In Switzerland, a gold rush to arms

A Sunday referendum that could see Switzerland take back its gold held overseas is sowing dissension and fear across Europe

Oil sands investment set to plunge by 25% next year

Your top financial and economic news for Nov. 6

For precious metals, the worst may be yet to come

Your top financial and economic news for Nov. 3

Is the Canadian economy’s 7-month winning streak about to end?

Your top financial and economic news for Oct. 31

The secret treasure

The Bank of Canada’s move, and what it means for a fabled underground vault

As the BOC prepares for a massive relocation, rumours of its gold reserves still swirl

Does reality TV’s gold boom suggest an end to soaring prices?

Gold Rush fans may not want to change the channel just yet

South African gold companies face class-action lawsuit

Workers say they are sick with silicosis

Taking up the torch

Taking up the torch: why Canadians should celebrate London’s successes

Turning a Winter nation into a Summer nation isn’t a short-term project.

Gold is tasteless: So why put it in food?

A food historian, a food writer and a chef all chime in on the trend that’s been around for longer than you think.



Book by Chris Cleave

The British are coming—for our gold

That’s why our exports to the U.K. have tripled over a decade!


Commodities boom, miners’ bust

Canadian resource companies were among the worst performers of the year