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'There will be blood' in Canada from oil price collapse, JPMorgan warns
A major U.S. bank is warning Canadians what to expect from the rout in the oil market: �There will be blood.� That warning from JPMorgan Chase & Co.
GDP report paints gloomy picture  Regina Leader-Post
Weak Canadian dollar and GDP suggests JPMorgan said it best: 'There Will ...
Financial Post  
Sagging GDP spurs talk of deeper cuts from Bank of Canada
The Canadian economy's disappointing step backward in November has strengthened the case for the Bank of Canada to cut interest rates further to stanch the bleeding.
Canadian bank outlook worsens  Regina Leader-Post
Bank of Montreal cuts its five-year fixed mortgage rate to 4.79 per cent
With layoffs mounting in a worsening economy, company executives need to ...
There may not be a good way to cut staff - as any number of now unemployed workers in the oilpatch can attest - but Tim Hortons certainly found a bad way to do it.
Tim Hortons job cuts, loonie's latest low & Coke's new recipe ...
Double-double whammy for Tim's workers  Toronto Star
CIBC cuts 500 jobs in past 2 weeks: Wall Street Journal report
TORONTO - A published report says the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM) has cut more than 500 jobs over the past two weeks.
CIBC confirms job cuts
CIBC to cut about 500 jobs  Toronto Sun
Confusion, frustration reign as new liquor retail law nears
B.C.'s new liquor laws are supposed to kick in on April Fool's Day. Big grocery stores can start selling liquor, a new one-size-fits-all wholesale pricing model takes effect, and government liquor stores can open on Sundays and sell cold beer and wine.
new markup for pricey wines reduced after vendor outcry
Suzanne Anton announces BC Liberal government about-face on wholesale ...
Greek Markets Dive as Syriza Digs In to Fight Austerity
(Bloomberg) -- Greece's government bonds and stock market plunged in the week after the election of Syriza, the political party whose vow to renegotiate debt obligations and roll back austerity measures has sparked an investor flight.
Merkel says no debt reduction for Athens
Greek finance minister: 'It's not about who will blink first'  BBC News
Target Liquidation Sales Could Start Next Week
Liquidation sales at Target Canada stores could be underway by the end of next week according to court documents. Target heads to court on Wednesday asking for approval to appoint a joint venture of liquidation companies to sell off the contents of its 133 ...
Target's road out of Canada becomes clearer  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Target Canada liquidation to begin soon  Full-Time Whistle
Mount Polley: expert says misinterpreted test results led to massive breach
Why did the Mount Polley environmental disaster happen? According to an independent report released Friday, the mine was built upon a ticking time bomb 20 years ago.
Vaughn Palmer: A 'doomed' tailings dam and a system that ' ...  Vancouver Sun
Mining Must Evolve to Prevent Future Mount Polleys, Reviewers Find
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises as oil and gold shares rally
TORONTO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index edged higher on Friday as a jump in oil and bullion prices pushed up gold-mining and energy shares, overcoming a decline in financial stocks following sluggish U.S.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX
TSX Gains 36 Points as Late-Day Rally Pushes Oil Stocks Higher, Financials ...  Nasdaq
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends higher as natural resource stocks gain
TORONTO Jan 30 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index edged higher on Friday as soaring commodity prices and natural resource stocks helped offset a decline in financial stocks following sluggish U.S.
Energy stocks send TSX higher, loonie falls on slowing economic growth data  Financial Post
The close: US stocks sink on GDP, TSX boosted by energy stocks  The Globe and Mail