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CANADA STOCKS-TSX declines as bank weakness offsets energy gains
(Adds fund manager's comment, details and updates prices). * Index down 26.22 points, or 0.17 percent, at 15,360.55. * Seven of 10 main index sectors lower.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Winnipeg Free Press
TSX ends lower as bank, consumer shares decline  Reuters Canada
The Globe and Mail  
Low gas price keeps inflation rate low
OTTAWA - Higher prices for everything from food to electricity last month were offset in part by cheaper gasoline as the inflation rate ticked slightly higher in March.
Sask. inflation rate comes in at 1.4% in March  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Core inflation rate surges on impact of weaker loonie  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Adios, Corolla & Poloz stands pat: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
One of the biggest news stories this week was word on Wednesday that Toyota would be moving its Corolla production from plants in Ontario to a new one in Mexico.
Toyota to spend $1 billion on new factory in Mexico  Rapid City Journal
Toyota Shifts Production To Mexico From Canada  Windsor Square
The future of super ships
When the 366-metre-long container ship MV COSCO Fortune docked at Port of Prince Rupert's Fairview Terminal last July, it dwarfed almost everything else in the harbour and offered west coast ports a glimpse of the future.
First Nations contractors protest the hiring of out of town workers for ...  Prince Rupert Northern View
Viewing Area at Prince Rupert's Fairview Container Terminal is Being Closed  CJFW
Benetton offers victims $1.1 million for 2013 Bangladesh factory tragedy
DHAKA, Bangladesh -- A Bangladeshi garment industry leader on Saturday guardedly welcomed Italian retailer Benetton's pledge of more than $1 million to victims of a factory collapse that killed over 1,100 people two years ago, saying it had come late but ...
Benetton donates more than US$1m to Bangladesh's Rana Plaza factory victims  South China Morning Post (subscription)
CN Rail improving western feeder lines in $500M plan
MONTREAL�Canadian National Railway plans to spend $500 million in Western Canada to improve feeder rail lines that are handling rising volumes of industrial products, natural resources and energy-related commodities.
Canadian National Railway's Hold Rating Reiterated at Canaccord Genuity ...  WKRB News
Earnings of $0.68 Expected for Canadian National Railway Company (NYSE ...  The Markets Daily
Experts weigh in on the best ways for Alberta to address climate change
The setting sun reflects off a tailings pond behind Syncrude's oilsands upgrading facility north of Fort McMurray in June 2013.
Citizens need a clear view of carbon taxes  Hamilton Spectator
Cap and trade an opportunity for Alberta  The Globe and Mail
Allen Road closed this weekend
Dennis and Lea, the tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that have been tunnelling the western segment of the Eglinton(LRT) Crosstown's underground section, will be lifted out of the extraction shaft located west of Allen Road, and moved to the launch shaft ...
It's not boring: 100s turn out to watch massive tunnel-diggers move  CTV News
City coordinated Allen Rd. closure to minimize impact on drivers: Tory  Toronto Sun
Morningstar Gives BBB- Credit Rating to Barrick Gold (ABX)
Barrick Gold logo Barrick Gold (NYSE:ABX) has received a �BBB-� credit rating from analysts at Morningstar. The research firm's �BBB-� rating suggests that the company is a moderate default risk.
Barrick board choices opposed  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Barrick Gold Board Re-Election Opposed by Pension Funds  Bloomberg
Initial Nation wants prime role in oil spill response
VANCOUVER - A B.C. 1st Nation is demanding to play a �priority-a single role� in responses to oil spills, following last week's toxic fuel spill in English Bay.
Exercise will test response to harbour spill  Nanaimo Daily News