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The close: TSX dips as auto parts makers retreat
Canada's main stock index fell on Monday, with several auto parts makers losing ground as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump upped pressure on carmakers to build locally.
TSX dips, pressured by financials and auto stocks  Reuters Canada
Canadian dollar, S&P/TSX composite index down; U.S. stock markets closed  MetroNews Canada
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IMF expects Canadian economic growth to pick up from pace set in 2016
FILE - In this Jan. 13, 2017 file photo, President-elect Donald Trump speaks with reporters in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York.
IMF expects Canada's economy to expand by 1.9% this year
Transcript of a Press Briefing On Update Of The World Economic Outlook  International Monetary Fund
Trump threatens German carmakers with 35% U.S. import tariff
FRANKFURT/BERLIN - United States President-elect Donald Trump warned German car companies he would impose a border tax of 35 percent on vehicles imported to the U.S.
Trump Attacks BMW and Mercedes, but Auto Industry Is a Complex Target  New York Times
Trump Slams NATO And EU, Threatens BMW With Tax; Prepared To “Cut Ties” With ...  Center for Research on Globalization
Rich man, poor man: A closer look at Oxfam's inequality figures
A combination of static disposable incomes and rising costs has created a feeling among many middle-class Canadians that they are falling behind.
Two richest Canadians own more than bottom 30% of population, report finds  The Globe and Mail
World's 8 richest men own as much as 3.6 billion poorest  Toronto Sun
'Realtors rejoice': Canada's housing industry caps $263-billion year
And Canadians are going to have save longer for a home down payment or settle for less, the country's real estate association said as it warned of fewer sales this year.
Home sales won't be as big an economic boost this year, CREA says  CTV News
Ottawa homes gain four per cent in December — still the country's most ...  Ottawa Citizen
Bankrupt American Apparel starts layoffs: sources
American Apparel LLC started to lay off staff on Monday after Canada's Gildan Activewear Inc. withdrew its initial plan to buy some of the bankrupt U.S.
ICYMI: Canadian company known for its t-shirts buys bankrupt American Apparel
Goodbye, American Apparel  The Atlantic
UNB launches Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity
The Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity opened Monday with representatives from the federal and provincial governments as well as IBM in attendance in Fredericton.
New Brunswick university establishes cybersecurity 'hub' with new ...  Montreal Gazette
Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity opens at the University of New Brunswick  Canadian Underwriter
STM pulls all AZUR Metro trains following weekend shutdown
The STM is temporarily pulling its AZUR trains out of service, potentially putting the timeline of a $1.2-billion train contract in jeopardy, after an hours-long Metro shutdown Saturday.
City defends new AZUR trains after STM takes them out of service  Montreal Gazette
Train partners Alstom, Bombardier hit bump with Montreal subway cars  The Globe and Mail
Alberta tech sector leads the way as economy rebounds: BDC study
A recent study from Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) suggests confidence in the Alberta economy is rebounding and the tech sector is leading the charge.
Investments declining in Manitoba as confidence in economy renews: Study
Economy turning around, expert says after smaller Alberta businesses expect ...  Edmonton Journal
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi's approval rating rises: poll
A new poll suggests Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi's approval rating has climbed by eight percentage points in just a few months.
Nenshi approval rating up: poll  660 News
Nenshi approval rises since November: poll