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125 employees cut in Ontario and 75 in Florida
BlackBerry has confirmed it is laying off 200 employees, in Waterloo, Ont., where the company is headquartered, and at a manufacturing facility in Sunrise, Fla.
BlackBerry cuts Waterloo and Florida workforce, including significant ...  MobileSyrup.com
BlackBerry cuts 200 jobs in Canada, US  The Globe and Mail
Toronto Sun  
Ontario the only province to show job gains in January
TORONTO -- Ontario led Canada in job creation in January, adding a net total of 19,800 jobs, most of them full-time, but there are still stubborn pockets in the province where work remains scarce.
Ontario posts solid job gains as exports grow  Toronto Star
Oil slump looms as Canada's job growth sputters  Waterloo Record
Canada January housing starts slow as energy slump bites
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian housing starts slowed in January as groundbreaking on new homes fell to the lowest level in four years in provinces that have been hurt by the downturn in the energy sector, a report from the national housing agency showed ...
Annual pace of housing market slows in January: CMHC  CTV News
Housing starts slow in January as energy slump weighs  Financial Post
Pipelines as political? Natural resources minister says it's not a bad thing
CALGARY - The oilpatch often laments that the decision-making process for pipelines has become too political, but Canada's natural resources minister didn't shy away from that description when grilled in front of a Calgary business audience on Friday.
Federal minister and business leaders discuss pipelines and slumping economy  CTV News
Minister Jim Carr Meets with Alberta's Business Community  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Canada among few producers to reduce oil output
CALGARY -- Consultancy Wood Mackenzie says Canadian oil producers are among the very few globally who have reduced output in the face of low oil prices.
How much output has the worst oil slump in decades halted? Just 0.1%, much ...  Financial Post
Loss-making oil fields unlikely to be shut willingly: Wood Mackenzie  Reuters
LinkedIn shares dive more than 40%, $11B wiped out
LinkedIn Corp's shares plunged as much as 43% on Friday, wiping out nearly $11 billion of market value, after the social network for professionals shocked Wall Street with a revenue forecast that fell far short of expectations.
Five Reasons LinkedIn Had Its Worst Day Ever  Forbes
LinkedIn's Forecast Prompts Analysts to Reconsider Prospects  Bloomberg
Trudeau said to tie Bombardier aid to governance changes
The Canadian government is pushing for changes in the dual-class share structure of embattled aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Inc. in exchange for possible financial aid, officials familiar with the plans said.
Trudeau pushing for Bombardier Inc governance changes in exchange for ...  Financial Post
Canadian egg farmers to abandon battery cages by 2036
Egg Farmers of Canada says its members will not install any new battery cages and will begin an industry-wide transition to alternative production methods for its egg-producing hens.
Egg farmers to phase out cage housing over 20 years  Country Guide
Canadian egg farmers to switch over completely to more humane hen housing by ...  Financial Post
BHP Billiton pledges $20M toward carbon capture research in Regina
One of the biggest mining companies operating in Saskatchewan says it will spend $20 million on a carbon capture and storage knowledge centre in Regina.
BHP Billiton puts up $20M for carbon capture research centre in Saskatchewan  Montreal Gazette
BHP Billiton Invests In Carbon Capture Research Centre  Saskatoonhomepage.ca
Alberta government invests $5 million in solar energy programs
The Alberta government is investing more than $5 million towards creating jobs in the province's green energy sector. Announced Friday, the investment is part of the government's Climate Leadership Plan and will see $5 million set aside for the Alberta ...
Alberta offers rebates to municipalities, farms that set up solar power  Canadian Underwriter
Government launches solar funding for municipalities and farms  MorinvilleNews.com