Greek finances in ruins & cellphones turn 30 in Canada: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
From an escalating financial crisis in Greece, to a seniors income crisis brewing right here in Canada, it was a busy week in business news. The CBC's Jacqueline Hansen recaps the week in business news in her video feature.NEB's skirting of climate change issue can't last forever
Calls to take action on climate change keep washing up on the doorstep of the national energy regulator. Whether the NEB will ever listen is another question.Strike postponed at Ontario Loblaws as workers vote on amended offer
A possible strike by 12,000 workers at 60 Loblaw owned stores across Ontario has been pushed back a week.Pearson flights back on but delays expected after job action
Pearson International Airport's operations are slowly returning to normal after an unsanctioned job action Friday by workers who refuel aircraft forced hundreds of flight cancellations and delays.No, Canada's economy isn't in recession, finance minister says
Despite an economy that's shrunk every month this year for which we have data, the federal finance minister says Canada is not in a recession and is poised for growth later in 2015.Greek debt crisis: Voters ponder unclear question in Sunday's referendum
How Greeks interpret an ambiguous question is going to determine the outcome of its referendum Sunday, which was cleared to go ahead by a Greek court on Friday.