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Alberta budget to include more taxes, reveals $5-billion deficit over next year
The Alberta government is asking residents to pay more taxes and receive fewer services for years to come. The province will post a record $5-billion deficit over the next year, reflecting a global collapse in oil prices that has depressed Alberta's revenue and ...
Business community mixed on Alberta budget
Budget: Tax credit for charitable donations chopped in Alberta budget  Calgary Herald
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Balanced Quebec budget to phase in relief to taxpayers
A balanced Quebec budget has opened the door to reducing the burden on Canada's most heavily taxed province, but Quebeckers will have to wait a while yet to put any extra money in their pockets.
Stephen Gordon: Quebec holds the line  National Post
Quebec City protest against Liberals' budget declared illegal
Bell Media's principles of business and media collide: Don Pittis
If William Lyon Mackenzie is watching from heaven he's mad as hell. "One thing is certain," wrote Mackenzie in the 1820s in his newspaper blasting the financial power of Upper Canada's family compact and their tame newspapers, "No free popular ...
CRTC unveils proposal to make TV service contracts more consumer friendly  Brandon Sun
Regulator proposes new TV service code  Northumberland News
CANADA STOCKS-TSX falls on broad declines despite oil price surge
(Adds portfolio manager comments, updates prices to close). * TSX ends down 59.57 points, or 0.40 percent, at 14,869.80. * Eight of 10 main sectors finish lower.
The close: TSX ends lower even as oil surges  The Globe and Mail
TSX closes in the red as conflict in Yemen offsets higher commodity prices  Winnipeg Free Press
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ firms on higher oil, Bank of Canada speech
... * Canadian dollar at C$1.2471, or 80.19 U.S. cents * Poloz speech less dovish than some had expected * Bond prices lower across the maturity curve (Adds market reaction to air strikes, comment; updates to close) By Andrea Hopkins TORONTO, March 26 ...
The bumpy road back to a 'normal' economy
Bank of Canada says January rate cut bought it time  The Sudbury Star
All Canadian flights to have two in cockpit at all times: Feds
Canada's transportation minister says all of the country's airlines will immediately be required to have two crew in a plane's cockpit at all times.
All Canadian flights to have two in cockpit at all times: Feds 0  London Free Press
Germanwings crash: Airlines to insist on two crew in cockpit at all times in ...  The Independent
Cirque du Soleil needs to stay in Montreal, Philippe Couillard says
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard appealed to the CEO of Cirque du Soleil on Thursday to keep the company's headquarters in Montreal, even if the circus ends up being sold.
Cirque du Soleil sale rumours spur calls to keep control in Quebec  Toronto Star
Quebec premier appeals to Cirque founder to keep head office in Montreal  Hamilton Spectator
Is TD Bank's new chief executive Bharat Masrani notching up the bank's risk ...
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris YoungBharat Masrani, president and CEO of TD Bank, attends TD's annual meeting in Toronto on Thursday, March 26, 2015.
TD chief plays down concerns over Canada's housing market  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canada's TD Bank eyeing small acquisitions in US market  Reuters
Study on health effects of oil and gas activity finds risks 'low'
A long-awaited provincial government-commissioned study on the health effects of oil and gas activity in northeast B.C. �suggests� health risks are low.
B.C. oil and gas has low impact on health: report  Williams Lake Tribune
B.C. oil and gas industry is low risk to human health: report  MetroNews Canada
Arts will be featured in project at Guvernment nightclub site
A $700-million plan in the works for a mixed-use condo and commercial project at the site of the former Guvernment nightclub will also feature a strong arts and cultural component, the developer said Thursday.
Toronto waterfront redevelopment plans focus on the arts