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Traders to concentrate on oilpatch earnings/outlooks, January jobs data
Oil prices ended last week on an up note, moving as high as US$48, bouncing off mid-week levels around $45. Jeff McIntosh / CP. ShareAdjustCommentPrint.
Markets to focus on on oilpatch earnings and job data as trading resumes  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Alberta farmers fear downside to low fuel prices
CALGARY - Decades of boom-and-bust commodity prices, worker shortages and being at the mercy of the weather has virtually removed the word optimism from the vocabulary of many farmers in Alberta and across Canada.
Farmers enjoying low fuel prices but waiting for other shoe to drop
Farmers benefiting from oil price downturn  660 News
Jazz Aviation and the Air Line Pilots Association reach historic 11-year collective ...
OTTAWA, Feb. 1, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - Today, the Honourable Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women, congratulated Jazz Aviation and the Air Line Pilots Association on the renewal of their collective agreement for an 11-year ...
Jazz Aviation (Air Canada Express) pilots ratify 11-year agreement  Market Business News
Air Canada Express pilots ratify 11-year tentative agreement  The Sudbury Star
Canadians divided on impact of oil prices, poll finds
Canadians are divided on whether falling oil prices is bad for the economy, but when it comes to their own personal lives, they believe it's good news.
GDP report paints gloomy picture  Regina Leader-Post
Canada Economy Shrinks Unexpectedly  Saudi Press Agency
Stock ratings lowered for BMO, Royal, TD
TORONTO - Barclays has downgraded its stock ratings for three of Canada's biggest banks, citing concerns about how they'll be affected by a slowdown in the country's economy as a result of the recent drop in global oil prices.
Canadian bank outlook worsens  Regina Leader-Post
Canadian Stocks Rise as Energy Rally Offsets Banks' Fall  Bloomberg
CIBC lays off 500 workers in response to slowdown in consumer borrowing
CIBC has cut more than 500 jobs in the last two weeks, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. next play/pause pre 1/1. Hamilton Spectator.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce lays off staff as borrowing wanes  Canada News
CIBC cuts 500 jobs in past 2 weeks: Wall Street Journal report  Winnipeg Free Press
'Sailbot' will attempt to make history when it leaves St. John's this summer
VANCOUVER - Sailing across the Atlantic Ocean by wind power alone is an impressive achievement by any standard. � http://ubcsailbot.
Sailbot to try for solo trans-Atlantic trip  Cranbrook Daily Townsman
Hundreds of Port Metro Vancouver truckers losing jobs today
Hundreds of truckers say they're without work today after Port Metro Vancouver granted access to just 68 companies under a new licensing system finalized Jan 20.
BC truckers staged a protest on Saturday against new licensing rules at Port ...
Truckers not given licenses by Port Metro Vancouver hold rally
BC government backs down from wine pricing plan
The provincial government has backed down from a new wholesale pricing structure for wine after merchants and industry experts noted the price of more expensive bottles would skyrocket.
Confusion, frustration reign as new liquor retail law nears  Vancouver Sun
B.C. corks luxury tax for premium wines  Victoria News
Target Canada liquidation to begin soon
Target Corporation announced Jan. 15 that it was pulling out of Canada, less than two years after opening its first stores. Instead of turning a profit within a year as expected, the company has lost $7-billion.
MORE ABOUT THIS LATER: The race to the bottom  Annapolis County Spectator
Target Liquidation Sales Could Start Next Week  windsoriteDOTca News