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Osisko Sale Spurring CEO Roosen to Next Gold Challenge
Sean Roosen, who turned a small explorer into the operator of one of Canada's largest gold mines, says he's ready to do it again after agreeing to sell Osisko Mining Corp.
Osisko agrees to friendly takeover from miners Yamana and Agnico  The Globe and Mail
Yamana Gold Announces Commitments for a Two Year US$750M Term Facility  Wall Street Journal
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Bank of Canada monetary policy decision: The 4 key takeaways
The Bank of Canada held its benchmark rate steady Wednesday, and kept its 'neutral' stance on future moves in an as-expected policy statement that had the market, if not economists, stifling yawns.
Weaker Canadian Dollar Fails to Lift Exports So Far  Wall Street Journal
Loonie ends lower as Bank of Canada leaves rates unchanged  The Globe and Mail
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CTA issues harmonized baggage rules for international flights
OTTAWA -- The Canadian Transportation Agency says that starting in the fall, passengers on international flights through Canada will be subjected to just one set of rules governing baggage allotments and fees even if they use a number of carriers.
New interline baggage rules for international flights to and from Canada
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New home, condo sales rebound from 2013 slump
New home and high-rise condo sales have rebounded from last year's dramatic slump and exceeded 10-year averages for sales in the first quarter of the year, says research firm RealNet Canada.
Toronto condo sales soar despite concerns of a crash  The Globe and Mail
Record March Drives Toronto Condominium Sales Up 68% in Quarter  Businessweek
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Canadian real estate and housing boom may be ending, Scotiabank warns
Boom times are over for Canada's housing sector and the impact of �a more subdued trajectory� will be felt everywhere from construction and home renovation sites to retail stores, a Scotiabank Economics report predicts.
Housing market to see slower growth � report
Costly housing has more Canadians turning to renovations  The Province
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Open Streets critics say proposal to close 11 km of Bloor to traffic is too long and ...
A stretch of Bloor Street could be closed to vehicle traffic for one or more Sunday mornings this summer and turned over to cyclists and pedestrians.
Bloor Street shutdown plan to be revised  The Globe and Mail
Bloor St. closure is in hands of city staff  Toronto Sun
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Tree cutting changes opposed RAW
Vancouver approved a bylaw change Wednesday that will restrict tree cutting on private property in order protect the city's healthy, mature urban canopy.
Vancouver residents no longer allowed to cut down trees  Vancouver Sun
Vancouver bans chopping mature trees on private property  MetroNews Canada
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Despite 19% Revenue Growth, Google Q1 Earnings Disappoint Investors
Hurt once again by falling ad prices on smartphones and tablets, Google Google disappointed investors with first-quarter earnings that came in slightly under expectations.
Google Sales Miss Highlights Mobile Transition Challenge  Bloomberg
Google earnings disappoint; analysts ask how much can it continue to grow  Economic Times
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Canadians spending more out of pocket on health care
Canadians' out-of-pocket spending for prescription drugs, dental care and insurance premiums rose over a 12-year period for all families, especially people with lower incomes who may have reduced their use of health-care services, a new report suggests.
Out-of-pocket health costs rising  Ottawa Citizen
Out-of-pocket health costs rising: Statistics Canada  News1130
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Monthly natural gas price fluctuations could be more than expected, analysis ...
OTTAWA - The unrelenting cold this winter has left Enbridge Gas Distribution with a $655.5-million tab it now needs to recoup from consumers.
Hydro rates to jump on May 1  Toronto Star
Hydro rates going up May 1  CANOE
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