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Bombardier Inc vows to stick to budget as larger CSeries lifts off for first time
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan RemiorzThe Bombardier CS300 makes it's maiden test flight in Mirabel, Que., on Friday. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
Bombardier CS300 Aircraft Successfully Completes Maiden Flight  MarketWatch
Canada`s Bombardier launches its biggest jetliner yet  Zee News
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Montrealer with 100 fraud-related convictions arrested yet again
TORONTO -- A Montreal man with scores of convictions for fraud and other related offences will be in court next month to face two charges following an investigation by the Joint Serious Offences Team of the Ontario Securities Commission.
'Notorious' Montreal man facing fresh OSC charges after seven-year ...  Financial Post
Canada regulator bars ex-media mogul Conrad Black from executive roles  Reuters
US economic data weighs on TSX
The Toronto stock market pulled back slightly Friday amid soft U.S. economic data and despite rising resource and financial stocks.
TSX steady as miners, banks edge higher  Reuters Canada
The close: TSX steady as miners, banks rise slightly  The Globe and Mail
Canadian beef restricted by China over mad cow case
China has joined Taiwan, Korea, Peru and Belarus in restricting imports of Canadian beef products because of concern over a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) found in Alberta.
China bans Canadian beef in wake of Alberta mad cow case  Edmonton Journal
China imposes trade restrictions on Canadian beef  Reuters Canada
SFU students' drone ambitions take flight
SURREY - When it comes to designing a flying robot capable of surveying situations and locations from an aerial perspective, things can understandably get a little costly.
SFU students use 3D printing to lower cost of flying drone  Vancouver Sun (blog)
Students' web-enabled drone could enhance security systems  Simon Fraser University News
ICBC may withhold licence for outstanding court fines, student loans in default
The provincial government has proposed legislation to expand ICBC's ability to refuse driver's licences to those in debt. The insurance company is already able to withhold licences from people who owe money, such as toll fees, but the new bill - if passed ...
Failing to pay student loans could cost you your licence in BC  The Province
Student leader slams Mike de Jong's ´┐Żlack of big-picture thinking´┐Ż on ... (blog)
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ nudges higher, but all eyes on Bank of Canada
(Updates with fresh comment, details, closing figures) * Canadian dollar at C$1.2496 or 80.03 U.S. cents * Bond prices mixed across the maturity curve By Solarina Ho TORONTO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar eked out a modest gain against its U.S.
Loonie closes higher amid disappointing US economic data  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canadian dollar advances amid rising oil, soft American economic data  Winnipeg Free Press
Fewer take advantage of RRSP benefits
The latest numbers from the polls showed fewer Canadians took advantage of this tax-advantaged investment program and this should worry all of us.
Reforming Retirement (1): How the TFSA turned into Godzilla  The Globe and Mail
That mortgage on your back? Relax. Here's why  Financial Post
Canada December budget surplus rises on GM share transfer
OTTAWA Feb 27 (Reuters) - The Canadian government posted a budgetary surplus of C$2.43 billion ($1.94 billion) in December, nearly double the result of a year earlier, mostly because of a transfer of General Motors GM.
Ottawa posts $2.4B surplus for December compared with $1.2B surplus a year ago  Brandon Sun
Ottawa nears balanced books with $2.4-billion surplus in December  The Globe and Mail
Halliburton closing Regina office
At the end of March Halliburton will be suspending operations at its Regina facility. The company spokesperson, Emily Mir, said in a statement that the company is reducing its size due to the current market environment.
Halliburton closing Regina location  620