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That despite a huge miss on revenue, $660-million for the quarter is in line with the harshest estimates from some analysts but much lower than third-quarter revenue of $793-million.
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The bank expects the negative effects of cheaper oil on Canada, a major producer, to be early and substantial, and the positive effects to take longer to emerge, according to governor Stephen Poloz.
Top Picks from Benj Gallander: Cathedral Energy Services, Alacer Gold and First United
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Quebec budget gives relief to taxpayers, but not for a while
A balanced Quebec budget has opened the door to reducing the burden on heavily taxed Quebeckers, but they will have to wait a long time to put any extra money in their pockets.
Bootlegger joins growing list of retailers under bankruptcy protection
A trio of apparel chains got court protection from its creditors, adding to the growing ranks of retailers struggling amid rising low-cost fashion-retail competition.
Two crew members now required in plane cockpits: Transport Canada
All commercial flights in Canada must have two crew members in the cockpit at all times, Transport Canada announced Thursday afternoon.
Precarious-work levels to stay ‘elevated’ over next two years: TD
Levels of “precarious” employment are higher than before the 2008-2009 recession, a new paper says.
CRTC proposes code to handle TV complaints
The federal broadcast regulator is proposing a new code requiring television providers to give customers clearer information, and giving viewers a way to resolve disputes.
Top Picks from Jeff Young: Pembina Pipelines, WestJet Airlines and Baytex Energy
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Regulators wary of fast-growing 'smart' funds
"Smart" funds can charge between a quarter and half the fees of actively managed funds.
Driver beware: Your new car may be spying on you
Modern vehicles are powerful data-scraping machines, warns a group of B.C. privacy advocates.
Brent oil spikes as Yemen conflict threatens top shipping route
Conflict in Yemen risks spilling out into the busy sea lanes that pass it and potentially disrupt the narrow Bab el-Mandeb passage through which nearly 4 million barrels of oil are shipped daily to Europe, the United States and Asia.
Top Picks from Jeff Young: Pembina Pipelines, WestJet Airlines and Baytex Energy
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Kevin O'Leary's crude reality: Oil and gas juniors are in trouble
The new reality for crude prices is setting in for Canada's energy industry and consumers, as oil has consistently traded in and around $50 dollars US a barrel for weeks.
Personal Investor: How much house can you afford?
It’s tempting to jump in the market when mortgage rates are south of three percent, but here are some things to consider before you even begin looking at homes.
Watch: Dollarama to raise prices above $3 in the face of weak loonie
Did you know almost 75% of Dollarama products are sold for more than a dollar?
Upgrades & Downgrades: Bombardier, Twitter, Kraft
Today's upgrades and downgrades include RBC's upgrade of Bombardier, Canaccord Genuity's upgrade of Kraft Foods and Pivotal Research's downgrade of Twitter.
Air Canada ad implies Atlantic Canada is another country
The advertisement went out by email and immediately touched off some snarky comments on Facebook and Twitter.
Real estate regulator aims to crack down on dubious practices
Regulators have sought to crack down on some of the industry’s shadier practices, such as fake bids from agents trying to drive up the selling price of their listing and agents who represent both buyers and sellers.
Closing Report: TSX falls 1 percent, oil shares a lone bright spot
The TSX ended sharply lower in a broad retreat led by heavyweight banking and insurance stocks, while a bounce in crude oil prices helped energy companies keep their heads above water.
Top Picks from John Wilson: Element Financial, Hudson's Bay Company and Pfizer
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Talking Tax: Get the most bang for your buck on family credits
The fact is we all have to pay taxes, but let’s be clear: no one wants to and no one certainly wants to pay more than their fair share.
Personal Investor: How much house can you afford?
It’s tempting to jump in the market when mortgage rates are south of three percent, but here are some things to consider before you even begin looking at homes.
Talking Tax: Income splitting snag for early tax filers
Canadians who filed their 2014 taxes early but didn’t take advantage of the new income splitting plan will have to wait a while to reap the benefits.
The costs of water heaters: Renting vs buying
Enercare's CEO says Canadians should rent their water heaters instead of buying, even though renting could be seen as a habit that’s stuck in the past.
Five money-saving tax tips for small businesses
While most of us worry about filing our individual taxes before the April 30 deadline, small business owners have the added burden of filing their business taxes.
Personal Investor: What you didn’t know about income splitting
Shifting the tax burden from a higher income spouse to a lower income spouse is nothing new – and there are a few ways to do it.
The piggy bank is coming back in vogue: Kevin O’Leary
He says mistakes have been made over the years when it comes to teaching children the very basic principles of money – mistakes that have manifested itself into a whole generation of Canadians that aren’t saving enough.
Personal Investor: How far should you follow your advisor?
Finding a good investment advisor - somebody who really gets you - is like finding a soul mate. Then comes the day when that advisor moves on to another firm. Should you follow?
Talking Tax: Harper picks jocks over nerds
The fitness tax credit for parents who enroll their kids in sports has doubled. But for whatever reason the artsies have been left behind again
Personal Investor: The meter is running on parked RRSP contributions
It’s the one-time tax savings that draw most Canadians to the RSP but it’s the tax-free growth that keeps on giving.

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