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TSX set to open higher
(Reuters) - Stock futures pointed to a higher opening for Canada's main stock index on Wednesday, with June futures on the S&P TSX index SXFc1 up 0.51 percent at 7.15 a.m.
The close: TSX steady as Teck decline offsets banks' rise  The Globe and Mail
Smaller is better on the TSX  Financial Post
Winnipeg Free Press  
RBC expects $23M loss on sale of Suriname unit to Republic Bank
TORONTO -- Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY) is selling its subsidiary in Suriname as part of a more focused approach to the Caribbean region.
RBC to sell Suriname unit, expects $23-million loss  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
RBC - Royal Bank of Canada: RBC to sell its Suriname banking operations  The Wall Street Transcript
Canada's gross domestic product fell 0.1 per cent in January
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Canada's 0.1% GDP decline in January smaller than expected  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canada's economy not as 'atrocious' as feared � does that mean ...  Financial Post
Former Bombardier CEO's pay cut 14% after missing targets
Bombardier Inc. executive chairman Pierre Beaudoin saw his total compensation fall 14 per cent last year as the company froze the base salaries of non-unionized staff and he failed to meet certain performance targets.
Business Watch: News Digest  Wall Street Journal
Former Bombardier CEO's pay cut 12 percent after missed targets  Reuters Canada
Nikkei drops after weak business sentiment data
Japanese share market closed down on the first day of the Japanese new financial year, Wednesday, 01 April 2015, as profit booking continued on second straight day after release of worse-than-expected Bank of Japan's tankan survey of business sentiment ...
FOREX -Dollar dips, market struggles for direction before US jobs data  Reuters
Japan Bulls Rest Hopes for Abenomics on Yen Weakening Beyond 130  Bloomberg
Tim Hortons brews up new premium Three Peaks blend, its latest volley in coffee ...
Handout/Tim HortonsThe new Three Peaks Colombian coffee will be available for eight weeks in five central and eastern Canadian test markets: Abitibi, Que.
Tim Hortons adds another coffee flavour in five Canadian test markets  Alaska Highway News
Tim Hortons launching new coffee flavour today  Hamilton Spectator
Evraz to build $200M mill in Regina
Conrad Winkler, Evraz North America president and CEO, announced Tuesday a $200-million pipe mill at its Regina facility that will create 40 new full-time jobs.
Premier Brad Wall praises steel company's decision to expand in Regina  680 News
Evraz pumps $200 million into Regina steel mill, 40 new jobs created | Video  Regina Leader-Post
Andreas Lubitz: first picture of Germanwings co-pilot's father emerge
The first picture of the distraught father of rogue pilot Andreas Lubitz has emerged a week after he ploughed his Germanwings Airbus into the French Alps, killing himself and 149 others on board.
UPDATE 1-Lufthansa CEO ignores barrage of questions on pilot's depression  Reuters
'We are very, very sorry for the losses that have occurred'  BBC News
Chip Wilson plans giant dock project at Point Grey but the joke's on irate ...
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson, who has gotten into trouble in the past for upsetting neighbours over his massive home projects and criticizing plus-size women for wearing yoga pants, is now flashing people with his giant dock.
Chip Wilson plans 8000 sq ft dock at Vancouver home in April Fool's joke
Duncan scores Earth Hour best
The City of Duncan topped the list of Cowichan municipal energy savers during Saturday's Earth Hour, but across the board energy savings were down significantly from previous years.
Earth Hour savings decrease in Tri-Cities  Coquitlam Now
Fewer turned off the lights this year for Earth Hour  Delta-Optimist