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The Toronto Stock Exchange suffered another turbulent day Tuesday but has ended slightly in positive territory.
A new piece of legislation aims to tackle the issue of goods being unfairly priced higher in Canada than in the US.
The shareholders of Tim Hortons have voted yes to the Burger King deal which was approved by regulators last week.
Hudson’s Bay Co has posted third quarter results showing a $13 million net loss and normalized earnings of $116 million after sales at the Toronto based retail group almost doubled to $1.913 billion from a year earlier.
The energy sector is rapidly revising its spending plans for 2015 with oil revenues plummeting.
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The energy sector suffered another sizeable loss today driving down the Toronto Stock Exchange once more.
The federal government is to invest $300 million in Pratt & Whitney to help protect 1,500 jobs at the firm’s Ontario and Quebec plants.
The total value of building permits was $7.5 billion in October, edging up 0.7 per cent from September according to data from StatsCan.
Credit rating agency Fitch has warned that Canada’s banks are at risk due to “unsustainable” levels of consumer debt.