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Today's opening numbers:

TSX13,747.52Dow16,437.05Nasdaq4,174.66Dollar91.73 cents

Today: in Ottawa, the winter issues of the Business Outlook Survey and the Senior Loan Officer Survey are released by the Bank of Canada.

Tuesday: in Calgary, Shaw Communications will release its first-quarter results.

Wednesday: in Toronto, credit rating agency DBRS hosts a conference call to review the mid-year fiscal performance of Canadian provinces and Sirius XM Canada Holdings Inc. releases first-quarter results.

Thursday: in Ottawa, Statistics Canada releases Canada's international transactions in securities for November and new motor vehicle sales for November.

Friday: in Ottawa, Statistics Canada releases investment in non-residential building construction for the fourth quarter.

TUESDAY

Facebook For Business Manitoba Tourism Education Council, 75 Scurfield Blvd. Unit 3, 204-957-7437, register at mtec.mb.ca, 9 a.m. Complimentary.

WEDNESDAY

Personal and Business Finance: Budgeting for Success, Canada/Manitoba Business Service Centre, 250-240 Graham Ave., 1:30 p.m. Register: www.canadabusiness.mb.ca/events-seminars. Free.

Business Network International -- BNI Nexus Centro Caboto Centre, 1055 Wilkes Ave., noon with Tina Charney, Polar Windows on See the difference of quality. $17.

Lunch & Learn -- CI Canadian Market Update, Winnipeg Winter Club, 200 River Ave., 11:30 a.m. A discussion of historical sales results and new trends developing in Canada. $35 members $35, $55 non-members.

The Free Press welcomes items for the Business Calendar. They should include the time, date, location and any sponsor and fees. Please enter your information at http://wfp.to/events. Items can also be mailed to Diane Pratt, Winnipeg Free Press, 1355 Mountain Ave., R2X 3B6, Winnipeg, MB, faxed to 204-697-7412 or emailed (without attachments) to: diane.pratt@freepress.mb.ca. The deadline to submit items is Wednesday.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 13, 2014 B5

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