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Canada's Barrick Gold considers hostile $19 billion bid for Newmont Mining: report

Friday  16:57,   22 february 2019
reuters

Canada's Barrick Gold considers hostile $19 billion bid for Newmont Mining:... >>>

RBC posts 7 per cent increase in first quarter earnings

Friday  16:57,   22 february 2019
reuters

RBC posts 7 percent increase in first quarter... >>>

SNC Lavalin posts $1.6 billion loss, cuts dividend as Saudi prospects worsen

Friday  16:57,   22 february 2019
reuters

SNC Lavalin posts $1.6 billion loss, cuts dividend as Saudi prospects... >>>

Cyberspy agency says networks are protected as U.S issues Huawei warning

Friday  14:31,   22 february 2019
cbc.ca

Government and cyber security officials are insisting that Canada already has restrictions in place to protect sensitive information as a top Trump official warns the U.S. won't share information with countries that use Huawei in their... >>>

NEB to release new Trans Mountain report on possible marine impacts

Friday  12:51,   22 february 2019
cbc.ca

The latest chapter in the Trans Mountain pipeline saga will be written Friday as the National Energy Board releases its recommendations on how to proceed with the contentious project should the federal government choose to do... >>>

'They knew everything about me':How latest credit card scam tricks victims

Friday  12:51,   22 february 2019
cbc.ca

A CBC Marketplace investigation has revealed nearly 3,000 Canadians may have had their identities stolen in a new scam. An Ottawa woman explains why she fell for... >>>

Canada could delay ratification of new NAFTA until U.S. metals tariffs are lifted: Garneau

Friday  10:00,   22 february 2019
cbc.ca

Transport Minister Marc Garneau said today the federal government isn't ruling out delaying the ratification of the new North American free trade pact until after the U.S. lifts controversial tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Garneau, who... >>>

Flair Airlines suddenly stops flying to some U.S. destinations

Friday  08:20,   22 february 2019
cbc.ca

Canadian carrier Flair Airlines has suddenly suspended some of its flights to destinations in Florida and California as of next week, leaving some customers in the lurch. Canadian routes are not impacted, Flair says. Canadian carrier Flair Airlines... >>>

1 Salary Secret Hiring Managers Wish They Could Tell You (But Never Will)

Friday  07:00,   22 february 2019
inc

The more you know, the more salary you can probably get. The interview process can be hairy enough. But if you survive and all goes well, there may be an offer letter in your future. The next phase is where things can quickly turn opaque. Who throws >>>

Huawei is growing in Canada despite pressure there

Friday  06:50,   22 february 2019
cnn

China's Huawei is growing its presence in Canada, despite intense pressure on the company from the United States and geopolitical tensions between Ottawa and Beijing. The phone and telecom equipment maker said Thursday that it will add 200 new... >>>

Canadians Keep Using Their Homes as ATMs Even as Market Swoons

Friday  06:30,   22 february 2019
msn

Canadians are ramping up borrowing against their homes even as the real estate market slumps, exposing the country’s financial system to vulnerabilities, rating company DBRS said. Home equity lines of credit, or Helocs, reached a record C$243... >>>

HBC to shutter Home Outfitters brand

Friday  01:40,   22 february 2019
msn

HBC to shutter Home Outfitters... >>>

David Olive: The SNC-Lavalin ‘scandal’ lies entirely with the Trudeau government

Thursday  23:35,   21 february 2019
thestar

David Olive: The SNC-Lavalin ‘scandal’ lies entirely with the Trudeau government . Did it improperly pressure the federal justice minister to act on behalf of a special interest, an SNC-Lavalin seeking a remediation deal? Canada, the U.S. and... >>>

Interest rates low enough to stimulate: Poloz

Thursday  20:36,   21 february 2019
msn

Interest rates low enough to stimulate:... >>>

Nike shares sell off after basketball star's shoe breaks live on TV

Thursday  19:12,   21 february 2019
cbc.ca

Nike's shares sold off today after a pair of the sneaker company's shoes malfunctioned during a live televised NCAA game, injuring the NBA's No. 1 basketball prospect. Duke University star Zion Williamson was injured 33 seconds into a game... >>>