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Export Development Canada boss 'cautious' despite profitable 2014
Export Development Canada's loan and insurance portfolio rode the improving fortunes of exporters in 2014, sending profits soaring.
Export Development Canada chief says hands-on CEOs crucial to trade growth  Financial Post
EDC 2014 results: Canadian companies do more in emerging markets and ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Canada's 0.1% GDP decline in January smaller than expected
Canada's economy weathered the ill effects of the oil slump and a bitter winter better than many experts had feared in January, but economists are braced for more bad news to come as the country navigates through its current economic storm.
Canada's GDP fell 0.1 per cent in January  MetroNews Canada
Canada's GDP shrinks in January, but not 'atrocious' yet  Financial Post
Germanwings Co-Pilot Told Airline in 2009 He Had Depression
Andreas Lubitz competes at the Airportrun in Hamburg, on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009. Photographer: Michael Mueller/AP. (Bloomberg) -- Germanwings insurers have set aside $300 million to pay expenses from last week's plane crash.
Germanwings crash video 'must be handed to investigators'  BBC News
Lufthansa executives visit Alpine crash site where 150 died  Washington Post
Former Bombardier CEO's pay cut 14% after missing targets
Bombardier Inc. executive chairman Pierre Beaudoin saw his total compensation fall 14 per cent last year as the company froze the base salaries of non-unionized staff and he failed to meet certain performance targets.
Business Watch: News Digest  Wall Street Journal
Former Bombardier CEO's pay cut 12 percent after missed targets  Reuters Canada
Edmonton transit 'cautiously optimistic' LRT will open in May ... or June
Cautiously optimistic. No one is suggesting those words as a possible new motto for Edmonton, given that City of Champions has fallen on hard times.
Metro Line LRT to NAIT delayed again
Metro Line LRT security handover delayed due to missing documents  MetroNews Canada
Chip Wilson plans giant dock project at Point Grey but the joke's on irate ...
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson, who has gotten into trouble in the past for upsetting neighbours over his massive home projects and criticizing plus-size women for wearing yoga pants, is now flashing people with his giant dock.
Chip Wilson plans 8000 sq ft dock at Vancouver home in April Fool's joke
Plans for helipad at Chip Wilson's Vancouver mansion are foolhardy  Vancouver Sun (blog)
Meat sold in Canada not inspected as well as exports: union
Cuts to Canada's food inspection programs have created a "double standard," where meat sold to Canadians is not as well inspected than that destined for export, according to the union that represents inspectors.
Conservatives creating a two-tier food inspection system
Food inspection cuts putting Canadian lives at risk: Union  St. Thomas Times-Journal
Evraz to build $200M mill in Regina
Conrad Winkler, Evraz North America president and CEO, announced Tuesday a $200-million pipe mill at its Regina facility that will create 40 new full-time jobs.
Premier Brad Wall praises steel company's decision to expand in Regina  680 News
Evraz pumps $200 million into Regina steel mill, 40 new jobs created | Video  Regina Leader-Post
Earth Hour savings decrease in Tri-Cities
It started years ago as a symbolic gesture to take action on climate change, but interest in Earth Hour appears to be on the decline.
Earth Hour fails to turn off all the lights  Victoria News
WHAT were you doing during Earth Hour last Saturday night?  Caboolture News
Future Shop Closing In Canada, But Many Replacement Best Buy Stores Will ...
With many locations for Future Shop closing in Canada, many people will wonder what will rise in their place. As it turns out, Best Buy is the owner of the Future Shop brand name, and they plan on relaunching some of the closed Future Shop locations as new ...
Future chopped  The Eyeopener