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Quebec co-operatives bridge two solitudes
The implosion of the Parti Qu�b�cois election campaign and the election of one of the most unabashedly federalist premiers in the province's recent history were good news stories for Canadian federalists in April.
Quebec's child care program: How social innovation can create wealth  The Globe and Mail
It's time for Quebec to get its mojo back  Waterloo Record
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Martha Stewart pet product lawsuit gets green light
Martha Stewart, founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse in New York, January 24, 2013. Stewart was at the courthouse for personal reasons.
New York court advances lawsuit against Martha Stewart Living on pet products  Reuters
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Toronto Hydro restores power after massive blackout
There is no word yet about what may have caused Tuesday night's massive blackout that plunged much of Toronto's west end into darkness, leaving thousands without power just as the weather made a sharp drop into sub-zero temperatures.
Toronto blackout plunges thousands in West End into the dark, ' ...  National Post
Power restored to Toronto's west end after large outage  The Globe and Mail
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Ed Martin: Muskrat Falls may cost more, take longer
Nalcor has released an independent report on the Muskrat Falls project that largely approves of the utility's management of the project.
Muskrat Falls Overruns Warned: Opposition Parties  VOCM
TAYLOR: Shocking! Muskrat Falls project behind schedule, over-budget
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Sweet gas, ski resorts get pass from BC on environmental reviews
The B.C. government is exempting about 99 per cent of the natural gas produced in the province from automatic environmental assessment reviews.
BC Kills Mandatory Environmental Review For Natural Gas, Ski Resort Projects  Huffington Post Canada
BC ski resorts and sweet natural gas plants exempted from environmental ...
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Ontario moves to regulate towing, auto storage
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Ontario cracking down on tow truck industry  Toronto Star
Ontario to crack down on tow truck industry  Orangeville Banner
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Region's home sales rise amid low interest rates, modest shortage
A report from the Re/Max real estate group shows that March home sales across the capital region rose by 19 per cent compared to the same month in 2013.
Canadian home sales up in March, CREA says  CTV News
Canadian home sales rise in March as spring buoys buyers  Reuters Canada
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Canada factory sales at highest since before 2008 recession
OTTAWA Canadian factory sales rose in February to the highest level since before the last recession on gains in transportation and energy, while unfilled and new orders posted their biggest advances since at least 1992.
Factory sales soar to $1.37B in February  Regina Leader-Post
The Emergence of Canadian Manufacturers  Investing Daily
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Coal mine closures a 'devastating shock' to Tumbler Ridge: mayor
VANCOUVER - Walter Energy's decision to idle two mines and temporarily lay off 700 workers at its two northeastern British Columbia mines is �a devastating shock� for Tumbler Ridge, Mayor Darwen Wren said Tuesday.
U.S. owner closes 2 B.C. coal mines due to price slump  The Province
Walter Energy idles Canadian mines as expensive acquisition comes back to ...  Financial Post
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OSFI issues proposed new rules to govern conduct of mortgage insurers
OTTAWA - Canada's financial regulator is looking to issue new guidelines governing high-risk mortgages in the country's housing market.
OSFI releases B-21 draft  Canadian Mortgage Broker News
OSFI moves to tighten mortgage insurance guidelines  Financial Post (blog)
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