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Prospect of higher rates has Canadians worried about paying bills, survey shows
Canadians are feeling increasingly worried about their personal debt, with an increasing number close to being unable to pay the bills every month as higher interest rates start to make an impact, a new Ipsos survey suggests.
Canada's six biggest banks accused of rigging rate benchmark to boost ...  Financial Post
Dovish BoC Remains a Risk Ahead of Rate Decision  MarketPulse (blog)
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Bitcoin price plunges 18% on crackdown fears; cryptocurrency rivals also fall
Bitcoin tumbled 18 per cent on Tuesday to a four-week trough close to USD $11,000, after reports that a ban on trading of cryptocurrencies in South Korea was still an option drove fears grew of a wider regulatory crackdown.
Bitcoin plunges 20% as fears of cryptocurrency crackdown mount  Financial Post
Bitcoin prices fall as South Korea says ban still an option  CTV News
MPI insurance plan to cover ridesharing companies approved
Manitoba's Public Utilities Board has approved a new insurance plan that would cover drivers for ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft, MPI says.
MPI's ride-hailing insurance plan gets green light despite Uber opposition  Winnipeg Free Press
Ontario man charged over huge cyber crime selling stolen identities
TORONTO (NEWS 1130) - Police believe they've nabbed a Toronto area-man responsible for one of the largest cyber crimes in recent memory.
Canada charges chap alleged to run stolen data-mart Leakedsource  The Register
Canadian man behind infamous LeakedSource charged for selling billions of ...  International Business Times UK
Price of average Canadian home rose to $496500 in December, up 5.7% in 2017
The Canadian Real Estate Association's index of house prices increased by 9.1 per cent last year. That's the smallest annual tally seen since February of 2016.
Interest rate hike, new mortgage rules may trigger real estate market slowdown  National Post
Canadian home sales rise for fifth straight month in December: CREA  Reuters Canada
Seattle and Alberta offer lessons for Ontario in minimum-wage hike
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$15 minimum wage debate in Ontario is an economic discussion, not a moral one  mississauga.com
We're seeing cuts: Cornwall and District Labour Council  Standard Freeholder
Yellow Pages Ltd. cutting 18 per cent of employees, roughly 500 jobs
Yellow Media Inc. logo is shown at the company's quarterly results meeting in Montreal, Thursday, May 6, 2010. Yellow Pages Ltd.
Yellow Pages Limited Announces Actions to Reduce Spending and Cost Structure  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Linamar investment seen as 'vote of confidence' amid NAFTA uncertainty
A major, government-backed investment in Ontario by Linamar Corp. is a “vote of confidence” in Canada's position in the ongoing North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations, according to the president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers ...
Guelph's Linamar granted up to $100M from government to help create 1500 ...  CBC.ca
Federal government, Ontario announce $100M investment to support Linamar ...  Globalnews.ca
Blackberry's John Chen marks Detroit auto show debut with launch of ...
BlackBerry Ltd. CEO John Chen used his first appearance at the Detroit auto show on Monday to continue his push into the automotive market with the launch of a cybersecurity product that manages software systems in vehicles - a product he hopes will ...
Hashtag Trending – BlackBerry Jarvis, bad robots, Disney departures  IT World Canada
BlackBerry's Jarvis Pitched To Auto OEMs As Cybersecurity Savior  PYMNTS.com
GE Shares Plunge After $6.2 Billion Earnings Hit Linked to Finance Unit
GE will take a $6.2 billion earnings hit, and pay $15 billion into GE Capital's 'run-off'insurance portfolio, North American Life & Health, over the next seven years.
GE to Take $6.2 Billion Charge Tied to Long-Term Care Insurance  Bloomberg
GE to take $6.2 billion charge related to its legacy reinsurance businesses ...  CNBC