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BlackBerry cuts Waterloo and Florida workforce, including significant ...
MobileSyrup has received multiple reports that over the past two days a significant number of BlackBerry employees at the company's Waterloo offices have been laid off.
BlackBerry cuts 200 jobs in Canada, US  The Globe and Mail
Smartphone company BlackBerry cutting 200 staff in Waterloo, Florida  Windsor Star
Toronto Sun  
Ontario the only province to show job gains in January
TORONTO -- Ontario led Canada in job creation in January, adding a net total of 19,800 jobs, most of them full-time, but there are still stubborn pockets in the province where work remains scarce.
Manitoba unemployment rate climbs to 6.1%  Brandon Sun
Canada's jobless rate climbs as energy rout slams Alberta  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Federal natural resources minister says pipelines are political
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr speaks to media after a breakfast speech at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce in Calgary, Ab., on Friday February 5, 2016.
Federal minister and business leaders discuss pipelines and slumping economy  CTV News
Feds won't push for Canadian pipelines in U.S.  Calgary Sun
Canada January housing starts slow as energy slump bites
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian housing starts slowed in January as groundbreaking on new homes fell to the lowest level in four years in provinces that have been hurt by the downturn in the energy sector, a report from the national housing agency showed ...
Pace of housing starts slowed in January, CMHC says  Waterloo Record
Canadian Housing Starts Trend Lower in January  NorthumberlandView.ca (press release) (registration) (blog)
US vacation hot spots offer discounts to dollar-weary Canadians
Grace Tenhoeve used to be a diehard snowbird, fleeing to Florida every year to escape Canadian winters. But this year, the 71-year-old isn't taking flight.
How to boost flailing economy  Toronto Star
Worried about Canada's economy? Its 'saviour' just showed up  Globalnews.ca
Canada leads in production cut amid plunging crude prices
Canada has seen the most production curtailed in response to depressed prices of any major oil producer, a leading consultancy said Friday, though many companies in Western Canada and elsewhere are willing to record an operating loss to keep some ...
Canada among few producers to reduce oil output despite unprofitable prices  Montreal Gazette
Oil prices fall as market fears another Fed rate hike  Houston Chronicle
Ottawa wary of aiding Bombardier without corporate structure changes
The federal government is expressing reservations about providing financial aid to struggling plane maker Bombardier Inc. without changes to the company's corporate governance and leadership.
Trudeau pushing for Bombardier Inc governance changes in exchange for ...  Financial Post
Trudeau must think hard before rebuffing Bombardier, Tobin says  Montreal Gazette
LinkedIn shares dive more than 40%, $11B wiped out
LinkedIn Corp's shares plunged as much as 43% on Friday, wiping out nearly $11 billion of market value, after the social network for professionals shocked Wall Street with a revenue forecast that fell far short of expectations.
LinkedIn shares plummet almost 44 per cent  CTV News
LinkedIn sheds $11 billion in value on stock's worst day since debut  Times of India
Egg farmers to phase out cage housing over 20 years
Manitoba Egg Producers, which in 2013 called a halt to installation of conventional cages, has publicly demonstrated enriched housing systems.
Egg Farmers of Canada launches industry-wide shift from “conventional” hen ...  food in canada
Province offering incentive for farms and towns to bring in solar power
The provincial government announced the investment of millions of dollars to help towns and farms to start using solar power. The Alberta government said $5 million was being invested to help municipalities and farmers start using solar power with a ...
Here comes the sun: Alberta government announces renewable energy funding  Edmonton Journal
Province announces $5.5M to boost solar efforts  Medicine Hat News