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Canada unprepared for next tech wave: study
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Deloitte study says few Canadian businesses ready for next wave of tech change
Burger King and Tim Hortons Post Best Sales Figures in Years
Restaurant Brands International said on Monday its Burger King and Tim Hortons chains posted their strongest same-store sales performance in several years in the first quarter.
Burger King posts best sales gain in almost a decade � Details  Canada News
Tim Hortons sees boost in same-store sales  Waterloo Record
UPDATE 3-Canada's TORC Oil & Gas to buy Surge Energy assets for C$430 mln
(Confirms Surge sold the assets to TORC, updates share prices). By Nia Williams. April 27 (Reuters) - Canadian intermediate producer TORC Oil & Gas Ltd is buying light oil assets from Surge Energy Inc in the Canadian Bakken region of southeast ...
CPPIB still keen on Saskatchewan investments  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Surge sells oil assets for $430M to pay debt, fund exploration  Calgary Herald
US Stocks cool ahead of Fed, pound skids on disappointing GDP
LONDON (Reuters) - World shares shuffled away from all-time highs on Tuesday as surging Chinese stocks took a breather and investors began to retreat to the sidelines ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting.
Europe shares lower; earnings mixed; Fed meeting eyed  CNBC
UPDATE 2-With eye on debt, Barrick to sell stake in Zaldivar copper mine
(Updates to focus on Zaldivar stake sale). April 27 (Reuters) - Barrick Gold Corp said on Monday it has started the process to sell a stake in its Zaldivar copper mine in Chile as the world's biggest gold miner works to meet an ambitious debt reduction target of ...
Say on pay: investors to speak up at Barrick Gold shareholder meeting
Barrick Earnings Disappoint With Output Lower Than Expected  Bloomberg
Rebar reboot? Tribunal holds inquiry into imposed tariffs hurting B.C. builders
VICTORIA - Canada's cemented position on rebar imports, the steel rods used by the construction industry to add strength to buildings, will be tested publicly this summer after complaints of rising costs by a British Columbia construction association.
Cracks form in rebar trade dispute, inquiry called  Stockhouse
A tale of two LRTs: Ontario recommits to Finch West, admits Sheppard East on hold
The long-promised light rail line on Sheppard is being pushed into the distant future, the province admitted Monday. If built, it is unlikely now to open before late next decade.
Work to begin in 2016 on Finch West LRT, but Toronto's mayor vows new ...  National Post
Sheppard East LRT slips farther into the future  Newstalk 1010
Half of Ontarians less likely to vote Liberal if Hydro One sold, survey suggests
Half of Ontarians polled in a new survey say that the selling off of Hydro One will make them less likely to vote for the governing Liberals in the next election.
Hydro One sale plan not good for taxpayers  Hamilton Spectator
NDP campaigns to stop $4B Hydro One sale
Don Cayo: Ottawa's bureaucracy really has gone nuts with its tax-rule writing
If you're scrambling - or if you've finished scrambling, or even if you're still just thinking about starting to scramble - to get your income tax filed by the Thursday deadline, here's something you may want to know.
Income tax regs balloon  Toronto Sun
Complex income tax system costing Canadians: study
Vancouver considers online registry to keep track of empty homes
Vancouver is considering a plan to solve one of its thorniest public mysteries: How many houses and condos in the city are being left empty.
Vancouver looks to gather data on vacant homes  Vancouver Sun
Empty homes activist calls for penalties  Vancouver Courier