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Wall Street flat after leftists win Greek elections
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were little changed on Monday after a decisive Greek election victory by the Syriza party spurred concern over fresh instability in the euro zone, even as the possibility of Greece leaving the bloc was considered remote.
Greek election: Reaction to Syriza's victory - live updates  Telegraph.co.uk
Greece anti-bailout leader Tsipras made prime minister  BBC News
Toronto Sun  
TSX declines, traders look to Fed rate announcement, Canadian/US growth data
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market was lower Monday as traders played it cautious ahead of a busy week for economic data and earnings news, including the U.S.
TSX declines after Greek election results  Reuters Canada
CANADA STOCKS-Futures point to lower start, Europe concerns weigh  Reuters
TD Bank downgrades economic forecast, predicts another rate cut
TORONTO -- TD Bank is cutting its 2015 forecast for Canada's economy due to the drop in oil prices and predicting that the Bank of Canada will cut its key interest rate by another quarter of a percentage point in March.
One rate cut the banks are more than willing to pass on to you  Financial Post
Speculators score big on plunging loonie  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Japanese fashion chain Uniqlo to open in Canada
A Uniqlo shop in Tokyo. Japanese fashion giant Fast Retailing Co., which makes popular Uniqlo brand clothing, is opening its first two Canadian stores in Toronto.
Uniqlo to open first Canadian stores in 2016  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Japanese fashion retailer Uniqlo to open first two Canadian locations in Toronto  Financial Post
Sears Canada names Ronald Boire CEO
Jan 26 (Reuters) - Struggling department store chain Sears Canada Inc named Ronald Boire president and chief executive. Boire took over as the company's acting president and CEO on Oct. 15 after Douglas Campbell resigned in September, citing personal ...
Sears Canada makes it official: Ronald Boire appointed CEO, president  CTV News
Sears Canada names acting CEO-president Ronald Boire to top management job  Financial Post
Canadian Helicopters selected by Shell for Shelburne offshore drilling project
MONTREAL - Canadian Helicopters Ltd. has been selected for personnel, cargo and medevac transportation as well as search and rescue operations for the Shelburne Basin drilling project off Nova Scotia's southeast coast.
Shell Canada Energy leases 3 choppers from Montreal firm  CanadianManufacturing.com
HNZ Group earns $20-million contract to support Shelburne Basin project  TheChronicleHerald.ca (registration)
Obama Makes the Most of India's Republic Day Parade
NEW DELHI - India's military forces marched past President Obama and India's president and prime minister in great waves of color on Monday morning.
Pleased with tangible progress on key issues with India: US  Firstpost
India and U.S. Commit to Global Fight against Climate Change  Scientific American
Many Canadian entrepreneurs lacking in basic financial knowledge
It's still early days in the battle and no one is resting on their laurels... Auto · Best of Windsor · Environment · Health · Home and Garden · Jobs.
Several Canadian entrepreneurs lacking in simple economic information ...  National Gazette
Cree Community in Manitoba Blocks Access to Construction of Hydro Line
Sapotaweyak Cree Nation Blockade The members of Sapotaweyak Cree Nation man a blockade along Highway 10 north of Swan River, Manitoba on Saturday Jan. 24, 2014.
Teepees set up as protest of Bipole III's planned route  Winnipeg Free Press
Cree community in Manitoba blocks access to construction of Bipole 3  MetroNews Canada
Be ready -- retirement requires saving
MONEY MATTERS Recent reports suggest many Canadians are not saving enough for retirement*. And with Canadians living longer, healthier lives than ever before, your retirement income will likely need to last for twenty, thirty or more years.
Why clients need to stretch retirement savings  Advisor.ca
Retired life going exactly as planned for most Canadians  Canada NewsWire (press release)