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Flaherty mixed Conservatism with mischievous streak

Stored somewhere in Jim Flaherty's garage at his home near Toronto is a waffle costume his campaign used as a prop during its losing bid for the leadership of the Ontario Progressive...

Posted on 4-11-2014 at 7:32 AM
Loonie revival seen faltering before year high

Loonie revival seen faltering before year high

The Canadian dollar's best rally in 2 1/2 years will run out of steam before the currency revisits its high for 2014, the nation's biggest lender predicts.

Posted on 4-11-2014 at 7:20 AM
Statement by the family of Jim Flaherty on his passing

Statement by the family of Jim Flaherty on his passing

Read the family's statement on Flaherty's death.

Posted on 4-10-2014 at 2:47 PM
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Jim Flaherty, former federal finance minister, dies at 64

Jim Flaherty, one of the longest- serving finance ministers in Canadian history, died today less than a month after resigning from his post. He was 64.

Posted on 4-10-2014 at 2:19 PM
CBC cuts 650 jobs, will not compete for rights to sports coverage

CBC cuts 650 jobs, will not compete for rights to sports coverage

CBC/Radio-Canada will cut 657 full-time positions to confront a $130-million budgetary shortfall for the 2014-15 broadcast year, stemming from the loss of hockey and lower than expected...

Posted on 4-10-2014 at 1:02 PM
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CRA shuts online service to guard against Heartbleed bug

The Heartbleed security bug has forced Canada's tax agency to block public access to its online services just three weeks ahead of the April 30 deadline for filing personal income tax. The...

Posted on 4-09-2014 at 3:00 PM
Rich Canadians plan to leave 30% of wealth to kids

Rich Canadians plan to leave 30% of wealth to kids

Canada's most affluent parents plan to leave almost 30 percent of their wealth to their children and 60 percent to their spouse/partner, according to a study by BMO Harris Private.

Posted on 4-08-2014 at 11:40 AM
IMAX sells 20% of China subsidiary; eyes IPO

IMAX sells 20% of China subsidiary; eyes IPO

Ciinema chain IMAX Corp. said it planned to sell a fifth of its Chinese subsidiary to local investors, in a move that could help it eventually list the unit in Hong Kong.

Posted on 4-08-2014 at 8:11 AM

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