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Alberta posts worst unemployment rate in decade
OTTAWA -- The bite of the oil-price shock sunk its teeth deeper into the job markets of Canada's oil-producing provinces last month, with Alberta posting its worst unemployment rate in a decade.
Canada's jobless rate climbs as energy rout slams Alberta  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Ontario leads Canada with 19800 new jobs in January  Toronto Star
Suncor Energy acquires nearly 73 per cent of Canadian Oil Sands shares
A pedestrian is reflected in a Suncor Energy sign in Calgary, Feb. 1, 2010. Suncor Energy has announced that nearly 73 per cent of Canadian Oil Sands shares and accompanying rights have been tendered to Suncor's offer.
Suncor gets nearly 73% of Canadian Oil Sands shares
Suncor wins over majority of Canadian Oil Sands shareholders  The Globe and Mail
Oil crash has halted only 0.1 per cent of global production
Only 0.1 per cent of the world's oil production has been halted due to the collapse in crude prices, according to global consultancy Wood Mackenzie, suggesting the recovery will be slower than originally might have been expected.
Canada among few producers to reduce oil output  CTV News
Global Oil Production On Pause, But Decline Seems Imminent  Seeking Alpha
LinkedIn shares plunge almost 44 percent
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Investors gave LinkedIn a poor job review Friday in the form of a dramatic sell-off that wiped out nearly $11 billion in the professional networking site's market value.
LinkedIn shares dive more than 40%, $11B wiped out  Toronto Sun
LinkedIn's Forecast Prompts Analysts to Reconsider Prospects  Bloomberg
TSX posts another solid gain and loonie advances as metal prices climb
e Canadian dollar was also higher for a second day, up 0.15 of a U.S. cent at 72.76 cents US after having soared 1.32 cents Wednesday in its biggest one-day gain in almost four years.
At the open: TSX falls as resource stocks weigh after jobs report  The Globe and Mail
TSX, dollar retreat on weak oil  Toronto Star
The long, dangerous road to Fort McMurray
The highway to Fort McMurray and beyond goes by many names - Suicide 63, Highway of Death, Hell's Highway. It's a well-earned reputation, writes Dakshana Bascaramurty.
Fort McMurray feeling mix of anxiety and hope as oil stays down  MetroNews Canada
From $200000 a year to zero for some oil patch workers  Toronto Star
Inside Conrad Black's mansion, now up for sale
Conrad Black announced yesterday that his Bridle Path mansion at 26 Park Lane Circle will be going up for sale. The 6.6-acre estate, which originally belonged to Black's father, has about 23,000 square feet of interior living space, nine bedrooms and ...
Conrad Black's Bridle Path mansion for sale - check it out  Hamilton Spectator
Conrad Black's family mansion up for sale  Toronto Sun
Metrolinx will consider dropping UP Express prices
Ridership of the gold-plated airport shuttle that runs between Pearson Airport and Union Station dipped below expectations at the end of last year, hitting an all time low.
UP Express ridership hit an all-time low in November and December  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Union Pearson Express ridership slumps to all-time low  The Globe and Mail
BC Premier Christy Clark still trying to deliver on her LNG promise
It is the ultimate political misstep: to over promise and then under deliver. It's also the reality Premier Christy Clark now faces with B.C.
Shell to face short delay, no deferral: Natural Gas Development Minister
Shell postpones LNG decision to late 2016  Peace Arch News
The problem with pipeline pushback
U.S. President Barack Obama closed the door on Keystone XL, the B.C. government announced it couldn't support the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in its current form and Montreal-area mayors have called Energy East too risky.
Breaking: City of Vancouver calls on NEB to reject Kinder Morgan pipeline ...  National Observer
Pipeline – what about climate?  Toronto Star