TORONTO -- Tim Hortons is refusing to say how many employees will lose their jobs at its headquarters and regional offices in a reorganization of its operations announced Tuesday.
The Federal Reserve signaled it would keep short-term interest rates near zero at least until midyear, while also setting the stage for tough decisions in the coming weeks about whether it should wait even longer.
Not only is the entire city slick after freezing rain and still without drinkable tap water, but thousands were also left without power after an outage swept through Winnipeg's Garden City and River East neighbourhoods Wednesday night.
Job growth in Canada was the slowest since 2009 last year and the labour-force participation rate is lower than originally reported, suggesting there is less steam in the country's labour market than first thought.
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