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Business & Financial News

Our business stories help grow & engage your audience

Business & Financial News

Keep audiences coming back & staying longer on your properties with our real-time Canadian business news.

With veteran business reporters across the country, The Canadian Press offers a steady stream of business news.

Give your digital, broadcast and print audiences high-quality, high-volume business content from a trusted source at a fraction of the time and cost required to produce it yourself.

Our up-to-the-minute newsfeed of business articles, audio, photos, video and graphics in English and French is used by:

  • The Globe and Mail, MoneySense, BNN, CBC, TMX and companies looking to grow audiences and ad revenue.
  • Brands looking to scale their content marketing efforts and add credibility with relevant news from a reputable source.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Finance Bill Morneau

Why Clients Choose Us

  • Breaking news: We've broken story after story on Bombardier, Air Canada and more.
  • Insightful daily market coverage: We cover daily market movers and make sense of the earnings reports of major Canadian companies, telling the story behind the numbers.
  • Hard-hitting, balanced financial news reporting: We cover the nation’s finances and the economy through a political lens.
  • Exclusive Associated Press world news: AP's vast international business wire is only available in Canada through CP.

Unmatched Depth & Breadth

Whether you target a B2B or B2C audience, our versatile journalists offer a mix of corporate business news and consumer-friendly content:

  • Oil and gas: Our team in Calgary comprehensively covers the oil-patch downturn and its ongoing effects on Alberta.
  • Real estate and retail: Our team offers analysis of the volatile Canadian real estate market, plus trend pieces and coverage of the retail scene.
  • Personal finance: Our popular weekly “Money Monitor” feature covers taxes, savings, investments, insurance, retirement planning and more.
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Sample Business & Financial Newsfeed

Pornhub pushes back against accusations that it allows child sexual abuse materials
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Pornhub has pushed back against accusations that is allows child sexual abuse materials on its popular online pornography websit...

The Latest: FBI urges retests for people tested at NJ lab
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VENTNOR, N.J. — The FBI is telling anyone who underwent a coronavirus test at a New Jersey laboratory to get retested and to c...

Iowa's contact-tracing firm helped Trump, Reynolds campaigns
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After facing a workforce shortage for months, Iowa awarded an emergency $2.3 million contact-tracing contract to a company that ...

Google AI researcher's exit sparks ethics, bias concerns
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Prominent artificial intelligence scholar Timnit Gebru helped improve Google's public image as a company that elevates Black com...

Biden predicts 'bleak future' if Congress doesn't act on aid
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President-elect Joe Biden is predicting a “bleak future” if Congress doesn't take speedy action on a coronavirus aid bill am...

Energy powers S&P/TSX composite index to highest level since February; loonie up
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Energy powered Canada's main stock index to its highest since Feb. 24 as crude oil prices increased for a fifth straight week an...

States submit vaccine orders as coronavirus death toll grows
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States faced a deadline on Friday to place orders for the coronavirus vaccine as many reported record infections, hospitalizatio...

Ex-MP says no 'backroom' dealings involved in subcontract for 10,000 ventilators
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A former Liberal MP whose medical company was subcontracted as part of a $237-million ventilator deal with the federal governmen...

Childcare adds to strain for working mothers as pace of job gains slows
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Canada's working mothers saw their jobs gains stall in November after months of growth, and those who are working are seeing gre...

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