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A game of contagion: Competitive central banking
TOKYO - Call it beggar-thy-neighbour central banking. Interest rates around the world are coming down. The monetary authorities of emerging nations as well as those of countries that export a lot of natural resources are doing a lot of the pulling.
Will the Bank of Canada cut rates again? Markets to focus on announcement  CTV News
Poloz may be standing firm on rates, but will that last?  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Medical marijuana industry shifts gears to woo scarce investors
New businesses trying to get into medical marijuana production are having a tough time financing their ventures. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor.
Photo: Contributed - Canada Winter Games
Medical marijuana ventures tougher to finance after initial rush  CityNews
First Nations to study viability of Ring of Fire road
The Canadian government is helping study whether a road to the Ring of Fire mineral belt in northern Ontario is viable. The $785,000 government-funded study to be carried out by First Nations groups is a tiny step toward the possible development of the Ring ...
Ottawa, Queen's Park fund Ring of Fire road study
Feds, Ontario jointly invest in Ring of Fire
PDAC 2015: Optimism clashes with reality on day one of conference
Kevin Van Paassen for National PostMembers of the minerals industry crowd the trade show floor during the PDAC conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario Sunday March 1.
Mining industry, hungry for deals and cash, meets in Toronto  Reuters Canada
PDAC: The Show is On!  InvestorIntel
Munger Praising Jain, Abel Stokes Buffett Successor Speculation
Warren Buffett, chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., tours the exhibition floor prior to the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
Berkshire insurance 'superstar' could fill Buffett's shoes  Reuters Canada
Buffett's utilities chief could keep the lights on at Berkshire  Reuters
$4.9B to be invested in Quebec roads, says Transport Minister Robert Po�ti
Quebec's transport minister, Robert Po�ti, announced Sunday that $4.9 billion will be invested in Quebec road projects between 2015 and 2017.
Quebec roads and infrastructure get nearly $5 billion for repairs and new ...  CJAD
Quebec announces $4.9 billion in roadworks projects  Montreal Gazette
Green thumbs get seedy at fundraiser for Cornwall's Agape Centre
Vendor and presenter Dan Brisebois chats with Heather Megill (left) and Louise Lanctot, at the first "Seedy Sunday'' held in Cornwall, at the Agape Centre on Sun.
'Seedy Sunday' roots itself in Cornwall  Seaway News
Successful sixth Seedy Saturday held in Horsham  West Sussex County Times
Toronto furniture charity hit by theft again
A charity that delivers furniture to needy GTA residents has been the victim of theft for the third time in three years. Furniture Bank's security cameras showed people stealing the catalytic converters off some of the charity's trucks on Friday evening.
Toronto charity says truck fleet immobilized after thefts  680 News
PEI fuel prices all jump, except for propane
Gas prices went up across the Island Sunday. The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission approved an increase in the price of gas by four cents per litre.
Fuel prices rise again  Journal Pioneer
PEI fuel prices continue climb  The Guardian Charlottetown
Community key as United Way passes $9 million goal
United Way CEO Andrew Lockie and fundraising campaign chair, London Police chief Brad Duncan are joined courtside at the Budweiser Gardens by a group of dedicated United Way volunteers to officially unveil this year's campaign total on Feb. 28.
Free Press Staff  London Free Press
United Way Surpasses $9M Fundraising Goal For 2014 Campaign  Am980 London News