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BC party leaders line up against new US softwood lumber duties
The long-standing softwood lumber trade war between Canada and the U.S. is heating up again, with Washington announcing its first batch of duties on imported wood in the neighbourhood of 20 per cent.
Some quotes on the Canada-US softwood lumber dispute  Times Colonist
Christy Clark promises to fight US-imposed softwood lumber tariffs  The Globe and Mail
Ottawa Citizen  
Ontario launches basic income pilot for 4000 in Hamilton, Thunder Bay, Lindsay
Participants in pilot, designed to test if a basic income is a better way to support people living in poverty than the current system, will be randomly chosen in project to begin as early as summer.
Lindsay among 3 basic income pilot projects to be launched by province  Peterborough Examiner
Premier Lays Out Plan for Fairness and Security in Uncertain Times  Government of Ontario News
Barrick Gold slashes Argentina mine output forecast after spill
Barrick Gold reported weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings on Monday and also slashed its forecast for output and hiked costs at its gold mine in Argentina, where cyanide solution spilled recently for the third time in 18 months.
Barrick shares hammered after slashing production guidance
Barrick Gold Corp reports first quarter profit, slashes Argentina mine ...  Financial Post
Sask. government turns back page on library cuts
The provincial government is turning back the page on its budget day cuts to Saskatchewan's libraries by restoring $4.8 million in funding.
Sask. government restores library funding  Regina Leader-Post
Sask. government reverses funding cut to libraries  CTV News
ABB and IBM Partner in Industrial Artificial Intelligence Solutions
HANOVER, Germany, April 25, 2017 /CNW/ -- ABB and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a strategic collaboration that brings together ABB's industry leading digital offering, ABB Ability™ , with IBM Watson Internet of Things cognitive capabilities to ...
ABB, IBM team up on industrial artificial intelligence  Reuters Canada
Home Capital says founder Gerald Soloway to leave board, CFO to change role
Home Capital Group Inc. said Monday that two people named in an Ontario Securities Commission action against the company will be moving out of their roles.
Home Capital benches two key players facing Ontario watchdog's allegations
Home Capital benches two key players facing OSC allegations  Toronto Star
Public hearing on Alldritt Tower proposal to continue Wednesday
The public hearing on a contentious 80-storey condo tower proposed for Jasper Avenue will continue on Wednesday. More than 50 people registered to speak at a public hearing at Edmonton city hall on Monday.
Almost set in stone: 80-storey tower debate to continue  MetroNews Canada
Edmonton delays final vote on 80-storey Alldritt Tower  Edmonton Journal
7500 LCBO workers across province hold strike vote
A province-wide strike vote for thousands of LCBO staff workers has begun and the union representing the workers says the province's "ill-advised plan" to sell alcohol in grocery stores is a key concern.
LCBO workers vote on possible strike action  680 News
The milk war: How a letter in Wisconsin set off a trade dispute between the US ...
Steve Lichty's family runs a dairy farm in Beaver Dam, Wis. that is at risk of closure due to a dispute over Canadian policy. Joanna Slater/The Globe and Mail.
Trump is just milking off -- Farmgate  Standard Freeholder
Revenge of the comment section: Can I get a loan for a brick of cheese?
City to look at Riverside Minor Baseball proposal
Future plans for re-development of St. Rose Park in Riverside have been put on hold -- for now. The city was looking at re-zoning and developing the former arena lands off Wyandotte Street East for a mixture of residential and commercial space.
Miracle Field plan delays development proposal for old Riverside Arena site