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Canada Goose to open its first retail stores in Toronto and NYC
Iconic Canadian brand Canada Goose, known for its popular luxury outerwear, said Thursday it plans to open its first retail stores this autumn.
Canada Goose to open Toronto, New York retail stores this fall  Toronto Sun
Canada Goose opening retail stores as it expands strategy  bnn.ca
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Edmonton gets $6.2M transit-pass assistance
Do you care who wins the Conservative nomination for the Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner byelection? Yes; No. View Results. Loading ... Follow Medicine Hat News on Twitter @MedicineHatNews Latest Tweet. By Gillian Slade on May 27, 2016. Transit riders ...
Province contributes $6.2M to Edmonton low income transit pass  CBC.ca
Discounted transit passes for low income riders  630ched.com
Power restored in downtown Saskatoon
Much of downtown Saskatoon was left in the dark Thursday. The city says power was knocked out just before noon on several downtown blocks after road crews hit an underground network.
Power outage in downtown Saskatoon  CBC.ca
Power outage forces downtown Saskatoon businesses to close early  Globalnews.ca
Kathleen Wynne says Ontario won't phase out natural gas for home heating
Premier Kathleen Wynne says Ontario won't ban the use of natural gas for home heating as part of its climate change action plan.
Wynne steps back from plan to phase out natural gas in Ontario  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Wynne lowballs cap-and-trade cost  Toronto Sun
Seeding progress takes a leap forward, rainfall seen mixed
Saskatchewan Agriculture - Great strides were made this past week, as 81 per cent of the crop is now seeded, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly Crop Report.
Warm and dry weather allows for more seeding in Saskatchewan  Globalnews.ca
Saskatchewan seeding nearing final stages  Western Producer (subscription)
Canadians won't see price tag for navy frigate replacement until 2019
Canadians will not know the price tag for the navy's frigate replacements - the largest, most complex military purchase in the country's history - until the ink is dry on the contract, Procurement Minister Judy Foote said Thursday.
Minister supports openness about shipbuilding program, but dodges questions  National Post
Liberals beef up shipbuilding strategy staff  Macleans.ca
Saskatoon receives $30M injection for southeast interchange
One of Saskatoon's priority infrastructure projects received a $30 million injection thanks to the provincial and federal governments.
Saskatoon gets boost from federal government, province for $45M Boychuk ...  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Interchange Coming for Boychuk Drive and Highway 16  Saskatoonhomepage.ca
MPI posts more than $30M operating loss
Manitoba Public Insurance had a corporate net loss of $31.3 million last year after claiming financial strength last summer. MPI confirmed the losses for the year ending Feb. 29.
MPI posts $31M loss due to plunging investments  Brandon Sun
MPI nets $31-M loss  Winnipeg Sun
Fresh fruit, vegetables are now available at three stations thanks to Toronto ...
Councillor James Pasternak (left) and TTC Chairman and Councillor Josh Colle helped officially launch new pop-up food markets called Grab Some Good at subway stations across the city.
Grab Some Good pop-up food markets come to TTC stations  CBC.ca
Canada's biggest banks braced for more oil losses
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's biggest banks warned on Thursday of further losses from oil loans in coming quarters as energy companies struggled to repay loans, even as growth in wealth management and retail banking helped the banks report ...
Canadian banks report spikes in provisions and impaired loans as oilpatch ...  Financial Post
CIBC hikes dividend as profit rises, but bad oil loans climb  The Globe and Mail (subscription)