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Cable operator Charter to buy Time Warner Cable for $56 billion
Charter Communications Inc, controlled by cable industry pioneer John Malone, offered to buy Time Warner Cable Inc for $56 billion, seeking to combine the No.
Altice's ambitions for US undimmed after Time Warner Cable setback  Reuters Canada
Charter Communications nears deal to buy Time Warner Cable for US$55.1B ...  Toronto Sun
TD Agrees to Buy Nordstrom's $2.2 Billion U.S. Card Balances
Toronto-Dominion Bank, Canada's second-largest lender by assets, agreed to buy Nordstrom Inc.'s Visa Inc. and private-label credit-card portfolio in the U.S.
TD Bank to buy Nordstrom's US consumer credit card portfolio  Reuters
TD Bank to Buy Nordstrom US Credit-Card Portfolio  Wall Street Journal
Greater Victoria forecast improves for home building
A construction worker works on a new home under construction in Oakville, Ont. on Friday. Housing starts across Canada are expected to range between 166,540 and 188,580 units in 2015.
We don't charge you mortgage insurance: CMHC  MoneySense
CMHC forecast: All is not equal across country  Canadian Mortgage Broker News
UPDATE 2-Barrick boosts ties with China's Zijin via New Guinea mine stake sale
(Adds details on deal, background, analyst comment). TORONTO May 26 (Reuters) - Barrick Gold Corp said on Tuesday it has forged a strategic tie-up with Zijin Mining Group Co and agreed to sell the Chinese miner a stake in a mine in Papua New Guinea ...
Canada's Barrick, Ivanhoe in Mining Deals With China's Zijin  Wall Street Journal
Zijin Spends $710 Million on Deals With Barrick, Ivanhoe  Bloomberg
Jaguar Land Rover to develop sub-conscious-reading tech
For years now, cars have been able to read what we're thinking. Complicated algorithms, allied to sensitive accelerometers can read the position of the steering wheel, the brakes, the throttle and more to predict what we're trying to do and where we're trying ...
Jaguar considered Canadian plant before opting for 'low-cost' country  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
At the open: TSX lower as resources lead declines
Canada's main stock index opened lower on Tuesday, with mining and energy names leading the declines on lower commodity and resource prices.
Toronto stock market opens lower amid concerns over Greek debt  CTV News
The U.S. dollar is going crazy and it's hammering the Dow  Financial Post
Energy East carries threats to water: coalition
SENDING oil instead of natural gas through TransCanada's cross-province pipeline threatens two major aquifers and Winnipeg's drinking water supply, opponents said Monday.
Oil Pipeline Could Threaten Winnipeg's Water  CJOB
Pipeline threatens Manitoba's water: report
10 per cent of those surveyed plan to max out new TFSA annual limit: CIBC poll
TORONTO - Ten per cent of Canadians surveyed in a new poll say they typically contribute the maximum amount to their Tax-Free Savings Account and will now invest $10,000.
Higher TFSA limit prompts increased savings  Benefits Canada
Higher TFSA limit prompts one-quarter of Canadians to save more  Exchange Morning Post (press release)
Simon Fraser University embraces bitcoin for buying textbooks
A British Columbia university is now accepting the digital currency bitcoin at all of its bookstores, a move that staff claim is a first for Canadian post-secondary schools.
SFU becomes first Canadian university to accept Bitcoin for textbooks  Vancity Buzz
Bitcoin for books; SFU embraces digital currency  Northumberland News
Ontario premer Kathleen Wynne promises $1B for Hamilton LRT line, additional ...
HAMILTON - The city of Hamilton will get up to $1 billion from the Ontario government for a Light Rail Transit line from McMaster University to Queenston Circle in the city's east end.
Hamilton's LRT construction to begin in 2019  The Globe and Mail
Hamilton to get a new LRT  Toronto Star