US and Canadian officials are seeking for more stringent measures to prevent "a major loss of life" from oil train wrecks.
Other airports are watching Montreal's program that lets travelers book access to the front of the security line.
CTV reporter Omar Sachedina provides insight into the Canadian Supreme Court striking down anti-prostitution laws.
Canada's highest court cut down all three prostitution-related laws, saying they deny the right to life, liberty and security of the person.
Pot-related businesses keep springing up, and one of them is WeedMaps.com, which could be called the Yelp of the medical marijuana business.
Canada Post will begin to phase out door-to-door mail delivery and convert service to community mailboxes, the Toronto Star reported Wednesday.
A report from the International Energy Agency also said that events outside the U.S. will continue to affect pricing.
Entrepreneurial activity is bubbling up around the globe—from Africa to South America—as more governments look for avenues of economic growth.
A Reuters study found that Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei controls a massive financial empire built from property seizures from ordinary Iranians.
Jason Rotman, Lido Isle Advisors, and Dave Aitel, Immunity CEO, discuss Canada's rejection of the Chinese company Lenovo's bid to buy BlackBerry.
The flagship Saks Fifth Avenue store in New York City will get a major makeover, as part of the $2.4 billion acquisition of Saks by Hudson's Bay Co. of Canada.
Hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil a day will move from western Canada into the U.S., even if the Keystone XL Pipeline is never built.
"I think there's a lot of future value in Blackberry," John Sculley tells the Globe and Mail of Toronto.
China is establishing itself as a credible competitor in the global weapons market. The NYT reports.
After settling lingering issues over beef and cheese quotas, the EU and Canada inked a trade deal integrating two of the world's biggest economies.
If you want to break OPEC, approve the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline, T. Boone Pickens tells CNBC.
John Sculley, Partner, Sculley Brothers says that the U.S. is struggling to find a balance with two different ideas of running an economy, noting that neighboring Canada is in a more stable state.
Now that the U.S. has edged past Russia as the world's largest oil and gas producer, the drumbeat to export some of that oil bounty might get louder.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo about tensions the firm ally has with the US and technology's impact on all sectors.
Jo Twist, CIO of Ukie and Henrique Olifiers, Co-founder of Bossa Studios, talk to CNBC about the state of the UK gaming industry.