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Canada's economy shrank less than expected in January
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian economy shrank less than foreseen in January, Statistics Canada data showed on Tuesday, a report that reinforced economists' expectations that the central bank will hold interest rates steady in April.
UPDATE 2-Canada's economy shrank less than expected in January  Reuters
Canadian economy takes a hit to start 2015  Calgary Herald
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Amaya revenue surges on PokerStars acquisition, though loss widens
Amaya Inc. says it had a $26.7-million net loss and $368.6-million of revenue in the fourth quarter, both up substantially from a year earlier - mostly because of the Montreal-based company's acquisition of PokerStars.
PokerStars To Enter Daily Fantasy Sports Market  ODF Report
Amaya Inc revenue soars with PokerStars, net loss grows to $26.7 million  Financial Post
Psychological profiling, doors focus of French Germanwings probe
BERLIN/PARIS, March 31 (Reuters) - French air accident authority BEA said its probe into the Germanwings crash would study "systemic weaknesses" that might have led to the disaster, such as psychological profiling and cockpit door locks.
Tragedy's bottom line: $300M for Germanwings crash  USA TODAY
Germanwings CEO speaks of plane crash tragedy a week on
Ontario Teachers Fund Generates 11.8% Return in 2014
TORONTO�Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, one of Canada's biggest pension funds, generated a return of 11.8% last year, outpacing its internal benchmark despite headwinds from low interest rates and slumping crude-oil prices.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan earns 11.8 per cent return in 2014
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan reports surplus, but warns of headwinds ...  Financial Post
Canadian airspace is friendly to US drones
U.S. companies like the online shopping juggernaut Amazon are increasingly choosing Canadian airspace to test new drones after being hamstrung by restrictive laws in their own country that could take up to two years to change, experts say.
Rural British Columbia home to Amazon drone test site, company confirms  680 News Staff  CTV News
TSX slides as Teck, resource stocks weigh
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index opened lower on Tuesday, with resource stocks leading broad declines and Teck Resources (TCKb.
Canadian dollar, U.S. index futures down ahead of open at Toronto Stock ...
The close: TSX finishes up as Catamaran surges on takeover deal  The Globe and Mail
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board teams up on $2.9 billion stake in U.K.'s ...
Getty ImagesCPPIB's investment in the U.K. tops $15 billion with latest deal to for stake in business that owns and operates 21 ports in England, Scotland, and Wales as a landlord port owner and operator.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board invests in UK ports  Daily Business Buzz - Prince Edward Island
Goldman and Infracapital sell stake in busiest UK ports  Financial Times
Vancouver still Canada's most gridlocked city, and it's getting worse: study
TORONTO - Traffic congestion in most major Canadian cities is getting worse, according to a traffic index compiled by a firm that specializes in navigation and mapping products.
Metro Vancouver's rush hour congestion rated worst in Canada  Times Colonist
Worst traffic: Ottawa is third most congested city in Canada  Ottawa Citizen
Charlottetown Best Buy, formerly a Future Shop, set to open
Some employees at the Future Shop in Charlottetown have lost their jobs, a spokesperson for Best Buy has confirmed. The Charlottetown location is one of 65 Future Shop stores that closed temporarily for a week before it is converted into a Best Buy location.
Vancouver-based Future Shop dominated the market  Vancouver Sun
Best Buy will honour Future Shop cards, warranties  Hamilton Spectator
Food Plaza Reopens at Frankfurt Airport's Terminal 2
The FINANCIAL -- Just in time for the arrival of spring, Frankfurt Airport's �Food Plaza� at Terminal 2 will be reopening on March 31 following a seven-month renovation and redesign project.
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