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The failed vote to push through the Keystone XL pipeline yesterday has been followed by more bad news for TransCanada.
Drilling will be down by around 10 per cent in 2015 according to estimates from The Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Association has expressed concern that homes here remain more expensive than those south of the border.
Tim Hortons has announced that its coffee and breakfast sandwiches will be 10 per cent higher in most locations from next Wednesday.
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The TSX was at near-three-month highs during Wednesday’s trading as energy stocks gave a boost to a market subdued by poor performance by gold producers and a downgrade for Blackberry.
Last week the market was excited by Blackberry again as CEO John Chen set out a new vision for a company focused on enterprise software and tie-ups with some of China’s biggest smartphone manufacturers. But today...
It was a close vote but last night the Democrat-controlled Senate failed to get the majority needed to approve the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline; falling short by a single vote.
Target Canada has struggled since launching here last year and today executives acknowledged that there was a lot of work needed to try to turn it around.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation presented its outlook for the Toronto property market today and predicts no slow down in the rise of prices.