Researchers from Canada are shedding new light on how forests reduce ozone, the toxic gas that's linked with a variety of adverse health effects.
In May, home purchases nationwide slipped 6.2 percent compared to April, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association. Down for the second sales period in a row, the dip in buying was the largest monthly decline since 2012.
A substantial number of Canadian employees are tethered to their workstations, a newly released survey suggests, checking their email while at home or on vacation.
With each job gained and unemployment rate lowered, Canada's economy is getting back into a groove, according to a newly released economic outlook.
Approximately 50 percent of Canada's population doesn't have a will, according to a recent TD Bank survey.
Despite adjustments to mortgage rules implemented by the provincial government, homebuying demand has yet to cool in the Greater Toronto Area.
Earthquakes have been felt across much of Canada in recent months.
May was a record-breaking month for car sales in Canada.
In a move that's been both panned and praised, the Ontario government plans to raise the minimum wage level to help more people better finance the cost of living.
By the time 2017 concludes, Toronto's economy will the national leader in growth, according to a new fiscal forecast.