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Patrick Brown should go for broke
A cynic would say in light of today's Forum Research poll that Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown right where she wants him.
Wynne well deserves her 'Teddy' award  Fort McMurray Today
Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown discussing hydro in London  Globalnews.ca
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Toronto's housing market may need a Vancouver-style cooling: RBC
Toronto may need to consider Vancouver-style measures to address a “dangerous mix” of factors that are fuelling the region's overheated housing market, the chief executive of Canada's largest bank warned on Friday.
RBC CEO says Toronto real estate market 'not sustainable,' company ...  Financial Post
RBC grows first-quarter profit by 24 per cent to $3.03 billion  CTV News
Major power failure strands thousands of GO train passengers
A Friday morning power outage at the CN Rail Traffic Control Centre disrupted GO Transit, UP Express, freight trains and VIA Rail service.
Commuter train service 'back to normal' in southern Ontario  CBC.ca
GO train service down again after another power failure  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Toronto's S&P/TSX composite index registers biggest one-day loss in five months
TORONTO - Canada's largest stock market racked up its biggest one-day loss in five months Friday as a broad-based decline across all sectors and disappointing corporate earnings pulled the commodity-heavy index lower.
The close: TSX slumps as heavyweight energy, bank stocks slide  The Globe and Mail
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  News1130
Alberta spends $2700 more per person than BC yet collects $1300 less tax
The Alberta government spends nearly $2,700 more per man, woman and child in the province compared to British Columbia, while collecting roughly $1,300 less in tax.
Alberta cutting pay, perks for highest-earning board and agency executives  CTV News
Editorial: NDP keeps spending and going into debt (with poll)  Calgary Herald
Strathcona County water ban lifted
The ban on non-essential water use for Strathcona County residents placed on Friday afternoon was lifted Saturday morning. Officials put the ban in place after a line break that impacted water feed from Edmonton to Sherwood Park.
Strathcona County, Sherwood Park water ban lifted Saturday morning  Globalnews.ca
Water ban lifted in Strathcona County  Edmonton Journal
Canada's marijuana green rush
Adam Greenblatt of Canopy Growth Corporation in Smiths Falls, Ont., is spearheading expansion of Tweed-brand marijuana into Quebec.
Canopy Growth CEO apologizes over tainted medical marijuana  CBC.ca
Canadian medical marijuana producer backs making testing data public  The Globe and Mail
Which piggy bank's the best for your money?
Low interest rates and competition from more online banks and credit unions has made RRSP season more subdued. It used to be that consumers would stuff their money into RRSPs this time of year, but other investment options have moved in.
Don't be stressed over retirement savings  Winnipeg Free Press
What are the biggest retirement surprises? Unexpected costs, health issues ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Husky Energy Inc. focuses on 'cut and paste' heavy oil projects as company ...
Postmedia NewsHusky Energy says it's planning to increase its capital spending program next year to between US$2.6 billion and US$2.7 billion.
Husky reportedly considering sale of some Eastern Canadian assets  The Globe and Mail
Husky may sell some of its assets in NL offshore oil industry: sources  CBC.ca
2 Brexit-proof stocks I'd buy now before it's too late
The FTSE 100 index might still be trading near all-time highs but this -- along with investor optimism -- may not last for much longer.
Merlin Entertainments PLC (MERL) Given New GBX 460 Price Target at JP Morgan ...  Sports Perspectives
JP Morgan Reiterated Merlin Entertainment (LON:MERL) As 'Neutral'  UK Market News