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Oil prices have lost some of the momentum of the past week bringing losses in the energy sector.
The energy sector had plenty going on today apart from oil prices easing back.
The Quebec government have funds available to help Bombardier if the firm needs liquid funds.
Figures from StatsCan show that wholesale sales rose 2.5 per cent to $55.4 billion in December with six of seven subsectors gaining, representing 80 per cent of wholesale sales.
Retirement is getting further away for more Canadians. A poll by Sun Life shows that 60 per cent of respondents think they will be working past their 65th birthday, with 32 per cent expecting to still be employed full time.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange outperformed some of its peers Tuesday as a failure of talks between Greece and its creditors stalled yesterday with fears of a Eurozone crisis weighing heavily.
Canada’s western provinces saw a drop in demand for existing homes in the first month of this year, as the country parses through the latest salse statistics.
One off costs are one of the reasons behind a loss of U$514.2 million at Restaurant Brands, the firm created from the merger of Tim Hortons with Burger King.
Alberta will dip into recession this year but it will be mild and short-lived according to a report from CIBC World Markets.