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BlackBerry cutting staff in smartphone unit
BlackBerry plans to lay off an unspecified number of staff in its devices unit, as it attempts to make that business profitable, while expanding in other areas.
BlackBerry announces more lay-offs  The Australian
Amid Restructuring, Blackberry Calls for More Layoffs  PC Magazine
Zee News  
'The horse is out of the barn now': Hundreds gather at Vancouver Art Gallery to ...
Hundreds gathered in downtown Vancouver on Sunday, calling on government to address increasing housing unaffordability in the city.
Vancouver residents protest against the pricey housing market  Am730 Vancouver Traffic News
Don't have $1 million: Hundreds attend affordable housing rally in Vancouver  MetroNews Canada
Canada's Inflation Slowest Since 2013 In April, Retail Sales Rise
A sharp decline in energy prices put heavy pressure on Canada's inflation in April, as cost of living fell to lowest level since October 2013.
The BoC's oil price strategy – all other things constant  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Rain helps contain Bobtail fire
Wet weather over the weekend combined with cooler conditions helped keep Little Bobtail Lake Fire 80 per cent contained by Sunday afternoon.
Crews make progress against raging BC wildfire
Little Bobtail Lake wildfire 80 per cent contained
'Staggering' NWT oil reserve revealed – but it'll need fracking
A map highlighting the Mackenzie Plain, which contains the Canol Shale. (Source: National Energy Board. The central Northwest Territories is home to around 200 billion barrels of oil, according to a new assessment released on Friday.
Canada regulator says northern oil shale may hold 200 billion barrels  Reuters Canada
Vast shale oil reserves estimated for central Northwest Territories  Brandon Sun
Air Canada's first female pilot marks final flight before retirement
After 37 years in the cockpit, Air Canada's first female pilot is calling it a career. Judy Cameron, an airline pilot with Air Canada, marked her final flight before retirement in Toronto on Sunday.
Air Canada Launches Flights Between Toronto and Atlantic City
IE Singapore gives pointers on tapping an integrated ASEAN market
SINGAPORE companies should focus on ASEAN economies such as Thailand and Indonesia that are most ready to gain from integration, and zoom in on sectors that tap the region's manufacturing and consumer strengths, says International Enterprise (IE) ...
Fund manager Mark Mobius views Asean among most exciting investment targets  The Star Online
Chuck Chiang: Trade with ASEAN nations can and does work  Vancouver Sun
Driverless trucks hauling cargo to Mexico? Group hopes to make it reality
Traffic makes its way to Wyoming Highway 30 on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, in Laramie, Wyo. Trucks hauling cargo from Canada through the United States to Mexico and back navigate border crossings without the need for passports, visas or even a driver to ...
The future of trucking
22-year-old woman dies in mining accident at St. Andrew Goldfields' Holt Mine in ...
BLACK RIVER-MATHESON - A woman has died after a mining accident at St. Andrew Goldfields' Holt Mine located near Black River-Matheson, about 125-km east of Timmins.
Female worker dies in Canadian gold mine
SAS reports fatal incident at its Holt Mine  Military Technologies
Complaints to CRTC illustrate Canadians' frustration with telcos
Wireless carriers automatically renewing customers' contracts without their consent. Clients being kept on hold for hours while trying to cancel their services.
Six unusual complaints filed against telecom companies to the CRTC  CityNews