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At midday: TSX falls amid growth concerns
Canada's main stock index fell on Wednesday as U.S. and Canadian data added to concerns about the growth outlook and a wildfire reduced production in the country's oil sands region.
Loonie plunges again, bringing two-day decline to 2.1 cents; stock markets fall  Vancouver Sun
Loonie plunges for 2nd day; stock markets fall  Hamilton Spectator
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Canadian trade returns to earth 'with a thud' as deficit hits new $3.4B record
OTTAWA - The country's trade deficit expanded in March to reach its widest gap on record amid a slowdown in exports to the United States, Statistics Canada said Wednesday.
US trade deficit shrinks as goods imports hit five-year low  The Globe and Mail
Canadian trade deficit grows to record $3.4 billion in March as exports fall ...  Financial Post
Torstar loss soars to $53.5 million as revenue falls, expenses rise
TORONTO -- Torstar Corp.'s first-quarter loss soared to $53.5 million as the company recorded extra expenses related to its transition towards more digital media and revenue fell at its traditional newspaper businesses.
Torstar books Q1 loss on a number of unusual items
Torstar's (TORSF) CEO David Holland on Q1 2016 Results - Earnings Call ...  Seeking Alpha
Loblaw chief sees grocery prices declining
The operator of Canada's largest grocery and pharmacy business had $193 million of net income for the quarter, up $47 million or 32.2 per cent from a year earlier.
Canadian Grocer Loblaw Raises Dividend, Posts Stronger Profit  Wall Street Journal
Shopify forecasts bigger loss, shares fall
Canada's Shopify Inc , a maker of software that helps retailers set up and manage online stores, forecast a bigger operating loss for the year, due to higher compensation expenses.
Sales soar at Shopify, Ottawa e-commerce firm hikes revenue forecast for 2016  Ottawa Citizen
Shopify Announces First-Quarter 2016 Financial Results  Cantech Letter
Exclusive: Earls reverses decision on Canadian beef
Earls, the restaurant chain that announced last week that its move to Certified Humane meat meant it would no longer source beef from Canadian farmers, has reversed its position, calling the original decision “a mistake.
Earls pledges to work with Alberta ranchers; corporate chef "regretful ...  Edmonton Journal
Earls reverses decision on US-only beef  Alaska Highway News
Electric vehicle charging stations coming to Essex this summer
Four electric vehicle charging stations will be installed in the Town of Essex. The town received a $252,820 grant through the Electric Vehicle Chargers Ontario program.
Essex to install 4 electric vehicle charging stations
Wellington County receives provincial funding to build electric vehicle ...  570 News
Longueuil police seek man impersonating Canada Revenue Agency officer
The Longueuil police are asking for the public's help to find a man who is calling citizens and saying he is an officer with the Canada Revenue Agency.
Fake Revenue Canada agents target Longueuil residents  CTV News
Police blotter: traffic, CRA scams  Belleville Intelligencer
Winnipeg waste diversion target difficult to meet, Mayor Brian Bowman admits
Winnipeg likely won't meet its target of diverting 50 per cent of its waste from landfill by 2020, Mayor Brian Bowman admits. Bowman was pessimistic about meeting that target as the city begins the process of asking waste management companies for ...
Marion Street widening, rapid transit among priorities for Liberals cash: Bowman  MetroNews Canada
New cabinet ministers bode well for municipalities  Winnipeg Free Press
Hundreds of thousands of property tax bills mailed out
Winnipeggers can expect their property tax bills to land in their mailboxes in the next few days. The City of Winnipeg mailed out around 226,000 property tax bill packages on Thursday.
Property tax bills being mailed out  Winnipeg Sun
Winnipeggers can soon expect to receive property tax bill in mail