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New data from Statistics Canada shows little growth in the average Canadian’s paycheck.
A restructuring of Maple Leaf Foods will see its sixth factory closure on December 31 as its Winnipeg plant shuts for good.
Ontario Teachers has agreed to buy a moving and storage firm based in Florida.
John Chen’s vision for Blackberry will be set out in the New Year but he has already been hinting at the firm’s future.
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Another day of gains has sent the Toronto Stock Exchange higher again today as the energy sector rallied again.
The Consumer Price Index rose 2.0 per cent in the 12 months to November, following a 2.4 per cent increase in October.
New StatsCan data on retail sales for October show that overall there was little change from the month before.
The worldwide oil industry has almost US$1 trillion worth of projects scheduled for 2015 that are unlikely to be profitable.
Blackberry’s latest quarterly results have good news and bad.