Posts Tagged ‘canada business’

Air Canada travellers brace for work stoppage

Air Canada passengers are watching the clock ahead of a strike deadline that could see the airline’s flight attendants walk off the job at 12:01 a.m. Thursday. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Lawsuit looks to stop Keystone preparations

Three American conservationist groups contend in a lawsuit that U.S. officials illegally allowed a Canadian company to begin preparing the route for its proposed 2,730-kilometre oil pipeline from Western Canada to Texas even though the project hasn’t gained final government approval. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Scale of Greek default would be unprecedented

If Greece defaults, it won’t be the first government to renege on its financial obligations, but its failure would set a new record, both for scale and complexity. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Target in grocery deal with Sobeys

U.S. retailer Target laid down more groundwork Friday for its entry into Canada in 2013 with additional store locations and a supply deal with Sobeys. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Flaherty sounds warning on Europe debt crisis

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says world leaders will continue to push Europe to tackle its debt crisis in order to prevent a ripple effect on economies around the globe. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Loonie, TSX close lower

Data showing the U.S. job market screeched to a halt in August sent Bay Street and Wall Street into a sea of red on Friday. View full post on Canada Business Stories

TSX higher as gold surges

Stock markets were modestly higher on Tuesday, buoyed by a new gold rally that took the price of the precious metal back above $1,800 US an ounce. View full post on Canada Business Stories

TSX buoyed by U.S. consumer data

Signs that American consumers are spending more money and the possibility of more stimulus measures from the U.S. Federal Reserve pushed stock markets sharply higher on Monday. View full post on Canada Business Stories

TD warns of Canadian recession

A major Canadian bank says the economy ground to a halt in the second quarter and could slip into recession if the United States continues to weaken. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Goldman Sachs to launch stock market in Canada

Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs says it will bring its dark pool stock market system, SIGMA X, to Canada at an unspecified date. View full post on Canada Business Stories