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Cancer centre among topics as Notley's cabinet talks in Calgary
She sat down with her cabinet officially for the first time in Calgary on Wednesday, where everything from finances to education dominated discussion.
Lack of 'clarity' from government on energy hampers ability to plan ...  Edmonton Journal
In opening shot at Alberta government 'uncertainty,' Canadian ...  Financial Post
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BMO's Q2 profit slides as consumer loan growth continues to slow
TORONTO -- Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO) saw its second-quarter profit fall compared with a year ago as it grappled with slowing consumer loan growth and pulled back a little from the auto loan business.
BMO boosts dividend as it streamlines operations  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends up 0.4 pct despite drag from energy shares  Reuters
People forced to leave in northern Alberta going home after crews hold wildfires
Emergency officials have lifted all evacuation orders for communities threatened by wildfires in northern Alberta. About 5,000 people who were told to leave their homes earlier this week are in the process of returning to their homes.
Thousands returning home after wildfire evacuations in northern Alberta  The Sudbury Star
Canada wildfires rage on, intensify near oil sands sites  Reuters
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ weaker after Bank of Canada holds rates steady
... * Canadian dollar at C$1.2459, or 80.26 U.S. cents * Bond prices flat to higher across maturity curve (Updates to close) By Alastair Sharp TORONTO, May 27 The Canadian dollar regained a little ground against the greenback on Wednesday but still ended ...
Bank of Canada holds key rate on optimism of US rebound  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Bank of Canada Maintains Overnight Rate Target At 3/4 Percent  Nanaimo Business News
Trans Mountain pipeline expansion would be 'disastrous': Vancouver mayor
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Serious health effects predicted in major oil spill  Vancouver Courier
Local First Nation to fight pipeline expansion  Burnaby NewsLeader
Unionized construction workers reach deal for labour stability on Site C dam
VICTORIA -- Union and non-union workers as well as independent First Nations' contractors will build the $9-billion Site C hydroelectric dam in northern British Columbia under a deal announced Wednesday.
Unionized construction workers reach deal on BC's Site C dam  The Globe and Mail
BC Hydro and provincial unions reach labour deal to build Site C dam
Quebec taxpayers aren't getting their money's worth: Auditor General
The public is paying the price for a lack of honesty and efficiency in the province, Quebec's Auditor General determined in a report released Wednesday.
Hydro-Qu´┐Żbec bungled sale of parts from Gentilly-2: auditor general  Montreal Gazette
Hydro sold equipment acquired for $79 million as scrap metal for $75000  CJAD
Ontario proposes new condo act to lower cost of dispute resolution
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Condo Owner Protection Legislation Introduced  Fountain Pen
Ontario unveils new legislation to protect condo owners from fraud  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Asian shares up on Greek rescue hopes, dollar shines
TOKYO Asian shares edged up on Thursday on vague hopes of a rescue deal for Greece while the dollar was at the helm in currency markets on expectations that the U.S.
Asian markets hurt by Greece cash crunch  CTV News
Stocks turn higher in Europe after Asian losses  Salt Lake Tribune
Northern Alberta town prohibits all outdoor water use
The Town of Wembley, located about 23 kilometers west of Grand Prairie, has implemented what they refer to as a level 3 water restriction, where all outdoor water use is prohibited, due to a low water supply.
Edmonton-area municipalities tell residents to conserve water  Edmonton Journal
Water use restrictions implemented in Alberta municipalities