With the risk of a trade war heating up, here are the U.S. states that rely the most on foreign trade as a percentage of GDP.
Everything you need to know about NAFTA, including a comparison of economic numbers before and since the agreement was signed in 1994.
Canada is in, and OPEC is out. In this week's chart on oil imports, we also look at the declining influence of the world's most infamous...
In a hidden corner of Northwestern Canada lies some of the world's most significant mineral potential. It's called the Golden Triangle.
As the United States strives towards energy independence, watch how oil imports have dramatically shifted from the Middle East to a new oil source.
The Arctic is one of the last resource frontiers, and it is home to untapped amounts of resource wealth: oil, gas, and minerals. See how much...
There's only one pillar left holding up the Canadian housing market. Without Vancouver, housing prices would have declined nationally by -1.1% in February.
With Arctic ice thawing, the race for natural resources, shipping routes, and other territorial claims is heating up. The race for Arctic Domination is on.
See how mining contributes to the wealth of people in the province of Manitoba as well as the rest of Canada.
Compare the United States, China, and Canada side-by-side to see the differences in how these energy titans consume, produce, and import/export energy.