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Retirees can save money by trimming RRIFs and RRSPs, adding to TFSAs
Portfolio Strategy presents a case study on how seniors can put a higher contribution limit for tax-free savings accounts to work.
In praise of TFSAs  Toronto Sun
A world with TFSAs vs without: Guess which one can help a middle-class ...  Financial Post  
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
Stingray Files to Sell Shares in Canada IPO  Bloomberg
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
West Fraser Timber's (WFTBF) CEO Ted Seraphim Discusses Q1 2015 Results ...  Seeking Alpha
Canada Pension Plan to vote against Barrick method of compensating executive
TORONTO - How Barrick Gold Corp. pays its top executives is facing opposition from some of Canada's biggest investment managers, including the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, ahead of the gold miner's annual meeting next week.
Canada Pension Plan To Vote Against Barrick Gold's Executive Pay Plan  Huffington Post Canada
Canada's CPPIB to Vote Against Barrick Gold Executive Pay Approach  Wall Street Journal
At the close: Nasdaq, S&P 500 climb to record highs
Stock markets in Toronto and New York ended the week relatively flat amid concerns over the strength of the U.S. economic recovery despite impressive headline numbers on growth in the American durable goods sector.
How the Dow Jones Industrial Average Fared Friday  New York Times
Ottawa should stop EDC's support of foreign auto firms, union says
The federal government should prohibit Export Development Canada from lending money to support auto investments outside Canada as the federal agency did with a �400-million ($526-million) loan to Volkswagen AG, says the union that represents tens of ...
Unifor denounces $526M loan for Volkswagen 'match-making' process
Ontario to lead Canada's export growth in 2015: EDC  Canadian Plastics
Collapse of Comcast cable deal may chasten Wall Street, for a while
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Comcast Corp's failed bid to buy Time Warner Cable Inc is the latest muscle flex by U.S. antitrust enforcers and will likely deter chief executives from pursuing aggressive transactions as a way to spend excess cash.
Biggest US Players in the Cable Game  New York Times
How Comcast, Time Warner Cable deal unraveled  USA TODAY
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
Don Valley Parkway to close for weekend maintenance
The Don Valley Parkway is closed this weekend for annual spring maintenance, the most significant traffic note in what's shaping up to be a busy weekend for road closures.
DVP off limits due to maintenance work  Toronto Sun
Colourful Khalsa Day celebrations in Toronto take over the city. (2013 file ...  Toronto Star
Budget changes to auto insurance of no real value to drivers: Consumer group
The auto insurance changes in the provincial budget will be of no real value to Ontario drivers, a national advocacy group for consumers says.
Drivers react to news of insurance discount for snow tires  CTV News
Ontario 'will remove excessive costs' from auto insurance with ...  Canadian Underwriter