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TransCanada reports first-ever quarterly loss on Keystone charge
TransCanada Corp., the company suing the U.S. government for denying its Keystone XL pipeline, reported its first-ever loss in the fourth quarter of 2015 as it wrote off investments in the project and contended with lower power prices in Alberta.
TransCanada posts Q4 loss on Keystone-related charge  Reuters Africa
Gavel to Gavel: Keystone and separation of powers  Journal Record (subscription)
Canadian energy companies selling off 'jewels in the crown' to keep oilsands ...
Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian PressAccording to a recent TD Securities report, virtually no oilsands projects can cover overall costs, including production, transportation, royalties, and sustaining capital, with U.S.
Cenovus finishes 2015 with strong balance sheet  Stockhouse
Susanne DiCocco: Get out of the sandbox and start building Canada  National Post
China's most romantic Valentine's Day gestures
A young man was having trouble with picking up a giant bouquet of 999 roses at a flower shop in Chongqing on February 13, 2014. (Photo: Chen Chao, China News Service).
Photos: 12 ways to woo your Valentine  Vancouver Sun
Valentine's Day Home-Made Dinner Recipes  Latin One
Teck Resources reports fourth-quarter loss but tops expectations
VANCOUVER - VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) _ Teck Resources Ltd. (TCK) on Thursday reported a fourth-quarter loss of $343.9 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.
Teck Resources swings to loss on low commodity prices, charge  The Globe and Mail
Teck Reports Unaudited Fourth Quarter Results for 2015  CNNMoney
Twitter woes deepen as user base fails to grow
San Francisco: Twitter's woes deepened Wednesday as the struggling messaging platform said it failed to add users in the past quarter, adding to concerns it is lagging in the fast-moving world of social networks.
How to Enable or Disable Twitter's New Reordered Timeline  NDTV
Twitter's Results Are a Letdown
Janet Yellen helps the world calm down and take stock: Don Pittis
Thank goodness for the calming effect of U.S. Fed chair Janet Yellen as she testified to Congress Wednesday. And thank goodness it is a level-headed Yellen in charge of the world's most influential central bank, and not members of Congress, most of ...
Market Fears Grown On Yen Intervention Threat  MarketPulse (blog)
Gold Roars to One-Year High as Turmoil Drives Safe Haven Demand  Bloomberg
Manulife profit drops on energy hit; may miss 2016 growth targets
Manulife Financial Corp. reported a steep drop in quarterly and annual profits on Thursday as falling energy prices weighed on the company's investments.
Manulife profit misses estimates on energy investments  Reuters Canada
Manulife Financial Corporation increases dividend  Stockhouse
Ontario uncorks its plan for wine in supermarkets: Cohn
Grocers could bid on new distribution licences at the next scheduled auction of beer licences, with wine bottles expected to be on supermarket shelves later this year, writes Martin Regg Cohn.
Ontario uncorking wine sales in grocery stores by fall: report  680 News
Wine To Hit Grocery Store Shelves This Year: Report  640 Toronto News
Toronto Stock Exchange heads lower as crude and commodities continue slump
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market pulled back at the close Wednesday amid lower commodity prices and cautious comments on interest rates and the global economic recovery from the head of the U.S.
TSX lower as crude oil slump continues  Brampton Guardian
Ottawa seeks infrastructure support from pension funds
The federal government is talking to the country's largest pension funds about investing in billions of dollars worth of infrastructure projects to help stimulate the economy, the Infrastructure department told Reuters on Wednesday.
CPPIB chief says foreign holdings helped investment return in latest quarter  Montreal Gazette
Exclusive: Canada opens talks with pension funds on infrastructure funding  Reuters Canada