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Canada Revenue Agency warns of text message phishing scam
The CRA has issued a warning about a scam that lures victims with a text message that the agency is sending them money via an INTERAC e-transfer.
Posted on 3-25-2015 at 9:54 AM
Jim Prentice unveils plan to break Alberta’s oil ‘addiction’
The province is looking to make up for a $7 billion revenue shortfall in the fiscal year beginning April 1 as low oil prices slash its take from the energy industry.
Posted on 3-24-2015 at 9:01 PM
Alberta to pick new oil marketers by end-May after Nexen trading shutdown
Alberta will have to decide soon which companies will market the province's crude, after principal marketer Nexen Energy decided to shut down worldwide trading operations.
Posted on 3-24-2015 at 3:01 PM
Stephen Harper seeks to expand Canadian airstrikes into Syria
The Conservative government will seek the House of Commons' approval to renew Canada’s military mission against ISIS for one year, and expand the current air combat mission to Syria, Prime Minister Stephen Harper says.
Posted on 3-24-2015 at 1:14 PM
Prentice to announce ‘critical changes’ in primetime address
Jim Prentice will take Alberta's oil crisis from rhetoric to reality tonight.
Posted on 3-24-2015 at 9:27 AM
Cara aims to sell shares for $19-$22 each in $200-million IPO
Cara, owned by Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., the Toronto-based insurer that is also a shareholder in BlackBerry Ltd., and members of Canada’s Phelan family, plans to sell subordinated voting shares to pay down debt, according to March 18 documents.
Posted on 3-23-2015 at 12:45 PM
Private sector workers earn less, work more: report
The average public sector employee makes 18 to 37 per cent more than a comparable employee working in the private sector, according to a new report from the CFIB.
Posted on 3-23-2015 at 9:39 AM
Canada, China to launch North America’s first yuan hub
The Canadian hub, which follows other foreign jurisdictions such as London, will allow direct conversions between Canadian and Chinese currencies, without first changing the money into U.S. dollars – a move that will save money for Canadian firms dealing with Chinese ones and will help Canada boost its presence in the world’s second largest economy.
Posted on 3-23-2015 at 7:55 AM

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