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Canada gives spy agency new anti-terror powers
Canada's spy agency will be granted new powers in legislation unveiled Friday to thwart terror plots in a national security overhaul precipitated by twin jihadist attacks three months ago. In the aftermath of the terror attacks -- the first ever on Canadian soil -- Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged to beef up security. Citing recent attacks in Australia, Canada and France, he added that ...
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 11:54:47 -0800

AOL Canada Set to Launch In-House Video Production Studio
AOL Canada today announced an extensive investment in video with the plans to launch a full-service in-house video studio. Pivoting off of AOL Canada’s success in video, which saw 53% growth year-over-year in total video views*, AOL continues to dominate as the leading online destination for premium video content**.
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 09:15:00 -0800

Canada to criminalize public terror threats
TORONTO (AP) — Canada announced a new anti-terror law Friday that will make it a crime for people to call for a terrorist attack, even if they don't make a specific threat.
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 15:01:18 -0800

Canada GDP shrinks, stirring talk of another rate cut
By David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's economy unexpectedly shrank by 0.2 percent in November, prompting market talk that the Bank of Canada will cut interest rates in March for the second time in six weeks. Gross domestic product shrank on weaker manufacturing, mining and oil and gas extraction, Statistics Canada said on Friday. Last week the central bank shocked markets by lowering its ...
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 07:06:18 -0800

IMF says Canada's economy to keep growing despite oil drop
Canada's economy will keep growing this year, despite a sharp drop in oil prices, as a rise in exports to a recovering U.S. market offsets declines in domestic consumption and investment, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Friday. While the economy has not yet shifted to broad-based recovery, growth is expected to become more balanced this year as the housing market cools, the IMF ...
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 08:19:33 -0800

CANADA STOCKS-Stock futures fall as economy shrinks in Nov
Stock futures pointed to a lower start for Canada's main stock index on Friday after GDP data showed economy unexpectedly shrank 0.2 percent in November. March futures on the S&P TSX index were down 0.56 ...
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 05:56:50 -0800

Canada's Leading Union Applauds Supreme Court Decision Upholding Workers' Right to Strike
The United Food and Commercial Workers Union welcomes today's historic ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada declaring that Canadian workers have a constitutional right to strike.
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 14:38:58 -0800

CANADA STOCKS-Futures indicate lower start ahead of GDP data
Stock futures pointed to a lower start for Canada's main stock index on Friday ahead of the release of data on the country's economic growth in November. Canada's gross domestic product is expected to ...
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 04:32:38 -0800

Canada's GDP shrank 0.2% in November
Canada's gross domestic product contracted by 0.2 per cent in November, as the economy was dragged down by cheap oil prices and unexpected weakness in manufacturing and mining. Statistics Canada said Friday that for the 12-month period ending November as a whole, the economy expanded by 1.9 per cent — less than the 2.1 per cent that economists had been expecting.
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 05:47:02 -0800

Canada security bill provides new powers to combat terror
New anti-terror legislation in Canada would make it a crime to call for attacks on the country and give a much larger role to the government's main spy agency. The bill introduced by the Conservative government on Friday would give the spy agency, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, the ability to disrupt attacks by interfering with travel plans or communications, for example. "Jihadi ...
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 12:45:31 -0800

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