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Job hopping the new normal
Turns out the Easter Bunny isn't the only one hopping around these days - Canadian workers are, too. A Workopolis poll released Thursday reveals that 51 per cent of those who responded had been in the same job for less than two years, while 30 per cent ...
Employment site finds workers less inclined to stick around  Mississauga
More Canadians likely to 'job hop' to find perfect position, leave ...  Financial Post
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Lululemon stretching out to become a big player in men's wear
Lululemon Athletica Inc., known for dressing women in pricey yoga wear, is chasing the $1-billion man. That is the annual sales target that Laurent Potdevin, the retailer's new chief executive officer, thinks Lululemon can hit in its men's wear business in the ...
Lululemon Athletica Inc CEO pushes beyond yoga wear amid success of &Go ...  Financial Post
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Athabasca triggers oilsands sale to PetroChina
CALGARY - Athabasca Oil Corp. says it is selling its 40 per cent stake in the proposed 250,000-barrel-per-day Dover oilsands project to partner PetroChina for $1.32 billion.
PetroChina Unit to Buy Remaining Stake in Alberta Oil-Sands Operation  Wall Street Journal
Athabasca Oil sells stake in oil sands project to partner PetroChina  Financial Post
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Ottawa uses Quebec model to lift aerospace industry
Ottawa will fund a Canada-wide aerospace industry research group modelled after Quebec's own. The Consortium for Aerospace Research and Innovation in Canada (CARIC) will extend to the breadth of Canada what the Consortium for Research and ...
(MKTW) Bombardier Aerospace Celebrates the Official Launch of CARIC  Wall Street Journal
7th Research Forum - CRIAQ marks the launch of the Consortium for Research ...  DigitalJournal.com
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As search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continues, companies pitch a black ...
The pings have faded altogether. It's been a week since searchers last heard faint sounds from deep below the Indian Ocean, believed to be signals from the black boxes of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The Oddity of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370: Planes Want To Be Seen  Forbes
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Canadians Paying More for Food
Canadians are paying more for food as grocery stores, struggling with higher import prices due to the weaker Canadian dollar, pass the costs on to consumers.
Inflation climbs to 1.5 percent  Fort Frances Times
Inflation rose to 1.5 per cent in March: StatsCan  CTV News
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Maple Leaf shutters wiener facility, shifts production within Hamilton
TORONTO -- Maple Leaf Foods Inc. (TSX:MFI) says it has closed its wiener production facility in Hamilton as part of a broader plan to move the operations to a bigger plant in the same city.
Maple Leaf Closes Brockley Road, Hamilton Plant  DigitalJournal.com
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All 3 Montreal-South Shore bridges to be repaired in 2014
Canada's busiest bridge is getting a $147-million makeover this summer, or perhaps more accurately, a make-under. The underside of the Champlain Bridge will be the target of 85 per cent of the repairs and includes the removal of the superbeam put in place ...
Bridge work ramps up in 2014  Montreal Gazette
Major work on Montreal bridges to begin in May  CTV News
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Out of pocket health-care spending
Canadians' out-of-pocket spending for prescription drugs, dental care and insurance premiums rose over a 12-year period for all families, especially people with lower incomes who may have reduced their use of health-care services, a new report suggests.
Out-of-pocket health costs rising  Calgary Herald
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Rogers Communications Inc racks up near $40-million tab paying CEOs in 2013
Rogers Communications Inc. paid its incoming and outgoing chief executives a total of almost $40-million in 2013, including a retirement package worth $17-million and signing incentives for its new CEO of almost $10-million.
Rogers doles out nearly $40 million on its two CEOs in 2013  Toronto Star
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