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Bombardier's C Series delivery pushed back to 2016
Bombardier Inc. says the delivery date of its C Series airliner will be pushed back to 2016 after warning last month such a delay was possible because it doesn't control the process.
Bombardier reveals another CSeries delay pushing delivery to 2016  CBC.ca
Bombardier CEO confirms CSeries deliveries delayed until early 2016  CTV News
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Two Vancouver businessmen fined for investment fraud
Two Vancouver businessmen have been ordered to pay penalties totalling almost $52-million after fraudulently raising almost $22-million from investors without revealing their company was near insolvency.
BCSC hits fraudsters with lifetime bans, $15-million fines  Business in Vancouver
$51.7M in fines for fraud  Castanet.net
Canada Post returns to profit in 2014; revenue higher, costs lower than 2013
OTTAWA - Canada Post Group returned to profitability last year as the postal service cut costs and raised revenue with higher stamp prices and increased demand from Canadians having their online purchases shipped to them.
Canada Post profits soar to $194 million, union wants door delivery reinstated  Business in Vancouver
Canada Post returns to profit in 2014  CTV News
Target moves to shut all Canadian stores faster than planned
After taking 26 months to launch its first stores in Canada, U.S. discounter Target Corp. is now looking at shutting all 133 of them in just three months - a month less than originally planned.
Retailers glad with Target's retreat  FreshPlaza
Canadian retailers move past the Target era  Mississauga
Mandryk: If only we had learned from Norway
REGINA - There are 5,109,059 million people in Norway who, by 2020, will have one trillion dollars in oil revenue savings. It's only been since 1963 that Norway asserted its sovereign rights over North Sea oil and only since 1980 that it had its first producing ...
Norway's oil riches and Canadian cord-cutting: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP  CBC.ca
BlackBerry announces lowest quarterly sales in 8 years
BlackBerry posted its lowest quarterly sales in more than eight years on Friday, as the Canadian smartphone maker struggled to find new revenue sources to offset dwindling sales of its handsets.
BlackBerry sends mixed message with year-end results  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
BlackBerry Ltd CEO John Chen feeling better about turnaround prospects ...  Financial Post
Joe Fresh to Launch Shoe Line with Aldo
Discount clothing chain Joe Fresh has announced that it will be providing customers a shoe line thanks to a new partnership with Aldo.
Joe Fresh to sell shoes  Vancity Buzz
Canadian retailer Joe Fresh partners with Aldo on value footwear line  Retail Week
Top trader sees hope for better market conditions amid Aequitas NEO Exchange ...
FotoliaAequitas Innovations Inc. opened the Neo Exchange on March 27, challenging TMX Group Ltd.'s stranglehold on the $2 trillion Canadian equity market.
Trading starts on Aequitas NEO Exchange | Toronto Star  New York Recorder
New stock exchange launches in Toronto, focusing on 'fairness' in ...  CBC.ca
Time to rethink overexposure to domestic stocks
The sharp decline in share prices in the energy sector has left this country's investors - even the ones passively invested in equities - even more aggressively exposed to Canada's domestic economy, just as more and more warnings are heard about the ...
Toronto stock market, Canadian dollar lower as crude, gold fall; BlackBerry up  Vancouver Sun
CANADA STOCKS-TSX drops as energy, financial shares lead losses  Reuters
Girders on 102 Ave. bridge starting to straighten, final piece to be added
City of Edmonton officials said Friday that the four girders on the 102 Avenue Bridge over Groat Road that twisted during installation nearly two weeks ago have started to straighten, and the plan to reopen the major roadway was on-track.
Progress being made on buckled girders over Groat Road  Globalnews.ca
Bridge girders continue to straighten but Groat Road won't open until ...  Edmonton Journal