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Stingray Digital said to seek about $120M in IPO
Eric Boyko, right, and Mathieu Peloquin display the fire log TV signal feed in the offices of Stingray Digital in Montreal on Monday July 7, 2014.
Canadian media company Stingray unveils IPO plans  Reuters Canada
Stingray Files to Sell Shares in Canada IPO  Bloomberg
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Canadian producers worried softwood lumber deal will expire in October
Canada's lumber producers fear the softwood lumber agreement with the United States will be allowed to expire in October, ending nine years of stability.
Softwood lumber deal likely to expire  TheChronicleHerald.ca
West Fraser Timber's (WFTBF) CEO Ted Seraphim Discusses Q1 2015 Results ...  Seeking Alpha
A world with TFSAs vs without: Guess which one can help a middle-class couple ...
Will the tax-free savings account's expansion only help the rich? That seems to be the popular belief, but the middle class may in fact be the biggest beneficiaries of all.
Your (challenging) TFSA questions answered, in light of the federal budget  The Globe and Mail
National News: Canadians can immediately take advantage of the proposed ...  NorthumberlandView.ca
Oil shock will hurt but will be short lived, Poloz says
The negative impact that cheap oil has had will be intense but short-lived, as Canada's economy is set to rebound through the spring and summer, the head of Canada's central bank says.
UPDATE 1-Oil price shock soon to be positive overall for Canada -Poloz  Reuters
Poloz Says Canada Oil-Shock Effects to Turn Positive in 2nd Half  Bloomberg
Union condemns federal agency for lending Volkswagen $526 million to expand ...
TORONTO - Canada's largest private sector union is condemning a federal agency for lending roughly $526 million to Volkswagen to expand its operations in the U.S.
Union condemns Crown agency for lending Volkswagen $526 million  Times Colonist
Union Station users in for 'a pleasant surprise' with York Concourse opening
A large passenger area at Toronto's Union Station is set to open Monday, capping a string of good-news transit announcements by the provincial government.
GO's new Union Station concourse makes for a more comfortable commute  Toronto Star
Weekend Newsstand: April 25, 2015  Torontoist
TransCanada seeking approval for another cross-border pipeline
TransCanada Corp. is seeking approval for another cross-border pipeline even as its contentious Keystone XL project languishes in the U.S.
UPDATE 1-TransCanada seeks US permit on Upland line as Keystone waits  Reuters
TransCanada seeks US permit on Upland line as Keystone waits  Reuters Canada
Vancouver-area mayors grill National Energy Board, Coast Guard on oil spills
VANCOUVER - Vancouver-area mayors grilled federal officials in charge of pipeline regulation and oil-spill cleanup on Friday, with one saying the Canadian Coast Guard is "vastly underfunded.
NEB CEO Paul Watson heckled by Kinder Morgan pipeline protesters  CBC.ca
Proposed Palmetto Pipeline draws little support  Statesboro Herald
North Vancouver mayor latest to express concern over oil-spill response
The mayor of North Vancouver says a fuel spill on English Bay could have been worse and he's concerned the pace of the response suggests the Canadian Coast Guard has a �significant lack of resources.
Metro mayors give federal officials an earful over English Bay oil spill  Vancouver Sun
Mayors blast oil spill response, NEB pipeline review  BCLocalNews
New speed limit won't affect trains passing through Windsor
New government imposed speed limits on trains will have little, if any, affect on trains that rumble through Windsor. Transport Minister Lisa Raitt said trains carrying dangerous goods through urban areas with a population of 100,000 or more must now stay ...
Trains hauling crude must slow down in urban areas under new emergency ...  Financial Post
Federal government imposes urban speed limit on freight trains  Westerly News