Layoffs and the collapse of oil exact their pound of flesh.
Just when oil collapsed, housing stumbled, and layoffs began.
Gravity inconveniently inserts itself into a phenomenal boom.
The floodgates opened in December.
What ratings agency Fitch and the Bank of Canada had warned about has come to pass.
The “spillover effects” of overbroad anti-terror legislation.
The Canadian Province hit hard by low oil prices.
The toxic mix of financial engineering and an oil-price collapse.
Saudi Arabia is rattling the oil sector with a price war that many think is aimed at U.S. oil producers. But there’s an easier price war to win: with Canadian tar-sands operators.
Is the blindingly magnificent housing bubble in Canada running out of steam?