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125 of 153 TTC buses removed from service now back on the road
The buses were pulled Thursday due to an instance of “unexpected acceleration” during routine maintenance. On Thursday, the TTC pulled from service 153 articulated buses like this one, citing safety concerns.
TTC bendy buses back to full service for morning rush hour  CBC.ca
TTC puts articulated buses back in service after 'unexpected ...  Globalnews.ca
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Home Capital Group director Keohane resigns after fund backs $2 billion loan
The head of an Ontario pension plan has stepped down as a director of Home Capital Group Inc. after his fund agreed to provide a $2 billion loan to help offset a run on deposits at the struggling Canadian mortgage lender.
Home Capital rebounds as it firms up line of credit, looks at possible sale  The Globe and Mail
Home Capital Provides Update on Deposit Withdrawals  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Duelling drug plans set stage for pharmacare election in Ontario
Pharmacare is poised to become an election issue in Ontario, with Premier Kathleen Wynne promising free prescription drugs for children and young adults in Thursday's budget, and the NDP rolling out its own version earlier this week,.
Ontario bets strong economy will keep budget balanced  The Globe and Mail
BC New Democrat leader heads to Vancouver Island for today's campaign  570 News
Boeing seeks anti-dumping probe over Bombardier's C Series
Boeing Co on Thursday asked the U.S. Commerce Department to investigate alleged subsidies and unfair pricing for Canadian planemaker Bombardier's new CSeries airplane, adding to growing trade tensions between the United States and Canada.
Bombardier rejects Boeing claim CSeries was dumped into the US at below cost  CTV News
Statement on the petition by Boeing Aerospace Corporation  Ottawa Citizen
These Parts Of Canada Will Take The Biggest Hit From Trump's Lumber Tariff
Both Canada's natural resources minister, Jim Carr, and Canada's largest private-sector union, Unifor, are warning of possible job losses from the tariffs on softwood lumber that U.S.
Editorial: B.C. must fight softwood duties  Times Colonist
Keep internal politics out of softwood lumber dispute  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Thomson Reuters' first-quarter sales, profit top expectations
Thomson Reuters Corp. on Friday reported higher first-quarter revenue and reaffirmed its full-year sales outlook. The news and information company reported first-quarter net earnings of $314-million or 41 cents per share, up from $272-million or 34 ...
Thomson Reuters Reports First-Quarter 2017 Results  Stockhouse
Oilsands Canadianization has aligned interests, says Suncor Energy CEO Steve ...
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntoshSuncor Energy Inc. president and CEO Steve Williams waits to address the company's annual meeting in Calgary.
Yedlin: Suncor focused on positive outcomes of challenging year  Calgary Herald
Suncor eyes more oil sands deals but is in no rush  The Globe and Mail
Christy Clark's call for thermal-coal export ban in BC a 'game-changer ...
Liberal Leader Christy Clark's call to ban U.S. thermal-coal exports through B.C. ports has made her, suddenly, an unlikely ally of environmentalists.
Jim Pattison, owner of Guinness-Records and one of Canada's richest men ...  Financial Post
Clark calls on Ottawa to ban coal exports after softwood lumber duties  PLANT
Uranium producer Cameco posts loss vs. year-ago profit
(Reuters) - Cameco Corp (CCO.TO: Quote) CCJ.N, the world's second-biggest uranium producer, posted a quarterly loss, partly hurt by weak prices and the termination of a contract by Tokyo Electric Power Co.
Cameco reports first quarter results  Stockhouse
Embattled Alberta agriculture agency to get new leadership [Video]
The Alberta Crown corporation that saw its board sacked and senior leadership suspended has a new board. The Agriculture Finance Services Corporation (AFSC) landed in hot water last June after an investigation by the province's internal auditor ...
Alberta puts new leaders in place at controversial farm-aid agency  Calgary Herald
Legislation to re-empower ag commissions  South Peace News