From Target’s arrival to BlackBerry’s troubles, MSN presents the events that mattered in 2013.
There was no shortage of screaming headlines in Canada's 2013 business calendar, a year where big telecom companies made huge deals, one iconic retailer seemed to signal its exit from the country while another roared north of the border with the hype and bluster of a presidential visit.
Of course, there was also no way to escape harrowing news this year in Canadian business, a sector which endured unspeakable tragedy, corporate scandal and perhaps the last gasp of a once-great tech giant. All these stories and more in MSN's review of the biggest stories this year in Canadian business.
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