Canadian leader Justin Trudeau is on a week-long visit to China, and complicated bilateral ties mean he has his work cut out for him.
China's canola dispute with Canda will be a sticking point in bilateral ties and free-trade negotiations, says Brock University's Charles Burton.
British and French parents are among the least likely to have saved money for their child's education, says a survey by HSBC.
University of British Columbia's Paul Evans says Trudeau wants to engage in multilateral relations with China through the AIIB.
The former government was ambivalent about China, focusing on human rights issues instead of a strategic focus, says Ryerson University's Jeremy Kinsman.
Experts say U.S. travelers are suffering from a vacation deficit, and Labor Day weekend may be the perfect opportunity to remedy that.
A Fed rate hike is looking more likely for September. And that's just one of the headwinds facing the stock market in the fall, says John Kilduff.
Kanye West fans can buy a taste of "The Life of Pablo" this weekend following the rapper-turned-fashion mogul's announcement of 21 pop-up stores.
The chain will offer an alternative toy after reports the toy's band may cause skin irritations.
According to the EIU's Global Liveability Ranking, six of the top 10 livable cities in the world are in Australia and Canada.
Passengers travelling to and from the U.S. and Canada are being given fun-size chocolate bars rather than a meal on flights.
Many U.S. voters have shown this year that they're skittish on foreign trade, but two close U.S. allies are moving in the opposite direction.
A suspect was dead after Canada's national police force thwarted what an official said was a suicide bomb plot.
Here's why oil prices are dropping and won't recover anytime soon, says John Kilduff.
Ever since Tesla announced plans to build a battery plant in Nevada, investors have started paying attention to the silver state's lithium deposits.
The global smash-hit "Pokemon Go" mobile game finally launched in Japan, bringing the record-setting global hit to the home of the Pokemon characters.
U.S. refiners could be helping set the stage for another day of reckoning for oil prices.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an article in the New York Times written by Frank Bruni titled, "A Bachelor Named Britain, Looking for Love."
Mexican, Canadian and U.S. leaders share the same economic vision of North America, says ManattJones Global Strategies' Michael Camunez.
At a trilateral press conference in Canada for the North American Leaders' Summit, President Obama answers questions on the possible outcomes of the presidential election and how it would affect immigration.