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Canada ties worst ever FIFA soccer ranking, now looking up at CONCACAF minnows

TORONTO NEWS
TORONTO - Canada has never been lower on the world soccer ladder and now finds itself looking up at such minnows as St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Haiti, and Antigua and Barbuda.

Canada's TMX plans options to curb high-speed trading

TORONTO NEWS
By Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's biggest stock exchange operator plans to offer trading options for investors who fear speed-based computer strategies are undercutting them, a move it hopes will keep clients from leaving for rival marketplaces. TMX Group Ltd plans a "speed bump," minimum order sizes and rebates for active flow on its smaller Alpha exchange, the company said on ...

CPA Canada and Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life collaborate to improve financial literacy of Canadians

TORONTO NEWS
TORONTO, Oct. 23, 2014 /CNW/ - Recognizing that financial literacy has become a key social issue nationally, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) is teaming with Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life to help all Canadians acquire the knowledge required to make sound financial decisions. "People who lack money management skills are at a distinct disadvantage and may ...

Canada's Hedge Fund Industry Meets to Recognize its Brightest and Best

TORONTO NEWS
TORONTO -- Following a hedge fund conference in which some of Canada's most prominent and successful hedge fund managers participated, the 2014 Canadian Hedge Fund Awards were presented at One King West ...

Lax security in focus after attack at Canada's parliament

TORONTO NEWS
By Randall Palmer and Andrea Hopkins OTTAWA/TORONTO (Reuters) - Security in Canada's capital came under criticism on Wednesday after a gunman was able to run through the unlocked front door of the main parliament building, and get close to Prime Minister Stephen Harper before being taken down in a flurry of gunfire. ...





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