolio.

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    As some of the toughest new banking rules, known as Basel III,  are imposed across the globe, John Taft, CEO of  retail brokerage firm RBC Wealth Management, thinks the rest of the world is now turning "into what Canada was, going into the financial crisis."

  • Regional Banks Profit on Consolidation

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the growing power of regional banks, and a look at profitable Canadian banks, with John Taft, RBC U.S. Wealth Management CEO.

  • Why he thinks it's important to have at least one international stock in your portfolio.

  • TD Bank

    TD Bank Group started in Toronto and has become the sixth-largest North American bank by using a basic business model, Ed Clark, the bank's president and CEO, told CNBC Friday.

  • Canadian Banks Flourish

    A look at Canada's Bay Street bank and why that country's financial institutions continue to grow, with Ed Clark, TD Bank, CEO.

  • Mention gambling and glitzy images of Las Vegas come to mind. But you'll be surprised to know Americans are not the world's biggest gamblers. In fact, the world’s biggest gambling nations include plenty of unlikely candidates.The rankings are based on data from , a consultancy based in London. They take into account average gaming losses (the amount bet and never recovered) in a year divided by the adult population in over 200 countries. The numbers include money lost on all types of betting inc

    The world’s biggest gambling nations include plenty of unlikely candidates. Read on to find out the countries with the biggest losers and the boldest gamblers.

  • By Darren Rovell

    After the Canucks got shut out in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals, losing to the Boston Bruins, the city residents put on one of the most heinous riots we've ever seen surrounding a sporting event.

  • Wal-Mart Stores said Friday its board has approved a new share buyback program worth $15 billion to replace its existing program.

  • Trading the Globe: G8 Summit

    David Riedel, Riedel Research, outlines four main topics investors should watch at the G8.

  • Oil Rich Alberta Province on Fire

    Some entire towns in Alberta have been burned to the ground, reports Ted Henley, Alberta's 660News.

  • Gross: Pimco Not Short US Bonds

    Bill Gross, Pimco Co-CIO & founder, explains there is a misconception that Pimco is short US Treasuries. Investors can find pristine balance sheets in countries like Canada, he adds.

  • Enbridge: Pipe Dreams?

    Enbridge reported a robust quarter, delivering 89 Canadian cents per share, a 2-cent beat, with Pat Daniel, President and CEO of Enbridge, and Mad Money host Jim Cramer.

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    Canadian drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals International said it made an unsolicited $5.7 billion bid to buy Cephalon and plans to make its case directly to Cephalon shareholders.

  • Want to use currencies to trade on pending deals? Here's how.