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The close: TSX pushes higher on financials, Couche-Tard
Canada's main stock index hit a one-week high on Monday, helped by strength in the financial sector and shares of Alimentation Couche-Tard.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX at one-week high as Couche-Tard, financials gain  Reuters
TSX at one-week high as Couche-Tard, financials gain  Reuters Canada
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More seniors, swamped by credit card debt, file for insolvency
Swamped by credit card debt, a growing number of seniors and those approaching retirement are filing for insolvency in Ontario, according to a new report released on Monday.
More seniors filing for insolvency, report says  Guelph Mercury
Seniors in Ontario make up 30% of bankruptcies: report  CBC.ca
Tesla battery could power big change in electricity use
Those in the Canadian electricity business are still trying to figure out what Tesla's bold battery announcement will mean for the industry.
Musk's SolarCity First in Line for Tesla Batteries  Daily Democrat
Tesla CEO plugs into new market with home battery system  messenger-inquirer
Demand for Metro Vancouver housing outpaces supply
Metro Vancouver's April real estate numbers point to a red-hot housing market that's having trouble keeping up with demand.
Vancouver house prices spike in once-ignored markets  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Supply not meeting demand in Vancouver's red-hot real-estate market  The Province
Lafarge and Holcim to Sell US, Canadian Assets to Clear Way for Merger
French cement giant Lafarge SA LG 0.99 % and Swiss rival Holcim Ltd. HOLN 0.00 % have agreed to sell several plants, terminals and a quarry in the U.S.
Holcim and Lafarge Will Sell Some Assets to Complete Deal  ABC News
Competition Bureau, with conditions, gives approval to Holcim/ Lafarge merger  Winnipeg Free Press
Fraser River port considers Panamax coal shipments
Fraser Surrey Docks is considering shipping coal directly from its planned transfer terminal on large ocean-going vessels rather than sending it by barge to Texada Island.
Fraser Surrey Docks seeks public input concerning coal-handling proposal  The Province
Surrey coal terminal to load to ships instead of barges  Peace Arch News
Of all provinces, Saskatchewan is Canada's king of the coolers
Once known as the home of devoted rye-sippers, it now appears Saskatchewan is Canada's king of the coolers. According to a Statistics Canada report on alcohol consumption released Monday, Saskatchewan spends more per capita on coolers every year ...
Sask. posts second-highest increase in alcohol sales last year  CTV News
Saskatchewan alcohol sales on the rise  Globalnews.ca
BMO sees fiscal growth for N.S.
Nova Scotia should come in ahead of the national average for economic growth this year for the first time since 2009, according to the Bank of Montreal.
More Positive News For Saskatchewan Economy From BMO  620 CKRM.com
Province to be a leader in economic growth: BMO  The Carillon
US factory orders boost North American markets; loonie closes higher
TORONTO - North American markets, which experienced a bit of a bumpy ride late last week, closed higher Monday amid news that U.S.
North American markets rise on back of strong U.S. factory orders  Financial Post
US factory orders boost North American markets  Medicine Hat News
BC pulls end-run on Anthracite coal project
Tahltan sign. This photo on www.sacredheadwaters.com makes it clear where the Tahltan stand on Fortune Minerals' plans to build a coal mine on Mount Klappan.
Photo: Contributed - canadianminingjournal.com  Castanet.net
Vaughn Palmer: Coal deal heralds future of resource development  Vancouver Sun