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A game of contagion: Competitive central banking
TOKYO - Call it beggar-thy-neighbour central banking. Interest rates around the world are coming down. The monetary authorities of emerging nations as well as those of countries that export a lot of natural resources are doing a lot of the pulling.
Will the Bank of Canada cut rates again? Markets to focus on announcement  CTV News
Poloz may be standing firm on rates, but will that last?  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Standard Chartered cuts 2015 Brent price forecast by $9
Standard Chartered Bank cut its oil price forecast for 2015, mainly on the price undershoot in the first quarter and expectations of a slightly more cautious policy stance by Saudi Arabia.
Oil falls 1 percent on weak China outlook, higher Libya production  Yahoo Finance UK
Medical marijuana industry shifts gears to woo scarce investors
New businesses trying to get into medical marijuana production are having a tough time financing their ventures. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor.
Medical marijuana industry competes for scarce investment dollars  Montreal Gazette
Photo: Contributed - Canada Winter Games  Castanet.net
Vancouver Mayors' Council study says Yes vote will save money
A vote for the new transit tax will save the average family about $360 a year in 15 years once faster commutes and cheaper bills for costs such as gas and car maintenance are factored into the equation, according to a new study released by the council of ...
Transit plan will save you money, say Yes side mayors  Vancouver Sun
Yes and no side of Transit Referendum back in the ring  CKNW News Talk 980
Ottawa, Queen's Park fund Ring of Fire road study
Four Aboriginal communities in the vicinity of the Ring of Fire in the James Bay lowlands received more than $732,000 from the federal and provincial governments to conduct a Regional Community Service Corridor study.
First Nations to study viability of Ring of Fire road  The Globe and Mail
Roads from riches in Ring of Fire  Timmins Press
Ecuador to Participate in Mining-Prospecting Fair in Canada
01 de marzo de 2015, 12:46Quito, Mar 1 (Prensa Latina) Ecuador is participating today in the annual fair organized by the of Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC 2015), considered the most important event in the world of the mining ...
Mining industry, hungry for deals and cash, meets in Toronto  Reuters Canada
PDAC: The Show is On!  InvestorIntel
$4.9B to be invested in Quebec roads, says Transport Minister Robert Po�ti
Quebec's transport minister, Robert Po�ti, announced Sunday that $4.9 billion will be invested in Quebec road projects between 2015 and 2017.
Quebec roads and infrastructure get nearly $5 billion for repairs and new ...  CJAD
Quebec announces $4.9 billion in roadworks projects  Montreal Gazette
Feds appoint new watchdog for mining sector
TORONTO - The Conservative government has named its new corporate social responsibility counsellor for the mining sector. It says the watchdog will have a more pro-active approach for dealing with complaints involving Canadian companies.
Ottawa appoints first mining counsellor in more than a year  The Globe and Mail
PEI fuel prices all jump, except for propane
Gas prices went up across the Island Sunday. The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission approved an increase in the price of gas by four cents per litre.
Fuel prices rise again  Journal Pioneer
PEI fuel prices continue climb  The Guardian Charlottetown
Frozen Pipes Still a Problem in Owen Sound
Owen Sound Mayor Ian Boddy says it's still a problem in the City and people are still losing their water because they are not running a tap all day.
Owen Sound renews call to run water  Owen Sound Sun Times
Owen Sound Mayor Asks Residents To Keep Tap Running  BlackburnNews.com