Several recalls were announced this week, including a recall of more than 202,000 Ford vehicles.
The country is looking to introduce a law next spring to legalize recreational pot use.
Here's why falling oil prices haven't dampened crude output — even for producers who are losing money on every barrel.
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan is eyeing more investments in Asia after taking a stake in India's Snapdeal earlier this year, says CEO Ron Mock.
Ron Mock, CEO of Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Canada's largest single profession pension plan-talks about the fund's investment strategy.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he does not think a renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement is a "real issue."
CNBC's Susan Li reports on her conversation with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about his views on trade and the Canadian economy.
CNBC's Susan Li asks Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, about economic growth despite global pressures, and the U.S. election.
CNBC's Susan Li asks Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, about ensuring fair immigration policy, and safety.
China's Anbang raised its bid for Starwood. But the country's M&A binge is beginning to disappoint, says NYU Stern's Rob Salomon. Here's why.
Bank of Montreal will roll out what it claims is the first credit card program that will allow users to complete payments with a "selfie".
Housing prices in Australasia rose the most last year, with both Australia and New Zealand seeing climbs exceeding 10 percent, Knight Frank said Friday.
Several food items have been recalled this week, including junk food favorites like pizza and chicken nuggets.
Canada's banks and housing markets are stronger, and its immigration trends are also favorable, explains Barry Schwartz from Baskin Wealth Management.
"The relationship, the friendship between our two countries goes far beyond any two individuals or any ideologies," Trudeau says at the White House.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports on the joint press conference between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Obama, on the friendship between the countries.
CNBC's John Harwood reports highlights from the joint press conference between U.S. President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, including agreements on climate change and comments on the 2016 presidential race.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hold a joint-press conference at the White House and discuss the effects the upcoming election has on the Supreme Court nomination process and the current tone of politics from the Republican party. President Obama says that the Republican base is pushing a polarizing agenda.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hold a joint-press conference at the White House and discuss the relationship between the two countries and the leaders' views on each other. President Obama says the partnership between the U.S. and Canada requires steady effort and that it is vital to work together to shape international agendas.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hold a joint-press conference at the White House to discuss among other things the fight against ISIS, getting humanitarian aid to Syrian refugees, and commitment to unite on climate change.