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Asian shares slip, dollar firm after Yellen's hike remarks
Asian shares slipped on Monday while the dollar marked fresh highs after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen suggested that an interest rate hike could be around the corner.
Fed reaction to data barrage is focus for stocks  Reuters Canada
Morning News Call - India, May 30  Reuters
Winnipeg Free Press  
Bell to pay $12M in rebates after Competition Bureau's text messaging ...
OTTAWA - Bell will pay $11.82 million to current and past customers after a Competition Bureau investigation into the telecom's premium text messaging charges.
Bell to pay $11.82 million for unwanted premium text messaging charges  Toronto Star
Bell to rebate customers $11.8 million for unwanted premium text charges  Canada News
Members of CBRM youth council get 'different view'
SYDNEY - Being a part of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality's youth council has given young people a rare opportunity to offer their perspective, Veronica Toomey says.
Boil water advisory lifted in Glace Bay area  CTV News
Glace Bay boil order lifted  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Rogers Place tour shows downtown Edmonton arena readying for September debut
The last time Rogers Place opened its doors to the public, fans braved frigid January temperatures for a look inside the new downtown arena.
Media invited into Rogers Place on Sunday  AM900 CHML
Rogers Place architects being sued by city, Edmonton Arena Corp.  Globalnews.ca
Montreal bike sharing service Bixi begins free Sunday trials
The company says it is looking to expand its already impressive reach in the city. “We're hoping the special one day offer will really encourage those who haven't had a chance to try the service to do so,” said spokesperson B�reng�re Th�riault, who ...
It's the last Sunday of the month and you can use Bixi for free  CBC.ca
'Free Bixi Sundays' begin in Montreal  Montreal Gazette
South African firefighters arrive eager to help fight Fort McMurray wildfire
The first thing the 281 South African firefighters did when they touched down in Edmonton was sing. They sang soldier songs - songs of South Africa - while the large crowd gathered there to welcome them cheered.
'We are ready for it': South African firefighters land in Edmonton ...  Globalnews.ca
Insure what's in your safe deposit box – they are not invincible from ...  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Future of potash is solid despite low prices
Saskatchewan potash firms are investing billions in upgrades to existing sites, while several new major mining operations are also taking shape.
Is Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. the Right Pick for Investors?  The Motley Fool Canada
Ruling stocks in today's market: Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc ...  The News Journal
Alberta government tables legislation for climate leadership
Shannon Phillips (Alberta Minister Responsible for the Climate Change Office) on the roof of the Federal Building in Edmonton on May 24, 2016.
Alberta continues to lead the way on climate  Toronto Star
Alta. NDP's eco-extremism will have very little impact on emissions  Edmonton Sun
Protesters undeterred by start of Site C dam construction
On the Peace River - Mark Meiers doesn't shy from conflict. The hard-nosed, square-jawed Fort St. John area ranch owner points his six-metre-long jet boat towards a series of shoreline signs he's never seen before, just upstream of B.C.
Lawsuit still 'hanging over' former Site C protest campers  Times Colonist
Rotation nation: Pressured from above and below, larger craft brewers seek out ...
Store shelves have become a colorful menagerie of six-pack cartons as an increasing number of craft beer producers target Michigan consumers.
Local craft breweries get a boost  Chilliwack Progress
Craft breweries to get tax break this summer  Business in Vancouver