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A flood of foreign workers drives up western unemployment: Tim Harper
OTTAWA�Employment Minister Jason Kenney can parry the anecdotal evidence and he can challenge the statistical evidence. He can even try to turn around the perception problem, but when all three are coming at him simultaneously, defending his broken ...
Overhaul foreign worker program  Toronto Sun
Temporary foreign worker program in NB
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Gas pains will get worse before levelling off
Hockey fans thinking of heading down to Montreal to catch a playoff game, should be sure to fill-up before they leave the city. Even with prices here approaching $1.40 per litre, that still constitutes a bargain compared to Montreal - home of the highest prices ...
LOOK: This Is How High Gas Prices Are Across Canada  Huffington Post Canada
Gas prices continue soaring in Canada, breaking records in New Brunswick  The Globe and Mail
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Toronto-based e-reader Kobo lays off 63 people
Toronto-based e-reader company Kobo laid off 63 people on Thursday, only a few weeks after appointing a new president, amid what it called �organizational changes.
Kobo Cuts Over 60 Positions  Publishers Lunch Deluxe (subscription)
Breaking: Kobo Makes Organizational Changes in Toronto  Good E-Reader (blog)
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Encana sells stake in Alberta LNG fuel plant
CEO Doug Suttles has set Encana Corp. on track to focus on its core areas and key strengths. Photograph by: Jeff McIntosh , THE CANADIAN PRESS.
Ferus Assumes Encana's Stake in LNG Joint Venture  NGT News
Ferus NGF Buys Out Encana, Takes Over Alberta LNG Facility  Natural Gas Intelligence
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Wynne zaps us again on electricity
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Ontario Liberals offer hydro perks to business  Toronto Star
As rates rise, province to expand electricity discounts for some businesses  Ottawa Business Journal
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Ottawa unveils proposal for new pension plans
The federal government is adding more letters to the alphabet soup that spells out how Canadians save for retirement. Ottawa unveiled its proposal for the TBP, or Target Benefit Plan, on Thursday.
Feds propose new risk-sharing pension plan  Toronto Sun
UPDATE 1-Canadian government proposes new risk-sharing pension plan  Reuters
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Toronto street signs up for auction
TORONTO -. Toronto residents will have the chance to bid on a piece of the city next week. The City of Toronto announced Thursday that decommissioned street signs will be up for auction starting Monday.
Old Toronto street signs to go up for auction  MetroNews Canada
Home News City of Toronto to sell decommissioned street...
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Sears Canada CEO works to rebalance top-heavy executive structure
TORONTO - Sears Canada Inc. has worked to control its top-heavy structure in the past year, and its new CEO said Thursday that prior to several rounds of layoffs the retailer has made, its executive offices needed to take the biggest hit.
Sears Canada plans upgrades to online shopping system
Sears Canada CEO says not pursuing more asset sales for now  Reuters
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TSX closes up despite Ukraine tensions
The Toronto stock market closed higher Thursday amid positive earnings news and despite rising tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX gains on Potash, banks; gold miners slip  Reuters
TSX gains on Potash, banks; gold miners slip  Reuters Canada
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Amazon's revenue increases even as spending rises
By Deepa Seetharaman. SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Inc's revenue grew more than expected for the first quarter, largely offset by a sharp increase in spending on technology, content and new warehouses as the e-commerce company ...
Amazon's international arm hit by spending in China  Financial Times
Amazon's Revenue Grows Even As Spending Climbs, But International Sales ...  International Business Times
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