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BlackBerry Passport vs BlackBerry Classic – QWERTY Keyboard Phones Are ...
While most of the famous manufacturers are creating touch screen phones to satisfy their picky customers, BlackBerry refused to adapt to this new trend and continued making QWERTY Keyboard Phones for the category of business people who text a lot, ...
Struggling BlackBerry announces new round of layoffs  Malay Mail Online
BlackBerry lays off unspecified number of employees globally  CBC.ca
MarketWatch  
The cost of cheap gas
Most economists got this one wrong: Despite their savings at the gas pump, consumers have slowed rather than increased their spending.
Cheap oil not fueling growth  Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Why many experts missed this: Cheap oil can hurt US economy  Sioux City Journal
CFIA recalls some potatoes in Atlantic Canada over tampering concerns
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced a recall on some potatoes sold in Atlantic Canada after police received complaints of nails found in some products.
Loblaws issues recall after metal objects found in Atlantic Canada potatoes  CBC.ca
Recall issued after tampering of spuds discovered  Truro Daily News
Vancouver mayor calls on citizens to contribute to oil spill review
After the Coast Guard promised to conduct a review of its actions during last month's oil spill, Vancouver's mayor says people living in the city also need to play a role in that review.
'Speculation tax' could curb real estate prices: mayor  CTV News
Vancouver condo king Bob Rennie calls for tax on speculation  CBC.ca
Second Costco to open in Saskatoon's Rosewood area
The rumours are true. A second Costco is officially coming to Saskatoon. Arbutus Properties announced Saturday that Costco will be the anchor tenant for a retail development called The Meadow Market in Saskatoon.
Second Costco coming to Saskatoon  Globalnews.ca
New neighbourhood in Saskatoon to include a Costco  CBC.ca
Business strategist says Vancity millennial housing report overblown
VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - A few days ago, a Vancity report warned that too many young, educated professionals are leaving Metro Vancouver, pushed out by the high price of housing and stagnant wages.
Vancouver real estate prices pushing millennials to leave city: report  CBC.ca
Oil spill could cost Vancouver $1.2 billion: report
Crews on spill response boats work to contain bunker fuel leaking from the bulk carrier cargo ship Marathassa, second right, on Burrard Inlet in Vancouver, B.C.
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver's economy $1.2 billion: city report  Winnipeg Free Press
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver economy $1.2 billion: study  Vancity Buzz
Ottawa ranks first among Canadian cities for flood preparedness, says study
A study, commissioned by the Co-Operators insurance company and written by the University of Waterloo, has found Ottawa to be number one most flood-ready city in Canada.
Halifax disputes bottom ranking in flood preparedness report  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Regina gets C-minus score for flood prep | Video  Regina Leader-Post
Oil leak off Nova Scotia during wreck removal
San Francisco: An operation to remove a bulk cargo vessel from a wreck site in Nova Scotia turned problematic when it leaked a substantial amount of its oil cargo, officials revealed on Friday.
Oil Leak Contained at MV Miner Site  MarineLink
Oil and water  Cape Breton Post
Bus strike avoided for the Owen Sound area
A bus strike in the Owen Sound area that would have affected schools and transit service has been adverted after new three-year deal was ratified on Friday night.
No bus driver strike in Owen Sound area  Owen Sound Sun Times
No Bus Strike Monday  Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre