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Federal resource minister sticks to optimistic script
Federal Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford vowed that government will continue working to set the economic conditions that encourage multi-billion-dollar investments in a British Columbia liquefied-natural-gas industry, even though prospects for the ...
Laid-off oil workers could turn to building BC LNG terminals  The Globe and Mail
Credit counselling in high demand in Alberta as oilpatch downturn hits home
Leah Hennel/Postmedia NewsDowntown Calgary, Alberta. According to Statistics Canada, Alberta lost 14,000 net jobs in February - 7,000 of those in the natural resources sector.
Credit counselling in high demand in Alberta  Williams Lake Tribune
Canada's economy shrank 0.1% in January
Canada's gross domestic product shrank by 0.1 per cent in January, a weak showing, but better than what economists had been expecting.
Canada's GDP fell 0.1 per cent in January  Mississauga
Bank of Canada chief Stephen Poloz bemoans 'atrocious' oil slump  Financial Times
Exall Energy goes into receivership � doesn't tell shareholders
Exall Energy, a tiny Calgary-based oil and gas company, went into receivership last week, sunk under the weight of its $34 million in bank debt.
ASC issues cease trade order against Exall Energy Corp.  Calgary Herald
Exall Energy (T.EE) in receivership, board resigned � but nobody told ...  Stockhouse
Canadian banks see threat in tech companies offering mobile payments
Ask Canadian bank chiefs to name the biggest challenge facing their industry today, and you'll likely get the same response: Disruption from technology companies offering mobile payments.
Financial Briefs: News Digest  Wall Street Journal
Bank of Montreal CEO sees M&A upside from oil price slump  Reuters
Former Bombardier CEO took a 14 per cent cut in total compensation in 2014
MONTREAL - Former Bombardier CEO Pierre Beaudoin took a large pay cut last year as the transportation giant struggled to develop new aircraft and swung to a loss.
Business Watch: News Digest  Wall Street Journal
Former Bombardier CEO's pay cut 14% after missing targets  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
TSX steady as bank strength offset by Teck's dive
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was little changed on Tuesday as strength in its financial sector was offset by a selloff of miner Teck Resources Ltd (TCKb.
The close: TSX steady as Teck decline offsets banks' rise  The Globe and Mail
Canadian Stocks Little Changed as Teck Offsets Financials  Bloomberg
Regulators propose extension of Canadian takeover bid period to 120 days
The umbrella group representing Canada's top securities regulators are recommending a package of changes to provincial and territorial securities laws that would give companies more time to fend off hostile takeover bids.
Provincial regulators propose new Canadian rules for corporate takeovers  CTV News
Regulators unveil new rules for takeover bids  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Flood of global oil hints at more weakness in energy markets
Global oil supplies show few signs of ebbing, as producers from OPEC to Canada keep pumping crude despite months of sinking prices.
Crude oil prices drop to $56.41 per barrel  National Mirror
Dollar falls vs yen as Nikkei recoils, S&P futures drop
TOKYO, April 1 (Reuters) - The dollar slid against the yen on Wednesday as Tokyo shares fell, getting Japan's new fiscal year off to a volatile start.
Dollar Falls Against Yen as Weak BOJ Tankan Hurts Nikkei  Nasdaq
Nikkei's rise in fiscal 2014 sharpest in 9 years  Nikkei Asian Review