Canadian Industry Minister James Moore said it’s up to BlackBerry Ltd. to pull off a turnaround on its own, signaling the government has no plans to intervene in the struggling smartphone maker’s future.
Jane Pierce spent nine years struggling alongside her husband, Todd, as he fought cancer in his sinus cavity. The treatments were working. Then, in July 2009, Todd died in a fiery car crash. He was 46. That was the beginning of a whole new battle for Jane Pierce, this time with Todd’s life insurance company, MetLife Inc.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper ’s election campaign may get a boost tomorrow from an employment report that is forecast to show a sixth straight monthly gain, bolstering his argument his Conservative Party is best at managing the economic recovery.
The resignation of Canada’s chief statistician amid a dispute over changes to the 2011 census may lead Prime Minister Stephen Harper to reconsider the plan or risk undermining the agency’s reputation, economists and historians said.
Canada’s once-dominant Liberals are searching for a political message and a leader to deliver it, as Michael Ignatieff stepped down as party head yesterday after taking them to their worst electoral defeat.