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TSX lower as uncertainty reigns, industrials weigh
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index pulled back on Thursday as investor caution about economic growth, geopolitical uncertainty and interest rate trajectories overpowered stronger-than-expected earnings from three of the country's biggest ...
Strong bank earnings hold hope for stable economy  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Profit beats for Canada's banks mask challenges ahead  Financial Post
Calgary Herald  
Takata airbag recall affects 1.2MCanadian vehicles
One week after the American auto safety regulator recalled nearly 34 million vehicles over potentially deadly airbags, Transport Canada has followed suit, recalling more than 1.2 million vehicles.
Fiat Chrysler, Honda and BMW expand airbag recall  BBC News
UPDATE 2-Honda expands air bag recall after Takata complies with US order  Reuters
Bike maker Dorel raising prices, introducing 9 new rides
MONTREAL -- Bicycling enthusiasts around the world are facing higher prices as manufacturers adjust to a stronger U.S. dollar and introduce new lines of more expensive rides this summer, bike maker Dorel Industries said Thursday.
Dorel Industries Announces Results of Annual Meeting  MarketWatch
Dorel hopes to cycle its way to growth by raising bike prices, adding new lines  mysask.com
Air Canada gets lift from Air China link, hits 52-week high
Air Canada (T.AC) hit a new 52-week high of $13.89 Thursday. Air China and Air Canada said today they are preparing for the launch of non-stop flights between Beijing and Montreal that will create the first transpacific direct link between Asia and Montreal.
Air Canada signs deal with Air China for Montreal-Beijing direct flights  Castanet.net
Air China to Launch Beijing-Montreal Flights in Cooperation with Air Canada  The FINANCIAL
Ontario's prospects remain bright: Conference Board
Ontario's economic prospects for 2015 remain bright despite getting off to a slower than expected start this year, the Conference Board of Canada says.
Recession unavoidable in Alberta this year, Conference Board says  CTV News
CALGARY — A recession is unavoidable in Alberta this year, according to a ...  CHEK
Teck Resources to temporarily close six Canadian coal mines
Teck Resources Ltd. will temporarily shutter its six Canadian metallurgical coal mines this summer, a move that will have ripple effects in other sectors of the Canadian economy.
'A drop in the bucket': Teck Resources Ltd slashing coal production ...  Financial Post
COAL: Temporary shutdowns for six Teck collieries  Canadian Mining Journal
Many shoppers would pay up to 30 per cent more for local food
Buying local is a hot trend for six in ten Canadians - however they find the large grocery chains are failing to offer enough local food and beverages to meet demand, a new survey shows.
Buying Local is the New Canadian Trend  KamloopsBCNow
Buying Local is Extremely Important to Most Canadians  KelownaNow
Canadian Natural cancels investor day, seeks clarity on NDP energy policies
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.'s declaration that it cannot create a detailed business plan until Alberta's new government provides more information on energy policy could backfire as the oil and gas industry tries to establish relationships with politicians ...
OIL SANDS: Environmental improvement report tabled  Canadian Mining Journal
US Oil Sands Inc. Provides Operational Update and Announces First Quarter ...  MarketWatch
Unionization rates falling
Few groups have felt the impact of the changing nature of the labour market as the union movement. This month's Canadian Megatrends looks at the journey of unions from the industrial base of the late 19th century to the white collar workplaces of today.
Canadian Oil And Gas Firms See Largest Profit Collapse On Record, And ' ...  Huffington Post Canada
Are Unions as We Know Them Becoming a Thing of the Past?  KelownaNow
Cooler weather helping Alberta wildfire crews but situation still severe
EDMONTON -- Cooler weather was helping crews in Alberta battle wildfires Thursday as the province shifted more effort to protecting oilsands projects in the northeast.
Cooler temperatures and rain not enough to lift Alberta wide fire ban  Edmonton Sun
Wildfires blaze on in Alberta  iNews880.com