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A security worker stands next to the Macquarie Group logo in central Sydney in this Feb. 9, 2010, file photo.
A security worker stands next to the Macquarie Group logo in central Sydney in this Feb. 9, 2010, file photo.
(DANIEL MUNOZ/REUTERS)

Macquarie re-assesses client coverage during resource drought

As mining and energy stocks languish in Canada, some of the brokerage firms that relied on the commodity boom are looking for new ways to make money.

Macquarie Capital Markets Canada Ltd., the Australian-owned company that walks the line between bank and boutique on Bay Street, is looking at the so-called special situations pocket of the Canadian marketplace.