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Combined Tim Hortons, Burger King misses estimates but CEO says Q1 was ...
OAKVILLE, Ont. - The parent of Tim Hortons and Burger King missed analyst estimates for first-quarter revenue and adjusted earnings but the company says it got 2015 off to a good start at the operational level.
Tim Hortons and Burger King parent tops estimates as customers fill up on ...  Financial Post
Burger King, Tim Hortons Parent Posts Higher Systemwide Sales  Wall Street Journal
Precision Drilling Corporation Announces 2015 Second Quarter Dividend, 2015 ...
This news release contains "forward-looking information and statements" within the meaning of applicable securities laws.
UPDATE 1-Precision Drilling profit beats estimates as costs fall  Reuters
Precision Drilling Corp profit plunges 76% as drilling demand fails to meet ...  Financial Post
InterContinental Hotel Group chain catering to Chinese guests
The Chinese, travelling the world today more than ever, are the new face of tourism. Faced with this new clientele, the InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG), whose brands include InterContinental, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn, has launched a program in all of ...
IHG hotels tailor personalised welcome for Chinese clientele  Malay Mail Online
IHG introduces rewards programme guests can share  Hotelier Middle East
Sobeys boosts East Coast footprint with Co-op deal
Sobeys Inc., the country's second largest grocer, is poised to gain more clout in its key Atlantic Canada market thanks to a proposed supermarket deal announced over the weekend.
Deal could put Co-op Atlantic locations under Sobeys ownership  The News
Sobeys aims for scale with acquisition  IGD Retail Analysis
TFSA, RRSP and RRIF rule changes miss the mark
Ottawa clearly wants the votes of seniors. Now if it would just address the real flaws in Canada's retirement system. Last week's federal budget showered goodies on the grey-haired set, ranging from more time for seniors to tap their registered retirement ...
National Post View: Increasing TFSA limits is the right thing to do  National Post
TFSA changes kick in right away
Canadian tax process getting too complicated: study
According to a study completed by the Fraser Institute the tax system is much more difficult to understand than it was in the 1990's.
Fraser Institute News Release: With the Income Tax Deadline Looming ...  MarketWatch
Confused by mounting number of tax credits? You're not alone
Empty home on your street? City of Vancouver may soon have a website for that
VANCOUVER -- The City of Vancouver plans to develop a new website in a bid to tackle the growing issue of vacant homes. It will be a digital service where the public can report vacant homes "in a coherent fashion," according to a memo from the city's chief ...
City website will let residents report vacant homes in Vancouver  MetroNews Canada
Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency investigates factors behind homes being ...
US Stocks Open Higher
BREAKING: *U.S. Stocks Open Higher. *DJIA Rises 90 points, or 0.5%; Apple Gains Most. *S&P 500 Adds 7.3 points, or 0.4%; Energy Stocks Among Biggest Gainers.
U.S. Stocks Advance With European Equities While Gold Rebounds  Bloomberg
US STOCKS-Wall St to open up ahead of Apple earnings, Fed meeting later this ...  Reuters
UPDATE 1-TORC Oil & Gas to buy Canadian oil assets for C$430 mln
(Adds deal details, shares). April 27 (Reuters) - Canadian oil and gas producer TORC Oil & Gas Ltd said it would buy oil-producing assets in southeast Saskatchewan and Manitoba for C$430 million ($354 million) in cash to increase its exposure to light oil.
Monday's small-cap stocks to watch  The Globe and Mail
TORC Oil & Gas announces strategic acquisition in southeast Saskatchewan  OilVoice
GRI looks to Richard Nesbitt to expand global reach
Toronto-based Global Risk Institute in Financial Services is bringing on a banking veteran to help expand the international reach of its research.
Bay Street veteran Richard Nesbitt to head up Global Risk Institute  Financial Post
Global Risk Institute names Richard Nesbitt as CEO  Economic Times