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Air Canada flight attendant dispute goes to arbitration

Air Canada flight attendant dispute goes to arbitration

Air Canada and the Canadian Union of Public Employees have agreed to let the Canadian Industrial Relations Board act as an arbitrator to resolve a labour dispute. CBC | Business…

Halifax, B.C. yards win shipbuilding work

Halifax, B.C. yards win shipbuilding work

Halifax’s Irving Shipbuilding and Vancouver’s Seaspan Marine are the successful bidders for $ 33 billion in shipbuilding work, the federal government has announced. CBC | Business News…

Apple surprises with rare earnings miss

Apple surprises with rare earnings miss

Shares in Apple fell sharply in after-hours trading Tuesday when the iPhone maker posted earnings that fell well short of what analysts were expecting. CBC | Business News…

Debt worries weigh on stock markets

Debt worries weigh on stock markets

North American stock markets fell two per cent Monday after the German government suggested that an imminent solution to the European debt crisis was not at hand. CBC | Business…

Occupy protesters camp out in Canadian cities

Occupy protesters camp out in Canadian cities

Demonstrators gathered in the streets of many Canadian cities on Saturday to kick off a series of “Occupy” protests over corporate greed and financial inequality, mirroring similar rallies in dozens…

G20 chiefs hint at bigger IMF role in euro crisis

G20 chiefs hint at bigger IMF role in euro crisis

The Group of 20 finance chiefs have ended two days of talks in Paris by hinting they will support a larger role for the International Monetary Fund to help stop…

TSX closes above 12,000

TSX closes above 12,000

The Toronto Stock Exchange racked up a solid triple-digit gain on Friday to move above the 12,000 level once again. CBC | Business News…

Flaherty urges European leaders to make hard choices

Flaherty urges European leaders to make hard choices

The world has seen some progress by European leaders on the global debt crisis, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said Thursday, urging them to make hard choices. CBC | Business News…

Air Canada union cancels strike

Air Canada union cancels strike

The union representing 6,800 Air Canada flight attendants has cancelled its planned strike for 12:01 a.m Thursday, after the Canada Industrial Relations Board said employees must remain on the job.…

Air Canada flight attendants blocked from striking

Air Canada flight attendants blocked from striking

The federal government is referring the dispute between Air Canada and its flight attendants to the Canada Industrial Relations Board — which will prevent a strike Thursday. CBC | Business…

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