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The close: TSX jumps 2.4% led by financial, energy shares
Canadian stocks rose for the first time in six days on Friday, as energy and financial companies rallied amid surging oil prices and easing concerns about the global economy.
TSX rebounds as oil rallies, led by banks, energy stocks  Reuters Canada
After five straight days of losses, North American stock markets bounce back  Winnipeg Free Press
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Etch A Sketch, Doodle Sketch toy rights bought by Toronto company
TORONTO - A Canadian company has purchased the rights to the classic children's toy Etch A Sketch and its offshoot, the Doodle Sketch.
Ohio company sells classic Etch A Sketch to Toronto toy firm  Edmonton Journal
Ohio Art Sells Etch A Sketch to Spin Master  New York Times
Taseko sues Ottawa
The Canadian government acted unlawfully to reject a mine proposal, according to a lawsuit filed February 11 by Taseko Mines TSX:TKO.
Taseko Mines sues over blocked New Prosperity proposal  CBC.ca
Taseko sues feds over B.C. mine decision  Williams Lake Tribune
Oil price pain seeps into other sectors of Alberta economy
From airlines to beer-makers to wireless providers, withering crude prices have been a drag on businesses seemingly far removed from the oilpatch.
From airlines to telecom, oil price pain seeping into other sectors  Calgary Herald
A rare treat: Sub-$1 gas won't happen often in Metro Vancouver
METRO VANCOUVER -- Regular gasoline dipped below $1 a litre in the Vancouver area this week only to bounce right back over a buck.
Nova Scotia gas selling for as little as 84.2 cents per litre  CBC.ca
Pain at the pump: Gas prices jump 5 cents overnight  CTV News
Clean-energy deal signed Friday in 1st step to green NAFTA
Canada, the United States and Mexico have signed a trilateral agreement that could mark the start of discussions on the first North American accord on climate change and clean energy.
North American energy ministers renew focus on green energy partnership  The Globe and Mail
North American energy ministers sign agreement to share data on clean energy  Calgary Herald
Weak economy slowing thirst for beer in some provinces: Molson Coors
MONTREAL -- Molson Coors Brewing Co. says a sluggish economy and higher food prices are affecting beer drinking in Canada's oil-rich provinces.
Molson Coors says low results due to slow economy and high food prices  Globalnews.ca
Molson Coors isn't worried by hockey teams' poor performances ...  Montreal Gazette
Canadian dollar climbs as crude oil prices surge
The Canadian dollar rose against its U.S. counterpart on Friday as a surge in oil prices supported the risk-sensitive commodity currency, even as solid U.S.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ strengthens as crude oil prices surge  Reuters
Canadian dollar and business outlook  Grainews
Blame the politicians, not Metrolinx, for UPX fiasco
In a city starved for transit, the biggest criticism of Toronto's airport train is that it isn't really transit - it's the sort of swish train the private sector would build.
Subsidizing empty trains  Toronto Star
Will Pearson-Union Express get derailed?  Mississauga
Most Canadians support regulated Uber: poll
An Angus Reid Institute online poll has found that most respondents don't support banning Uber, but would like to see the ride-hailing service regulated like much like the taxi industry.
Uber should be regulated like taxis, say Canadians in new poll  CBC.ca
Sharing economy poll shows positive Canadian perception of Uber  MobileSyrup.com