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Dollar rises as world stock markets hold firm
LONDON The dollar rose on Friday while world stock markets were steady, as investors prepared for a likely hike in U.S. interest rates in the next few months.
EMERGING MARKETS-Emerging stocks set for 1st weekly rise since mid-April  Daily Mail
Toronto's Trump Tower up for sale after owner defaults on debt
Donald Trump may have a lock on the Republican nomination for president, but his hold on an eponymous Toronto hotel is slipping away, as one-time partner Alex Shnaider and his bank attempt to sell Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto or put the ...
Is Your Candidate Worse than the Other?  Delaware 105.9 (blog)
Province contributes $6.2M to Edmonton low income transit pass
Low income families will get a 60 per cent break on the cost of transit in Edmonton starting in 2017, thanks to a new pilot project launched by the provincial government.
Edmonton's low-income transit pass to be released by fall 2017  MetroNews Canada
Edmonton gets $6.2M transit-pass assistance  Medicine Hat News
Wynne steps back from plan to phase out natural gas in Ontario
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has distanced herself from a draft plan to wean the province off natural gas, the same day a major Calgary-based distributor of the fuel took shots at the Liberal government's sweeping climate blueprint.
Wynne lowballs cap-and-trade cost  Toronto Sun
Wynne praises Notley's climate change plan in Edmonton visit  Toronto Star
Seeding progress takes a leap forward, rainfall seen mixed
Saskatchewan Agriculture - Great strides were made this past week, as 81 per cent of the crop is now seeded, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly Crop Report.
Saskatchewan seeding nearing final stages  Western Producer (subscription)
Saskatchewan seeding is advancing rapidly  620 CKRM.com
Canadians won't see price tag for navy frigate replacement until 2019
Canadians will not know the price tag for the navy's frigate replacements - the largest, most complex military purchase in the country's history - until the ink is dry on the contract, Procurement Minister Judy Foote said Thursday.
Minister supports openness about shipbuilding program, but dodges questions  National Post
Liberals beef up shipbuilding strategy staff to address 'growing pains'  CTV News
Greyhound begins operations at new location May 29
Greyhound will begin operating out the Edmonton VIA Rail station on Sunday. This means their terminal will be located at 12360 - 121st Street, about five kilometres away from their old location.
New Edmonton Greyhound terminal ready to open at the end of the month  Edmonton Journal
Edmonton Greyhound bus station's new location 'not convenient at all ...  MetroNews Canada
Saskatoon receives $30M injection for southeast interchange
One of Saskatoon's priority infrastructure projects received a $30 million injection thanks to the provincial and federal governments.
Saskatoon gets boost from federal government, province for $45M Boychuk ...  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Interchange Coming for Boychuk Drive and Highway 16  Saskatoonhomepage.ca
Alberta says Fort McMurray firms to get preference on rebuilding contracts
inister Deron Bilous says businesses in the city were already struggling from the prolonged collapse in the price of oil. Share on Facebook.
Fort Mac business given supply and contract preference in rebuild  News Talk 770 Calgary
Fort Mac construction workers say they're being overlooked in rebuild  660 News
Yarmouth ferry to start sea trials this weekend
With just three weeks before it is supposed to start sailing between Yarmouth and Portland, Maine, the CAT Ferry will begin sea trials this weekend.
Yarmouth signs lease deal with Bay Ferries  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Bay Ferries, Town of Yarmouth sign ferry terminal lease agreement  Yarmouth County Vanguard