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The OECD has downgraded its forecast for the Canadian economy citing weak oil and commodities sectors as a major factor.
Canadian consumers increased their average debt to $21,428 excluding mortgages last year according to credit agency TransUnion.
Hundreds of jobs are being cut after announcements by energy companies this week.
The unsold shares from the financing deal for Silver Wheaton Corp. are now in the hands of investors but underwriters of the deal have been left with losses.
Switching from fossil fuels to environmentally-friendly alternatives would be possible without too much pain according to a group of Canadian scholars.
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Oversupply fears have pushed the price of crude and energy stocks lower again on Tuesday but the Toronto Stock Exchange managed a slim gain at the close.
A report from BMO shows an increasing number of Canada’s housing markets are showing weakness.
The government’s income-splitting plan, allowing a high earner to transfer some of their income to a lower-earning spouse will cut $2.2 billion from revenues while doing nothing for low income families.
With fears of oversupply in oil rising again there is now another focus for the energy industry; new supplies of liquefied natural gas.