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Canadian economy contracted to start 2015
A haul truck carrying a full load drives away from a mining shovel at the Shell Albian Sands oilsands mine near Fort McMurray, Alta.
Canada's GDP fell 0.1 per cent in January: Stats Can  CityNews
Canada's economy shrank less than expected in January  Reuters Canada
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Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan brings net assets to $154.5B
TORONTO -- The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan earned an 11.8 per cent return on investments last year, taking its net assets to $154.5 billion.
Ontario Teachers Fund Generates 11.8% Return in 2014  Wall Street Journal
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan reports surplus, but warns of headwinds ...  Financial Post
UPDATE 1-Amaya posts huge jump in adjusted profit; seeks Nasdaq listing
(Adds CEO comment, interest in Nasdaq listing, expansion plans). By Euan Rocha. TORONTO, March 31 (Reuters) - Amaya Inc, which recently acquired online gambling sites PokerStars and Full Tilt, reported a near eight-fold rise in quarterly adjusted ...
Amaya revenue surges on PokerStars acquisition, though loss widens  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
PokerStars To Enter Daily Fantasy Sports Market  ODF Report
UPDATE 1-Aspiro soars as star-struck investors miss Jay-Z deal
(Adds further trading halt, comment). By Sven Nordenstam. STOCKHOLM, March 31 (Reuters) - Shares in Aspiro soared by 1,000 percent on Tuesday as investors clamoured for a stake in the Swedish music streaming business bought by rapper Jay-Z this ...
Aspiro soars as star-struck investors miss Jay-Z deal  Reuters Canada
Corporate profit margins at 27-year high and likely to stay there
Canadian corporate profit margins were at a 27-year high in the fourth quarter of 2014, helped by a falling loonie and lower labour costs, according to a study by CIBC Economics.
Corporate profit margins at 27-year high amid falling loonie, labour costs: CIBC  Vancouver Sun
Canadian corporate profit margins reach 27-year high  Advisor.ca
Renewable energy investment rose 17% worldwide in 2014
Worldwide investment in renewable energy rose 17 per cent in 2014 to $270 billion, throwing off the effects of lower oil prices. It was a reversal of a downturn in interest in renewables over the past two years, according to the United Nations Environmental ...
Global green energy investment climbs after two-year decline  Reuters
Canadian investment in renewable energy up 8% in 2014  Financial Post
Former Bombardier CEO's pay cut 14% after missing targets
Bombardier Inc. executive chairman Pierre Beaudoin saw his total compensation fall 14 per cent last year as the company froze the base salaries of non-unionized staff and he failed to meet certain performance targets.
Former Bombardier CEO took a 14 per cent cut in total compensation in 2014  CanadianBusiness.com
Former Bombardier CEO's pay cut 12 pct after missed targets  Reuters
CANADA STOCKS-TSX drops as Teck, resource shares decline
... * TSX off 24.71 points, 0.17 percent, at 14,883.68. * Seven of the index's 10 main sectors fall. * Teck down 8.6 percent on merger-talks denial.
At midday: TSX drops as Teck, resource shares decline  The Globe and Mail
TSX drops as Teck, resource shares decline  Reuters Canada
Canada reducing number of meat inspections, union says
(Reuters) - The Canadian government, under pressure to eliminate its budget deficit, has reduced the frequency of inspections at certain Alberta meat-packing plants and plans to cut spending on food safety, the food inspectors' union said on Tuesday.
Food safety oversight cut at Alberta meat plants, says inspectors' union  Calgary Herald
Food inspection cuts put Canadians at risk, union says  CBC.ca
10 most-viewed items at Like it Buy it Vancouver are discounted for one more day
Likeitbuyitvancouver.com's massive online sale ends at 9 p.m. on Wednesday. We know there are thousands of items to search through, but our data is showing that merchandise from the list of businesses below are among the most popular items on the site.
Like it Buy it  Vancouver Sun