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There could be a national recession in Canada within a year according to David Madani of Capital Economics.
Last month’s rumours of merger talks between Blackberry and Samsung caused stocks in the Waterloo, Ont. firm to surge although the talks were quickly denied.
The housing market is expected to moderate this year but broadly in line with rest of the economy according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Parasuco Retail Inc. today announced the closure of its stores in Quebec and Ontario with immediate effect and that it is filing for bankruptcy.
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Could this week end as it began? The Toronto Stock Exchange started the week with highs, fell yesterday, but has rebounded again today.
New data from Statistics Canada showed that the trade deficit widened in December to $649 million from $335 million in November.
Canada’s largest oil company is sticking to its plan to invest $1.6 billion this year in its Fort Hills oilsands project.
Air Canada’s low-cost airline Rouge will begin a new year-round daily service between Calgary and Hamilton.
BCE’s joint venture with Rogers Communications to control the cellphone retailer Glentel will boost BCE’s cash holdings.