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China cuts bank reserves requirement to stimulate economy
The People's Bank of China announced Sunday a 1 percent cut in the country's commercial bank reserve requirement, a measure whereby the Asian giant intends to inject liquidity to stimulate the national economy after last week new signs of a slowdown ...
China's Central Bank Kicks It Up a Notch  Wall Street Journal
China's central bank cuts reserve ratio  The Guardian
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Adios, Corolla & Poloz stands pat: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
One of the biggest news stories this week was word on Wednesday that Toyota would be moving its Corolla production from plants in Ontario to a new one in Mexico.
Toyota to add plants in Mexico, China  Arkansas Online
Toyota to spend $1 billion on new factory in Mexico  Rapid City Journal
Liquor boards all about 'control'
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne explains the changes on new beer rules and the selling of part of the hydro system on April 16, 2015.
Ontario to allow beer sales at up to 450 grocery stores  Buffalo News
Libertate Ontario Craft Brewers � Green Party of Ontario  Net Newsledger
Allen Road closed this weekend
Dennis and Lea, the tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that have been tunnelling the western segment of the Eglinton(LRT) Crosstown's underground section, will be lifted out of the extraction shaft located west of Allen Road, and moved to the launch shaft ...
It's not boring: 100s turn out to watch massive tunnel-diggers move  CTV News
City coordinated Allen Rd. closure to minimize impact on drivers: Tory  Toronto Sun
Experts weigh in on the best ways for Alberta to address climate change
The setting sun reflects off a tailings pond behind Syncrude's oilsands upgrading facility north of Fort McMurray in June 2013.
Putting a Price on Carbon: A Tough, But Necessary, Nut to Crack  EarthTechling
Citizens need a clear view of carbon taxes  Hamilton Spectator
Saudi firm invests in Canadian joint venture
Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company (SALIC) and Bunge, a leading global agribusiness and food company, have formed a Canadian joint venture, investing C$250 million (around SR750 million) in Canadian wheat and barley marketing ...
Gerry Ritz on Canadian Wheat Board deal  The Battlefords News-Optimist
MP seeks emergency debate on CWB sale  Winnipeg Free Press
Beaches re-opening, birds recovering after English Bay oil spill
Sunday's release of three birds affected by the oil spill in English Bay is another positive step in the recovery of the ocean environment around Vancouver.
Wild birds affected by fuel spill to be set free at Jericho Beach  CKNW News Talk 980
Most Vancouver beaches have now been re-opened following the fuel spill  News1130
Denison says job is to transform Hydro One into a growth company with public ...
Mark Blinch/Reuters filesDavid Denison has been named the new chair of Hydro One. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
No wonder Hydro One customers are cynical  www.ottawacommunitynews.com/
LTE: Hydro One sale will make utility better performer  Cornwall Newswatch
Shrinking airline seats and the voyage of the crammed
In search of greater revenues, airlines are once again testing their passengers' tolerance for discomfort. A week's worth of headlines show a declining respect for the economy flyer and the risks of where that could lead - more cases of air rage, religious ...
Shrinking airline seats and the voyage of the crammed | Toronto Star  Standard Bulletin
Barrick board choices opposed
Barrick Gold executive vice-president Kelvin Dushnisky, left, listens to chairman John Thornton. Barrick is under. Photograph by: Erika Santelices, AFP, Getty Images , Bloomberg.
Morningstar Gives BBB- Credit Rating to Barrick Gold (ABX)  Dakota Financial News
Barrick Gold Board Re-Election Opposed by Pension Funds  Bloomberg