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The Canadian dollar has slipped below 80 cents US for the first time in almost ...
The loonie closed at 79.87 cents US on Wednesday, down about three-quarters of a cent from Tuesday's close. The Canadian dollar's tumble accelerated just after the U.S.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ falls through 80 US cents after Fed statement  Reuters
Loonie drops below 80 cents amid tumbling oil prices  CTV News
Winnipeg Free Press  
Low oil prices send markets for a tumble
TORONTO�The Toronto stock market was sharply lower Wednesday as oil closed below the $45 (U.S.) mark amid data showing U.S. crude supplies at 80-year highs.
TSX drops over 1.5 pct as Fed statement stokes rate hike fears  Reuters Canada
Stocks tumble, oil falls below US$45, traders wonder about pace of rate hikes  Lethbridge Herald
Tim Hortons Atlantic region offices in Debert affected by nation-wide job losses
DEBERT- Nation-wide job losses at Tim Hortons corporate offices are being felt in Debert but company officials are being mum on how severe the impact will be.
Tim Hortons laying off workers at regional offices and headquarters  CTV News
Why Tim Hortons layoffs were inevitable after takeover  Hamilton Spectator
Fed sees strengthening economy but stays 'patient' on rates
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Reserve's outlook for the U.S. economy is steadily brightening. Yet the Fed will be "patient" in raising interest rates from record lows.
US Fed keeps patient approach to hiking interest rates, optimistic on economy  Sydney Morning Herald
Fed upbeat on US economy; sticks to rate hike plans  Hindu Business Line
Canada posts weakest annual job growth since 2009
Job growth in Canada was the slowest since 2009 last year and the labour-force participation rate is lower than originally reported, suggesting there is less steam in the country's labour market than first thought.
Changes to jobless data due to government short-changing Statcan: NDP  Winnipeg Free Press
Job creation stats revised downward  CHCH News
Ensign Energy cuts director, senior executive compensation
Ensign Energy Services Inc. is cutting its director compensation and executive salaries to help deal with weak oil and gas prices.
Cenovus reducing contract workforce, cuts $700 million from budget  Fort McMurray Today
Ensign Energy cuts 2015 spending, defers new drilling rigs  Reuters Africa
Winnipeg power outage adds insult to injury on day 2 of boil water-advisory
Not only is the entire city slick after freezing rain and still without drinkable tap water, but thousands were also left without power after an outage swept through Winnipeg's Garden City and River East neighbourhoods Wednesday night.
North Winnipeg hit with power outage, boil-water advisory  CTV News
Power Outage Affecting Thousands  CJOB
Drone captures shots of Walterdale Bridge progress
A drone over downtown captured views the Walterdale Bridge replacement project not seen before. The drone was hired by Dialog, a design firm working on the project, and is believed to be the first time a commercial permit has been issued by Transport ...
Edmonton's first-ever sanctioned drone flight takes off  Edmonton Sun
Drone history made in downtown Edmonton
Council approves Convention Centre's $3.75 million settlement with Stuart Olson
Related Items. Articles. CentreVenture will have to invite new proposals, will compete against True North. There was no debate on the floor of council Wednesday morning as the $3.75-million settlement between the convention centre and contractor Stuart ...
Carlton Inn site to go back on market despite secret deal made last year  CTV News
Winnipeg city council puts brakes on True North hotel plan
Union to GM: Decide now what happens to Oshawa plant
Unifor argues automaker shouldn't wait until after next contract negotiation to make final decision. 0 January 28, 2015 by Canadian Press.
Union asks for clarity on future of Oshawa GM plant  CTV News
No decision on future of Oshawa plants until well into 2016: GM