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Tim Hortons-Burger King parent falls short of analyst estimates
Sales of dark roast coffee and additional lunch combos added momentum to revenue growth at Tim Hortons and helped parent company Restaurant Brands International pare down its losses in the first quarter.
Burger King Heats It Up With Spicy Whopper and Sales Surge  New York Times
New Tim Hortons owners slash corporate taxes post-Burger King deal
At midday: TSX falls slightly, led by mining stocks
Canada's main stock index gained on Monday as buoyant metal prices helped mining stocks rise and investors cheered first-quarter results from Restaurant Brands International Inc. Restaurant Brands, formed by Burger King's takeover of Canadian coffee ...
TSX rises slightly, led by mining stocks  Reuters Canada
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises slightly, led by mining stocks  Reuters
Precision Drilling's Q1 results beat estimates as costs fall (PDS)
Precision Drilling (PDS +1.6%) opens higher after its Q1 earnings plunge 76% Y/Y on a 24% drop in revenue, but results beat expectations as job cuts and other cost-cutting measures helped maintain margins despite a steep decline in drilling activities.
Precision Drilling Corporation Announces 2015 Second Quarter Dividend, 2015 ...  MarketWatch
Precision Drilling Q1 Profit Tumbles 76 Per Cent  Huffington Post Canada
Finch West LRT construction to be completed in 2021
Construction on a new light rail transit line along Finch Avenue West will begin in 2016 and be completed in five years, according to the Ontario minister of transportation.
Ontario reaffirms commitment to $1.2B Finch LRT  CityNews
Construction on Finch West LRT to begin in 2016 but Sheppard East LRT on hold  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Oil Wavers as Traders Assess US Supply Outlook
NEW YORK´┐ŻOil prices wavered Monday on concerns about violence in Yemen and uncertainty about U.S. oil production and inventories.
UPDATE 1-Hedge funds raise bets on rising Brent price to new record  Reuters
Oil Trades Near Four-Month High on Yemen, Rig Counts  Bloomberg
It's Time for a Comprehensive Review of Canada's Tax System
Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) "Likes" Budget 2015 for the support it delivers to help Canadian small businesses compete and help Canadians of all ages to manage their savings before and during retirement.
Promise made, promise kept  Drayton Valley Western Review
TFSA, RRSP and RRIF rule changes miss the mark  The Globe and Mail
Vale, United Steelworkers reach tentative agreement
A tentative agreement has been reached between Vale and United Steelworkers Local 6500 and Local 6200 on a new five-year contract, the groups announced Monday morning.
Vale and Steelworkers reach tentative agreement
Local 6500, Vale reach deal  The Sudbury Star
College and Spadina intersection re-opened
After three weeks of chaos, the intersection of College and Spadina has been re-opened. The major intersection was closed from all four directions starting April 6 to allow for TTC streetcar track replacement.
College and Spadina reopens after streetcar track repairs
CP workers urge awareness of rail safety
Expect to see members of CP Rail at intersections on your commute this morning. It's rail safety week and Canadian Pacific says it will be in the city to talk with motorists about crashes between trains and vehicles.
Rail Safety Week
Rail safety  Aurora
York St. GO Transit concourse opens to the public
The 62,000-square-foot York Street GO concourse at Union station officially opened to the public this morning. Part of GO's effort to accommodate rising ridership, the new concourse is nearly double the size of its predecessor, the Bay Street concourse.
York Street GO concourse opens at Union Station  CityNews
New 62000 square foot GO Transit concourse opens at Union Station  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News