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European stocks rally after Asia losses
European stocks rose on Wednesday, rallying after losses in Asia, as concerns about the health of banks that have hammered shares globally in recent days eased and oil prices recovered from Tuesday's steep falls.
Stocks head higher as investors' fears about the health of world's ...  Financial Post
Deutsche Bank looking to buy back several billions of bonds: report  The Globe and Mail
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Manufacturing's rebound faces 'significant' structural hurdles: federal memo
OTTAWA -- Amid hopes that Canadian manufacturing will drive economic growth in a country reeling from low oil prices, internal federal documents warn the sector's rebirth is staring at "significant" structural obstacles.
Manufacturing's hurdles 'significant': feds  Mississauga
Oil giant Husky lays off hundreds at Calgary office
Canadian energy giant Husky has announced new layoffs as oil prices continue to slide. Husky Energy issued pink slips to 400 people at their downtown Calgary office on Tuesday, the same day the price of oil fell below US$28 a barrel - a price not seen ...
Husky lays off workers as it looks to further cut costs  The Globe and Mail
It must be 'Termination Tuesday' as Husky confirms a second round of ...  Financial Post
Porter Airlines denies report it's shopping for a buyer
The company that operates Toronto-based Porter Airlines has denied a report that it is looking for a buyer. The Globe and Mail, citing "people familiar with the plans," reported Tuesday that the search process is underway and there is no guarantee it ...
Porter Airlines searches for buyer, sources say  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Toronto-based Porter Airlines denies report it is for sale  The Exception Magazine
Employers tweaking health plans to appeal to millennials
TORONTO - During his three-year tenure as a financial analyst at one of Canada's biggest banks, Devon Wright never once used his company health plan.
Health plans evolve to suit millennial needs  Mississauga
BC promises action on 'shadow flipping' by province's realtors
Premier Christy Clark wants quick action to stem unscrupulous practices in Vancouver's real estate market, saying the provincial government is prepared to step in if required.
BC premier tells real estate industry to act on allegations facing some agents  Montreal Gazette
Single Vancouver mom gets $70000 compensation from Real Estate Council of BC ...  The Province
Economic fears putting chill on big purchases: CTV/Nanos survey
More than 60 per cent of Canadians are either delaying or outright cancelling big purchases, while a quarter of them are spending less on vacations over concerns about the state of the economy, according to a CTV News/Nanos survey on consumer ...
What Oil Crash? Canadians Not Worried About Jobs, Housing Bubble  Huffington Post Canada
Sask. First Nations open $3B lawsuit against federal government
WATCH ABOVE: A class action lawsuit brought on by two Saskatchewan first nations targets the Government of Canada, stating it mismanaged on-reserve natural resources.
Leader of First Nation suing Ottawa says community's oil wells depleted  The Globe and Mail
First Nations lawsuit over oil resources grows  Toronto Star
Inside the RRSP portfolios of three pros
It's the heart of RRSP season once again, and Canadians are finalizing their registered retirement savings plan decisions for the 2015 tax year.
More Canadians working in retirement  mysask.com
Why business owners shouldn't bother with an RRSP  Financial Post
Jingle mail rears its ugly head in Alberta again
One of the big bads from the 1980s is starting to emerge again in Alberta. Jingle mail - the act of walking away from an underwater mortgage by mailing your keys back to the bank - is a peculiarity of the Alberta residential market and an act of ...
Two blessings and a curse facing Alberta's oil industry  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
No simple solution to Alberta's grim jobless numbers  Calgary Herald