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A house of woes: How Home Capital went from market darling to the brink
As Home Capital Group Inc. was having its worst week ever, at least one person in the investment world was smiling. Marc Cohodes, a short seller who has been described as a “scourge of Wall Street” has for more than three years bet on the implosion of ...
Home Capital troubles may translate to higher interest rates for some borrowers  CTV News
Home Capital Group says another $290M pulled out of savings accounts
Bombardier faces lengthy legal battle with Boeing that could hurt CSeries sales
Bombardier faces a lengthy legal battle with Boeing after the aerospace giant filed a complaint with the U.S. government and the process could hurt sales of the new CSeries commercial jet, say trade experts and industry analysts.
Bombardier facing potentially lengthy probe following Boeing complaint: expert  Financial Post
Bombardier snared in US trade fight as Boeing takes aim at C Series aircraft  The Globe and Mail
Why it's time for a bank-stock checkup
They're massively profitable. They pay growing dividends. They have their fingers in lots of different pies: lending, insurance, investment banking, wealth management.
TSX bounces on broad rally led by gold miners and financials as Wall St ...  Financial Post
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  News1130
'We knew this was coming': Manitoba lumber company prepared for Canada-US ...
As Canada's lumber industry reacts to punishing duties imposed by the United States on softwood lumber exports this week, at least one Manitoba company says it started preparing months ago.
Explaining the endless softwood saga to our extraterrestrial neighbours  The Globe and Mail
These Parts Of Canada Will Take The Biggest Hit From Trump's Lumber Tariff  Huffington Post Canada
TTC buses back on roads after safety concern
All but six of the 153 articulated buses pulled from service amid a safety concern on Thursday night were back picking up commuters this morning.
TTC bendy buses back to full service for morning rush hour
Most articulated buses back in service, TTC says  CityNews
'A great mistake': Tory reacts to provincial budget
Mayor Tory says that by failing to match promised federal investments in housing and transit in Toronto, the provincial government has effectively “turned their backs” on the city.
Province shouldn't shortchange Toronto: Editorial  Toronto Star
Ontario budget doesn't do enough for Toronto: mayor
BC softwood lumber envoy distances himself from Christy Clark's threats
British Columbia's special envoy on the Canada-U.S. softwood lumber dispute is distancing himself from Premier Christy Clark's threats of trade retaliation.
Day 18 of campaign trail: Clark focusing on coal ban  CTV News
Clark says all Canadian players rejected bad Obama softwood deal  PLANT
There's Only One Thing Holding Up Canada's Economy Right Now
Federal and provincial governments have taken action to slow down the overheated housing markets around Toronto and Vancouver, but they may want to be careful not to overdo it.
Canadian economy hits pause button  Waterloo Record
Economic growth takes a 'breather' in February: StatsCan  Business in Vancouver
SaskTel not for sale, but potential for 'partnership': Duncan
The provincial government keeps changing its tune about what it plans to do with SaskTel. First, the Crown corporation was for sale, then wasn't.
SaskTel has studied potential impact of selling up to half of company
SaskTel minister confirms he's spoken with a communications company ...
OPP investigates possible bid-rigging on Toronto city contracts
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating possible bid-rigging by private firms for City of Toronto paving contracts, a racket that could be costing taxpayers millions each year.
OPP probing allegations of bid-rigging on city paving contracts  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News