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BlackBerry cuts 200 jobs in Ontario and Florida to trim costs
TORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd is cutting 200 jobs at its hometown headquarters in Ontario and in Florida in order to trim costs, it said on Friday, as the smartphone maker moves to turn around its fortunes and put more emphasis on its enterprise ...
125 employees cut in Ontario and 75 in Florida  CBC.ca
BlackBerry cuts Waterloo and Florida workforce, including significant ...  MobileSyrup.com
Montreal Gazette  
Alberta posts worst unemployment rate in decade
OTTAWA -- The bite of the oil-price shock sunk its teeth deeper into the job markets of Canada's oil-producing provinces last month, with Alberta posting its worst unemployment rate in a decade.
Ontario posts solid job gains as exports grow  OurWindsor.ca
Ontario leads Canada with 19800 new jobs in January  Toronto Star
Federal natural resources minister says pipelines are political
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr speaks to media after a breakfast speech at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce in Calgary, Ab., on Friday February 5, 2016.
Federal minister and business leaders discuss pipelines and slumping economy  CTV News
Feds won't push for Canadian pipelines in U.S.  Calgary Sun
Weekend Extra: Apprenticeships on the rise in BC
Electrician Kyle Robertson hired his first apprentice six months into his new business. Five years later, Robertson, 30, and his business partner Ben Forhan, also 30, have jumped in with both feet.
More action needed to help apprentices  Morning Star Online
Canada leads in production cut amid plunging crude prices
Canada has seen the most production curtailed in response to depressed prices of any major oil producer, a leading consultancy said Friday, though many companies in Western Canada and elsewhere are willing to record an operating loss to keep some ...
Canada among few producers to reduce oil output despite unprofitable prices  Montreal Gazette
Oil prices fall as market fears another Fed rate hike  Houston Chronicle
Jobs outlook for women dim
TORONTO - Job prospects for women are looking increasingly bleak as the so-called fourth industrial revolution puts female-dominated industries at imminent risk.
Canada's Employment Gender Gap Risks 'Economic Crisis': Expert  Huffington Post Canada
Ottawa wary of aiding Bombardier without corporate structure changes
The federal government is expressing reservations about providing financial aid to struggling plane maker Bombardier Inc. without changes to the company's corporate governance and leadership.
Trudeau pushing for Bombardier Inc governance changes in exchange for ...  Financial Post
Trudeau must think hard before rebuffing Bombardier, Tobin says  Montreal Gazette
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 ...
Pace of housing starts slowed in January, CMHC says  Waterloo Record
Canadian Housing Starts Trend Lower in January  NorthumberlandView.ca (press release) (registration) (blog)
LinkedIn's forecast prompts reconsideration of prospects
The stock plunged the most ever amid a wave of analyst downgrades after the company said its new business lines for sales and marketing tools aren't going to grow as fast as most people were predicting -- and some initiatives are grinding to a halt ...
Shares plunge wipes €8bn off 'social network for work'  Irish Independent
LinkedIn shares plunge 46.5% in worst stock decline since debut; wipes out ...  IBNLive
Animal rights activists rail against 20-year battery cage deadline
Animal rights groups are slamming the deadline provided by egg farmers to transition away from battery cages, calling it “outrageous” to take 20 years to make the switch.
Egg Farmers of Canada announces move to alternative hen housing  BetterFarming.com
Canadian egg farmers to abandon battery cages by 2036  CBC.ca