Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Canadian markets news

Prince Albert moves to emergency planning as oil-spill boom breached
The city of Prince Albert, Sask., activated its emergency operations centre on Saturday afternoon to put together a contingency plan after noting that a boom set up to contain an oil spill upstream on the North Saskatchewan River had been breached.
Prince Albert, Sask., prepares backup water supply as oil spill approaches  The Globe and Mail
PA prepares for incoming oil still moving past Battlefords  News Talk 650 CKOM  
Canadian ministers vow to develop new agricultural policy framework at Calgary ...
After two days of meetings in Calgary, Canada's agriculture ministers have pledged to develop a new agricultural policy framework, with the current one set to expire in 2018.
Government will listen to farmers as it drafts climate policy: Ag Minister  Calgary Herald
Policy deal reached by agriculture ministers will extend until 2018  CKNW News Talk 980
Hunters forbidden from using drones
Hunters will have to leave their drones at home, under new rules announced Friday by Steve Thomson, B.C.'s Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
BC makes using drones illegal for hunters  KelownaNow (press release) (registration)
BC government bans drone-assisted hunting
Use the Canada Child Benefit to boost an RESP
With the beefed up Canada Child Benefit cheques being mailed out this week, it's an opportune time for families to consider investing some of that extra money in RESPs for their kids.
Elgin-Middlesex-London MP Karen Vecchio critical of tax-free Canada Child ...  St. Thomas Times-Journal
Here's Hoping New Canada Child Benefit Will Boost RESPs  Huffington Post Canada
NewLeaf Travel is back, but can it fly this time?
After an aborted takeoff, the ultra-low-cost company says it's ready to go. But it faces plenty of competition in the Canadian skies.
NewLeaf Travel To Fly With Lawsuits Clinging To Its Wheels  Huffington Post Canada
Ups and downs of the airline industry  Winnipeg Free Press
16.8% of honeybee colonies lost over winter, survey finds
Canadian beekeepers report that they lost about 17 per cent of their colonies over the winter - which actually represents the third-lowest figure since tracking began.
A few clouds  London Free Press
Report shows improvement in Ontario honeybee colony winter survival rates
Silt accidentally released into Nova Scotia lake during construction
According to the municipality, silt from the new McQuarrie Bridge construction zone in Fall River was accidentally released from a filtration tank into the lake Friday afternoon.
Sediment leaks into Fall River water supply during bridge repair
McQuarrie Bridge work halted by mud spill in lake
Rogers pinning cable turnaround hopes on Internet protocol TV
Rogers Communications Inc. is hoping that a long-awaited launch of its new television platform late this year will help to spur a “turnaround” in its cable TV business.
Analysts boost Rogers Communications Inc. price targets after positive results  Financial Post
Blue Jays, Sportsnet boost Rogers' bottom line  Toronto Star
Census 2016 completion rate at 98 per cent, early results suggest
A Statistics Canada 2016 Census sits on the key board of a computer after arriving in the mail at a home in Ottawa in a May 2, 2016.
Statistics Canada to test texting as one way to stop major information ...  Toronto Star
BoC 'firmly on hold' as inflation rate holds steady, retail sales rise  The Globe and Mail
Winnipeg, a city addicted to fogging
For a couple of hours on Friday, the City of Winnipeg was like a junkie who just found out his stash got stolen and there's no way to get another fix.
UPDATE: Old Malathion could make its way back to Winnipeg air