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Figures released today by Statistics Canada show that real gross domestic product (GDP) by industry increased in every province and territory except New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Yukon in 2014.
Bell Helicopters is cutting more than a thousand jobs from its global operations including 300 in Quebec.
Canadian companies are not prepared for disruptive technology including robots and artificial intelligence.
Analysts seem to be impressed by Canadian Airlines’ plan to turn around its fortunes but investors are not quite so keen.
The Fed starts its two day monetary policy meeting Tuesday and is being widely anticipated by the world markets.
Apple reported its quarterly results after the closing bell Monday and beat revenue and profit forecasts.
An event later this week in which Tesla will unveil its new household battery has seen shares in the company soar by 16 per cent from a year ago.
Nearly a third of American workers are over 50 and there are now more over 65s in the workforce than teenagers.
It was a good early start for the Toronto Stock Exchange with the main index gaining in early trading as Restaurant Brands International, the company behind Tim Hortons reported earnings.