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Bell to pay $11.82 million for unwanted premium text messaging charges
Bell will pay $11.82 million in rebates after the Competition Bureau's premium text messaging investigation. (Richard Lautens / Toronto Star) | Order this photo.
Bell customers to receive up to $11.82 million as part of Competition Bureau ...  Montreal Gazette
Bell to pay $12M in rebates after Competition Bureau's text messaging ...  Ottawa Citizen (subscription)  
Being hooked on debt has long-term consequences
Hooked on debt. It's an apt description for the rising debt-to-income levels currently seen in Canada and a new survey by Manulife Bank highlights there's a high price to our debt dependency—a cost that goes far beyond the low interest rates you see ...
Oil's rebound sends it to $50: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
Rising housing costs leave Canadians without retirement funds  The Insurance and Investment Journal (press release) (registration) (blog)
Entry-level homeowners face 'buyer's gridlock' when upgrading in Toronto ...
Home buyers trying to move up from their entry-level dwellings face a form of gridlock in the red hot markets of Toronto and Vancouver that risk confining them to condos, TD Bank says.
Toronto and Vancouver suffering 'buyer gridlock' as even existing ...  Financial Post
Why trading up in Canada's hottest housing markets is harder than it ...
The close: TSX finishes higher, secures third weekly gain
North American stocks climbed on Friday amid growing confidence that the U.S. economy is strengthening enough to handle higher borrowing costs as early as this summer.
TSX, Dow weigh potential Fed hike  Toronto Star
Financial and energy shares help push TSX higher  Reuters Canada
Toronto's Trump Tower for sale
'There are no vultures flying around,' says a developer's lawyer, denying a loan default and confirming interest from a buyer.
Brand battle looms for Toronto Trump Tower  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Trump tower in Canada close to sale, future of name in question  Reuters Canada
Passengers stranded by cable ferry off Denman Island
Ferry frustrations are mounting on Denman Island, in the wake of a breakdown that left a ferry filled with passengers stranded in the middle of Baynes Sound Friday.
Buckley Bay cable ferry back in service after stranding 25 passengers  Times Colonist
BC Ferries having issues with new cable boat  News1130
Province puts $13.5M towards Calgary's Low Income Transit Pass
The provincial government made a big investment Friday to make life easier for low-income Calgarians who use transit. Calgary's Low Income Transit Pass is part of Calgary's Fair Entry program, which subsidizes five programs and services available to ...
Province kicks in $13.5 M to support low income Calgarians  CTV News
Cost of NDP carbon levy could offset $13.5M commitment to Calgary's low ...  Calgary Herald
Kathleen Wynne insists Ontario will not phase out use of natural gas for home ...
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says the province will not ban the use of natural gas for home heating as part of its climate change action plan.
Natural gas won't be banned - ministry  The Sudbury Star
Alberta and Ontario teaming up on climate change initiatives
Strike forces Science Centre, Clock Tower Beach close indefinitely
Sitting on the steps of the Montreal Science Centre, with a defeated look on his face, Bhavi Mehta was scanning a map of tourist attractions Friday, contemplating the next move for his family.
Old Port strike shuts Science Centre, Clock Tower Beach
Labour relations at the Old Port of Montr´┐Żal Corporation inc.: still deadlocked  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Body recovered from lake
An OPP Search and Recovery unit diver enters Lake Ontario to investigate a fatality after a vehicle was driven into Lake Ontario in Amherstview, Ont.
Body of 35-year-old man pulled from Lake...
SIU called to investigate car in Lake Ontario  Quinte News