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Low gas price keeps inflation rate low
OTTAWA - Higher prices for everything from food to electricity last month were offset in part by cheaper gasoline as the inflation rate ticked slightly higher in March.
Sask. inflation rate comes in at 1.4% in March  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Core inflation rate surges on impact of weaker loonie  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
CANADA STOCKS-TSX declines as bank weakness offsets energy gains
(Adds fund manager's comment, details and updates prices). * Index down 26.22 points, or 0.17 percent, at 15,360.55. * Seven of 10 main index sectors lower.
TSX ends lower as bank, consumer shares decline  Reuters Canada
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The future of super ships
When the 366-metre-long container ship MV COSCO Fortune docked at Port of Prince Rupert's Fairview Terminal last July, it dwarfed almost everything else in the harbour and offered west coast ports a glimpse of the future.
First Nations contractors protest the hiring of out of town workers for ...  Prince Rupert Northern View
Viewing Area at Prince Rupert's Fairview Container Terminal is Being Closed  CJFW
Clothier Benetton to pay $1.1 million to survivors of Bangladeshi factory collapse
Nearly two years after the Rana Plaza garment factory collapse in Bangladesh killed more than 1,000 workers, Italian clothier Benetton announced Friday it would contribute more than $1 million to a fund for survivors.
Cdn unions call out clothing companies for allegedly shortchanging factory ...  Toronto Sun
Benetton pays $1.1 million into fund for Rana Plaza disaster victims  Economic Times
Adios, Corolla & Poloz stands pat: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
One of the biggest news stories this week was word on Wednesday that Toyota would be moving its Corolla production from plants in Ontario to a new one in Mexico.
Toyota Shifts Production To Mexico From Canada  Windsor Square
Toyota to set up shop in nonetheless a further country  Standard Bulletin
CN locomotive engineers ratify new labor agreement
The three-year agreement retroactive to Jan. 1, 2015, provides wage increases and benefit improvements to approximately 1,800 locomotive engineers.
Earnings of $0.68 Expected for Canadian National Railway Company (NYSE ...  The Markets Daily
CN to invest $500 million to improve rail safety in Western Canada  Progressive Rail Roading
Leona Aglukkaq says letter to provinces on emissions targets wasn't an attack
The federal environment minister says her letter to the provinces last week about their climate change efforts should have come as no surprise, and was not intended to point fingers.
Ontario's cap-and-trade deal a good first step  Waterloo Record
Cap and trade an opportunity for Alberta  The Globe and Mail
Allen closed for weekend as transit tunnelling machines moved
A section of Allen Road will remain closed over the weekend, starting Friday night, while crews relocate two tunnel boring machines that have been working on a massive transit project.
Road closures will make driving tough in Toronto this weekend  Toronto Star
Allen Road first of 3 major planned weekend road closures  CTV News
Barrick board choices opposed
Barrick Gold executive vice-president Kelvin Dushnisky, left, listens to chairman John Thornton. Barrick is under. Photograph by: Erika Santelices, AFP, Getty Images , Bloomberg.
Barrick Gold Corp board's re-election opposed by Ontario pension fund  Financial Post
Barrick Gold Board Re-Election Opposed by Pension Funds  Bloomberg
It's time to 'double' your TFSA knowledge
When Finance Minister Joe Oliver tables the federal budget on Tuesday, he's expected to double the annual contribution limit - currently $5,500 - for tax-free savings accounts.
A budget for the wealthy  Toronto Star
Many ways to view doubling of TFSA limit  Brandon Sun