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Germany backs Greek extension but bailout fatigue grows
Germany's parliament approved an extension of Greece's bailout on Friday but a record number of dissenters from Angela Merkel's conservatives underscored growing skepticism in Berlin about whether a new Greek government can be trusted to deliver on ...
Greek bailout extension gets Germany's approval  CBC.ca
German lawmakers approve Greek bailout extension  Reuters
The Guardian  
US internet providers will challenge the FCC's tougher net neutrality rules
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler attends the FCC Net Neutrality hearing in Washington. Photo: Reuters.
Federal Communications Commission issues new 'net neutrality' rules  LA Daily News
RRSPs: How to get the most out of your money
There's nothing like an RRSP contribution deadline to get people thinking, and perhaps worrying, about whether they will have enough money to enjoy a comfortable retirement.
Don Cayo: Higher TFSA limits a lame idea that enriches the wealthy  Vancouver Sun
The dark side of a weak Canadian dollar: Prices for food, clothes, books shoot up
Consumers may be cheering the plunge in oil prices, and manufacturers the accompanying slump in the Canadian dollar. But there's something of a dark side to all of this: The weaker currency is driving some other prices up fast.
Low inflation unlikely to trigger interest rate cut  Hamilton Spectator
Saskatchewan inflation up, but CPI down in January  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Bombardier plans test flight of CS300 at Mirabel on Friday
The first flight of the CS300 will take place in Mirabel on Friday, Bombardier has confirmed. The test flight can go ahead after receiving the go-ahead from Transport Canada.
Bombardier CS300 Set for Maiden Flight  Wall Street Journal
Bombardier: CS300 to fly on 27 February  Flightglobal
Canadians aren't ready to cut cords with payphones just yet
Even in the age of the smartphone, Canadians aren't ready to hang up on the payphone. In a surprising report Thursday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission said 32 per cent of Canadians used a payphone at least once in ...
CRTC wonders if communities should be alerted when last payphone to be ...  Toronto Sun
CRTC releases the results of its fact-finding process on the role of ...  NorthumberlandView.ca
Home�News�Local�New H�roux-Devtek plant in Cambridge will mean about ...
The corporate logo of Heroux-Devtek (TSX:HRX), which makes and repairs aircraft components such as landing gears for military and commercial customers, is shown.
Airplane parts plant first to set up in Boxwood  OurWindsor.ca
State-of-the-art aerospace plant opens in Cambridge  Waterloo Record
Business booming at Ford Oakville
Jubilation today as the ceremonial first 2015 Ford Edge rolls of the line in Oakville. The start of production on the 2015 Ford Edge means 400 new full-time jobs added at the assembly plant.
Official kick-off of the new 2015 Ford Edge  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Ford adds 400 jobs in Oakville  Toronto Star
Hamilton Could Break Record for Frozen Pipes
Another extreme cold warning is the last thing about which roughly 100 Hamilton families want to hear. They've been trying to cope without running water because of frozen pipes.
Wait list grows to thaw water pipes: City of Greater Sudbury  CBC.ca
Local homeowner goes days without water due to frozen pipes  News 10NBC
Canadian Tire reports fourth-quarter profit up from year ago, revenue higher
Canadian Tire reported improved fourth-quarter results after seeing an increase in sales of winter tires, Christmas decorations and sports equipment.
Canadian Tire shares hit record high after banner 2014  Toronto Star
Weather or not: Canadian Tire CEO doesn't want to rely on the seasons  Winnipeg Free Press