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Business Canada

  • Multi-ethnic children typing on laptop computers

    A new test measures whether kids know the ins and outs of a computer. Thousands of Canadian kids took the test and they excelled.

  • Jim Cramer is feeling inspired by mergers announced recently and thinks these two large players in the oil patch should get hitched.

  • CNBC's Phil Han explains why there is so much controversy surrounding the Keystone XL pipeline.

  • Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, a Democrat from North Dakota, right, speaks as Sen. Mary Landrieu, a Democrat from Louisiana, looks on during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014.

    Sen. Heidi Heitkamp from North Dakota, a long-time Democratic supporter of the Keystone XL pipeline, also said to just wait until next year.

  • A cement factory releasing heavy smoke in Binzhou, China.

    The world will see huge shifts on both the usage and supply sides of the energy equation, according to BP's annual global energy forecast.

  • Tracking Canada's efforts to become yuan trading hub

    Michael De Jong, Minister of Finance of British Columbia, Canada, explains why events like the HK-Shanghai trade link won't derail Canada's plans to become a center for offshore renminbi trading.

  • Kit and Ace owners J.J. Wilson and Shannon Wilson pose in their flagship store in Vancouver, British Columbia, October 17, 2014.

    The wife of Lululemon founder Chip Wilson, former lead designer Shannon Wilson, and her son J.J. have launched casual wear brand Kit and Ace.

  • Canada & terrorism fears

    Discussing renewed terrorism fears after Canada's parliament shooting, with former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, John Manley.

  • Smartphone insecurity

    Edmund Hartnett, Bronson Risk Consultants, discusses cell phone security and the dangers of encrypted phones, where even the company who makes it cannot give law enforcement access.

  • Canadian Parliament recognizes Kevin Vickers

    NBC's Sarah Dallof reports Canadian Parliament was back in session, 24 hours after the tragic shootings, and Sgt. at Arms Kevin Vickers was given a standing ovation by Parliament members.

  • Canada's Parliament in session

    NBC's Sarah Dallof reports the latest update on the shooting in Ottawa after a moment of silence was held at the National War Memorial for the soldier killed in Wednesday's attack.

  • Canadian Parliament honors Kevin Vickers

    The "Squawk on the Street" crew share video of an emotional day at the Canadian Parliament where Sgt. at Arms Kevin Vickers is being honored after the shooting on Parliament Hill for killing the attacker.

  • Cramer: Ottawa story shocked people

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides the latest details on Thursday's shooting in Ottawa. Caruso-Cabrera reports it's still not clear if there was more than one shooter. Jim Cramer provides insight.

  • Canadian gunman named

    Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has been identified as the lone shooter that attacked Canada's parliament on Wednesday, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

  • Canada shooter likely 'lone lunatic': Expert

    Col. Jack Jacobs, U.S. Army (retired), discusses Wednesday's shooting in Ottawa and increasing security measures in public buildings.

  • Armed RCMP officers guard access to Parliament Hill following a shooting incident in Ottawa, Canada, October 22, 2014.

    NBC's Jay Gray reports the latest details on Thursday's shooting in Ottawa that left one solider dead and authorities looking for answers.

  • 'Sadness and anger' in Ottawa shooting aftermath

    Matthew Kupfer, reporter at CBC News, says Canadians are trying to process the events of the shooting in Ottawa.

  • Canada's impact on stocks will be short-lived: Pro

    Kerry Series, Founder & CIO of Eight Investment Partners, expects markets to rebound soon as positive market fundamentals outweigh the tragedy in Canada.

  • Amid volatility, here's a safe haven trade

    Arjuna Mahendran, CIO at Emirates National Bank of Dubai, says investors can consider raising their exposure to the U.S. 10-year bonds after Canada's deadly shooting sparked a selloff.

  • Why Canada's deadly shooting unnerved investors

    John Carey, EVP & Portfolio Manager of Pioneer Investments, says Tuesday's shooting incident in Ottawa triggered renewed concerns over geopolitical risks.