Philip Seymour Hoffman was one of the best actors of his generation. And genuinely seemed like an authentic guy. So sad to hear.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Wind Mobile, one of the smallest players in Canada’s wireless market, said on Thursday it was offering a new low-cost unlimited U.S. roaming plan, a traditionally lucrative niche for its much larger competitors.
Wind, backed by Europe’s Vimpelcom Ltd, said it would offer customers unlimited data, talk and text while traveling in the United States for C$15 ($13.42) a month.
Wow, Wind Mobile just announced a C$15/month add-on for unlimited data, talk and text in U.S.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Canadian computer services provider CGI Group Inc, the contractor behind the troubled Obamacare enrollment website, reported weaker-than-expected quarterly results on Wednesday, sending its shares to a four-month low.
The Montreal-based company said revenue and bookings – an indicator of future sales – were both strong in its first quarter despite losing the contract to manage the U.S. federal healthcare enrollment website it helped build.
TORONTO, Jan 21 (Reuters) – A Canadian government-backed
investment fund set up to help revive the country’s ailing
venture capital industry raised C$217.5 million ($198 million)
at its initial closing, its backers said on Tuesday.
The Northleaf Venture Catalyst Fund raised C$145 million
from institutional and corporate investors, including Canada’s
biggest banks, with the rest contributed equally by the federal
and Ontario governments.
TORONTO (Reuters) – The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Friday but staved off a breach of C$1.10 as the divergent paths of the two countries’ recent economic data and monetary policy outlooks force investors to reassess the loonie’s value.
The currency slipped 0.7 percent, or three-quarters of a cent, on the week to hit a four-year low against the greenback and has failed to gain ground on most other major currencies after falling 2.5 percent last week.