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The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development says that Canada ranks near the bottom of the league for foreign aid spending, paying 0.24 per cent of GDP last year.
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Tuesday saw the Toronto Stock Exchange close higher as all major sectors advanced with the exception of minerals.
Stephen Harper says that the budget will be balanced in the 2015-16 year despite lower growth.
The assets of bankrupt Cleveland-based Cliff’s Natural Resources will be sold off as the firm exits Canada.
Fidelity Investments economist David Wolf believes that the Bank of Canada will eventually cut interest rates to zero.
Retailer Hudson’s Bay Co saw net income increase by four times that of a year earlier in the quarter ended January 31.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange gained Monday as the markets returned to work and gold prices gave natural resources shares a boost.
The Bank of Canada’s latest business outlook shows that the impact of lower oil prices is being felt far beyond the oil industry.