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Jordans buys vacant Now site

Furniture retailer will open early in new year: CEO

TSX nudges higher amid bailout talk

The Toronto stock market finished slightly higher on Tuesday as weak commodity prices and further uncertainty about a Spanish bailout defined an erratic trading session. The S&P/TSX composite index gained 21.04 points to 12,391.

Victoria women among Canada's top 100 entrepreneurs

Sylvie Rochette and Amelia Warren, the president and chief executive respectively of North Saanich-based Epicure Selections, are 20th overall on Profit and Chatelaine magazines' list of Canada's top 100 women entrepreneurs.


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Island Savings expands despite stubborn economy

Island Savings expands despite stubborn economy

New branches signal optimism for the future

Clark keeps pressing for pipeline fees

B.C. Premier Christy Clark is again signalling that her government could make things difficult for the proposed Northern Gateway oilsands pipeline if its demands for a greater share of the project's economic benefits aren't met.

Co-op CEO resigns, cites work-life balance

Seven months after stepping into the chief executive's role at Peninsula Co-op, Ron Heal has decided to step down from a post he once considered a dream job.

Higher airline profits to lift aerospace sector

Canada's aero-space sector stands to get a boost from an international airlines group's improving industry outlook, with profits expected to reach $4.1 billion US this year and $7.5 billion US in 2013.
Ikea deletes Saudi women from catalogue, regrets it

Ikea deletes Saudi women from catalogue, regrets it

Ikea is being criticized for deleting images of women from the Saudi version of its furniture catalogue, a move the company says it regrets.

Global warming to leave fish gasping for oxygen: new study

Fish weights to fall, food supplies at risk