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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ firms as rate-cut expectations scaled back
(Adds comments and details) * Canadian dollar at C$1.2416 or 80.54 U.S. cents * Bond prices fall across the maturity curve By Solarina Ho TORONTO, March 4 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar strengthened sharply against its U.S.
Bank of Canada holds firm on low rates, but gives little guidance for the ...  CBC.ca
Loonie closes almost half a cent higher in wake of rate decision  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
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Encana Corp to raise up to $1.44B in bought deal to cushion blow of weak oil ...
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntoshDoug Suttles, CEO of Encana Corp., speaks to reporters in Calgary in this file photo. Encana said Wednesday it has agreed to sell 85.62 million shares, priced at $14.60 each, to a group of underwriters.
Canada's Encana plans share issue amid energy price slump  Reuters
Encana Plans to Raise $1 Billion in Bought-Deal Stock Offering  Bloomberg
CANADA STOCKS-TSX drops as bank, energy shares weaken
TORONTO, March 4 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Wednesday as shares of banks dropped after their quarterly earnings reports and energy shares declined with the price of Brent crude.
TSX ends lower as resource stocks slip  Reuters Canada
TSX moves lower  Castanet.net
Fewer Manitobans add to RRSPs: BMO
Fewer Manitoba/Saskatchewan residents contributed to their RRSPs this year, but the average amount contributed was higher, according to a new Bank of Montreal survey.
Fewer Canadians Contribute To RRSP  640 Toronto News
Fewer Canadians contributing to RRSPs, but average contribution rises: BMO ...  Financial Post
What $1 million used to buy in Toronto
The average price of a detached home in Toronto just passed the $1 million mark in February. Here's what $1 million used to buy in the city: 186 St. Leonard's Ave.
What kind of home can $1 million get you inside (and outside) Toronto?  Globalnews.ca
TO home sales jump 11.3% in February 2015 over 2014  TheBulletin.ca
Sweeping aboriginal lawsuit threatens to strangle resource development in ...
Development in British Columbia's resource-rich northeast sector, where the massive Site C dam is planned and gas exploration is booming, could be halted by a lawsuit that has been filed against the provincial government.
BC First Nation starts case that could have far-reaching impact on development  Vancouver Sun
First Nation's lawsuit could impact plans for Site C dam in northeastern ...  The Province
Proposal for Honest Ed site a deal we can't refuse: Hume
It's enough to make you think you've died and gone to� Toronto? A development proposal from the new owner of the Honest Ed site at Bloor and Bathurst won't please everyone, but not for lack of trying.
Redevelopment of Honest Ed's in Toronto holds several surprises  The Globe and Mail
Plans unveiled for redevelopment at Honest Ed's site  680 News
New auto parts plant coming to Alliston
The provincial government says it's putting just over a million dollars into a new auto parts plant in Alliston, northwest of Toronto.
HCM parts supplier announces first Canadian plant in Alliston  New Tecumseth Free Press
New auto plant bringing 40 jobs  The Barrie Examiner
Stephen Harper's approach to China is inadequate and inconsistent, PM's ...
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former top foreign policy adviser has published a scathing critique of the Conservative government's handling of relations with China.
Former ambassador questions Chinese money in Canadian housing markets  Vancouver Sun
Harper inadequate, inconsistent on China, former adviser says  Calgary Herald
After 7 years, Qatar gives up waiting on Bombardier C-Series
An artist's rendering of the Bombardier Inc. CSeries in an Odyssey Airlines livery. Source: Odyssey, Sept. 2014. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Qatar Airways tired of waiting for Bombardier's CSeries jet to be ready  CBC.ca
Qatar Airways to extend its A350 XWB service  Gulf Times