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CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends lower on growth worries, Yemen violence
TORONTO, March 26 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index ended lower on Thursday in a broad but shallow retreat fueled by a more cautious take on regional growth prospects, with Saudi airstrikes in Yemen also weighing on sentiment.
TSX closes in the red as conflict in Yemen offsets higher commodity prices  Winnipeg Free Press
Canadian Stocks Fall as Air Canada, Bank Shares Tumble  Bloomberg
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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ firms on higher oil, Bank of Canada speech
... * Canadian dollar at C$1.2471, or 80.19 U.S. cents * Poloz speech less dovish than some had expected * Bond prices lower across the maturity curve (Adds market reaction to air strikes, comment; updates to close) By Andrea Hopkins TORONTO, March 26 ...
The bumpy road back to a 'normal' economy
Poloz's 'fingers crossed' on outlook  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Caisse seeks minority stake in Cirque du Soleil
The Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec is vying for a minority stake in the Cirque du Soleil as political opposition mounts over the prospect of a foreign takeover of the famed Montreal circus company.
Cirque du Soleil needs to stay in Montreal, Philippe Couillard says
Cirque du Soleil sale rumours spur calls to keep control in Quebec  Toronto Star
Oil and gas health risks low in northeast BC, report finds
A long-awaited study into the health risks associated with the oil and gas industry in northeast British Columbia has concluded there is a low probability of adverse effects from exposure to contaminants.
Study on health effects of oil and gas activity finds risks 'low'  Vancouver Sun
B.C. oil and gas industry is low risk to human health: report  MetroNews Canada
What to watch for in BlackBerry's quarterly numbers
BlackBerry's turnaround strategy is set to come under scrutiny Friday as the Waterloo, Ont.,-based smartphone maker releases its fourth quarter results.
BlackBerry Earnings Preview: Software Revenue Key BBRY AAPL IBM  Investor's Business Daily
What to expect from BlackBerry's earnings Friday  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Arts will be featured in project at Guvernment nightclub site
A $700-million plan in the works for a mixed-use condo and commercial project at the site of the former Guvernment nightclub will also feature a strong arts and cultural component, the developer said Thursday.
Toronto waterfront redevelopment plans focus on the arts
Groundbreaking Plans Unveiled for Daniels Waterfront - City of the Arts at ...  Digital Journal
Get your coverage of Alberta Budget 2015
Alberta Finance Minister Robin Campbell tries on a new pair of moccasins during a pre-budget photo opportunity in Edmonton Alta, on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
Alberta budget to include more taxes, reveals $5-billion deficit over next year  The Globe and Mail
Edmonton student leaders frightened of possible tuition hikes as government ...  MetroNews Canada
Lululemon Redefines the ABCs With Anatomy-Friendly Pants for Men
(Bloomberg) -- In Lululemon Athletica Inc.'s quest to get more guys to buy its clothing, the company is focusing on a very specific area of men's comfort.
Lululemon Q4 revenue rises 16 per cent  Waterloo Record
Sales surge, international expansion plans send Lululemon stock soaring  Business in Vancouver
Is TD Bank's new chief executive Bharat Masrani notching up the bank's risk ...
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris YoungBharat Masrani, president and CEO of TD Bank, attends TD's annual meeting in Toronto on Thursday, March 26, 2015.
TD Bank facing tough economy, technology upstarts  Toronto Star
TD chief plays down concerns over Canada's housing market  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
$150M Spadina subway plan gets OK from TTC
The $150-million plan to finish the TTC's Spadina subway extension received the approval from transit commissioners Thursday. After several hours of debate, the commission voted 9-2 in favour of CEO Andy Byford's plan to spend $150 million more on the ...
No subway Tuesday? No problem for area businesses  The Toronto Observer
TTC signals it has learned from troubled Spadina subway  MetroNews Canada