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'Importance of the company': Wynne urges patience over Bombardier streetcar ...
THUNDER BAY - The premier recognizes the frustration of Toronto politicians over Bombardier streetcar delays but is urging them to remain patient.
Bombardier addresses streetcar delays  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Bombardier Inc CEO says he'll do 'whatever is required' to fix ...  Financial Post
TSX hits six-month high led by gold miners
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index rose to a six-month high on Friday as mining stocks surged on higher gold and base metal prices, while shares of its largest airline jumped after quarterly results were reported.
Canadian advisors remain bullish on equities heading into Q2  Montreal Gazette
The 2nd-Best TSX Stock to Buy at Over $100  The Motley Fool Canada
TSX closes higher, loonie touches 80� US
The Canadian dollar briefly touched the 80-cent US mark Friday morning before retreating, capping a remarkable rebound for the currency thanks to strengthening commodity prices and weakness in the greenback.
The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Canadian dollar flirts with 80-cent mark  The Globe and Mail
Canada's economy sees first decline since September
Canada's economy slipped in February, as weaker demand for exported goods and a slowdown in oil and gas drilling handed the country's gross domestic product its first setback in five months.
Canadian economy contracts in February: StatsCan  CTV News
Canada's economic growth slips, ending four months of gains  Financial Post
Three Vancouver outlets that are offering up healthy fast food
On Tuesday, the proudly Canadian chain of upscale eateries announced it has stopped serving Alberta beef in its 59 Canadian restaurants.
What Earls dropping Alberta beef says about Alberta  CBC.ca
Notley defends Alberta beef, urges quick introduction of certification  Calgary Herald
TransLink revenue up as fare gates force riders to pay
With the gates closed, fare evaders are being forced to pay to ride. Mark Yuen/Vancouver Sun / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print. Metro Vancouver - TransLink says revenue has jumped by about seven per cent since fare gates went fully into operation.
7 per cent revenue increase after fare gates closed: TransLink CEO  Globalnews.ca
Letter: TransLink's turnstiles won't stop fare evaders  Vancouver Courier
Nova Scotia to hire 2 more lawyers to prosecute online child exploitation
Nova Scotia will hire two more Crown attorneys to focus on prosecuting online child exploitation cases. The government added $192,000 to the Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Services budget to add two lawyers to its existing pool of four at the Internet ...
A market with looming potential  NG News
Gas prices up this week across the province  Cape Breton Post
Air Canada to launch seasonal Vancouver-Delhi flight
Air Canada has introduced non-stop flights from Vancouver to Delhi, beginning October 20, 2016, in time for Diwali festivities. The seasonal, three-times weekly flights complement Air Canada's Toronto-Delhi non-stop service.
Risks of medical tourism as non-stop flights to Delhi are soon launched  News1130
Carry on: Air Canada's India links, LATAM rebranding and more  The National Business Review
Revenue at uranium miner Cameco falls more than 25 per cent
SASKATOON -- Cameco Corp. says it earned a profit in its latest quarter compared with a loss a year ago as revenue fell more than 25 per cent.
Cameco to conduct staffing review at corporate HQ  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Top uranium producer Cameco posts surprise loss  MINING.com
Funding approved for car-charging ports
Jagdish Kang, owner and operator of Jag's Petro-Canada Fuel and Convenience, applied for a grant through Ontario's Green Investment Fund and has been approved for $130,000 to install two charging ports.
Ontario Building More Electric Vehicle Charging Stations  Exchange Morning Post (press release)
Analysis on global electric vehicle charging services consumption 2016 ...  WhaTech