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Libs' spending spree financed by debt
Ontario's Liberal government plans to finance next year's election spending spree with millions in new debt. Although the centrepiece of Finance Minister Charles Sousa's $145-billion budget is a free drug prescription program for kids, the Liberals ...
Globe editorial: Ontario's NDP-lite budget sets the table for the next ...  The Globe and Mail
Reevely: Wynne comes out with big plans and big spending in risky Ontario budget  Ottawa Citizen
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Home Capital puts itself on the block after $2-billion loan from HOOPP
Home Capital Group Inc. shares roared back Thursday, as the beleaguered mortgage lender firmed up an emergency multibillion-dollar loan and signalled an intention to sell itself.
Home Capital Group director Keohane resigns after fund backs $2 billion loan  Financial Post
Home Capital secures firm commitment for $2B line of credit  CTV News
Boeing seeks anti-dumping probe regarding Bombardier's C Series jet
Boeing Co on Thursday asked the U.S. Commerce Department to investigate alleged subsidies and unfair pricing for Canadian planemaker Bombardier's new C Series airplane, adding to growing trade tensions between the United States and Canada.
Bombardier rejects Boeing claim CSeries was dumped into the US at below cost  CTV News
Statement on the petition by Boeing Aerospace Corporation  Ottawa Citizen
'Fight fire with fire': Unifor president Jerry Dias' offers advice for NAFTA ...
The president of the union that represents thousands of forestry and Big Three autoworkers is calling on the Canadian government to “fight fire with fire” when it comes to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Loonie weaken with drop in oil, offset by NAFTA deal hopes  The Globe and Mail
Donald Trump is learning that running Washington isn't the same as a ...  Toronto Star
Shaw Internet, Cable And Home Phone Outage Across Canada
UPDATE - April 27, 2017: All services to Shaw customers were restored as of 6 p.m. ET. The Canada-wide outage was caused by a software failure during an upgrade to the system, the company said on its website.
Shaw internet, TV and phone service outage fixed
Shaw internet, phone services running again after Western Canada outage  News Talk 770 Calgary
The close: TSX falls nearly 1% on bank, resource shares
Canada's main stock index fell nearly 1 per cent on Thursday to its lowest since the beginning of April, dragged down by heavyweight banking and resources shares.
Toronto markets see sharp drop amid ongoing mortgage lender scandal  Toronto Star
TSX hit as bank shares spooked by Home Capital woes  Reuters Canada
Swift-acting TTC subway station worker saves man from committing suicide
WATCH ABOVE: There were some sense moments at Dundas subway station after a man jumped onto the subway tracks. Minna Rhee looks at the touching way a TTC worker saved the man's life.
TTC worker lauded for helping man on subway tracks  Toronto Sun
Quick-thinking TTC worker saves life of man in distress  CityNews
Jim Pattison, owner of Guinness-Records and one of Canada's richest men ...
A day after U.S. President Donald Trump slapped duties on Canadian softwood lumber imports, British Columbia took aim at Trump's coveted coal industry by calling for a ban on U.S.
Clark vows ban on thermal coal exports  Business in Vancouver
Westshore urges Ottawa to keep border open to US thermal coal  The Globe and Mail
Out of 'hell,' oilfield services sector now in 'purgatory,' forecasters say
Gavin Young, Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB: NOVEMBER 03, 2015 - Mark Salkeld, President and CEO of PSAC, Petroleum Services Association of Canada, shown here in 2015, at the Telus Convention Centre.
Drill, lately, drill: Thousands more oil and gas wells expected in revised ...
Positive drilling forecast for Canada after year of 'hell' in ...  660 News
'I was pretty sure it was coming': Hainesville sawmill prepares to close over ...
Back in January, Danny Stillwell started to get the feeling the United States would slap big duties on his eastern white cedar shipments to Maine.
New Brunswick sawmills say time is of the essence in softwood lumber dispute
NB mill taking 'time out' because of US lumber tariffs  CTV News