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Manulife stands to benefit from foreign ownership relaxation in China: CEO
If China relaxes foreign ownership limits on financial firms as anticipated, Manulife Financial Corp. is keen to take controlling stakes in operations there, said Don Guloien, chief executive of the Toronto-based insurer, which already has joint ...
Manulife says its banking unit was penalized for 'administrative lapses'  Waterloo Record
Manulife revealed as bank fined $1.15M for violating anti-money laundering ...  CBC.ca
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A belief in the 'resurgence' of the physical market: Sunrise Records to take ...
Canadian Press/Paul Chiasson Sunrise Records will begin to open stores this spring after HMV liquidates and removes its signs. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
Not clear if HMV stores in region will become Sunrise Records  CBC.ca
Sunrise Records to Take Over 70 HMV Locations  Exclaim!
The close: TSX continues decline as bank, gold shares fall
Canada's main stock index posted its lowest close in three weeks on Monday, falling for the fourth straight day as gold stocks declined sharply, while the heavyweight financial services group also lost ground.
TSX pulls back for a fourth session, all eyes on Trump speech Tuesday  News1130
TSX down again after big losses on Friday  Toronto Star
BC announces plan to hike minimum wage
FILE PHOTO: The minimum wage in British Columbia will rise by 50 cents to $11.35 an hour in mid-September. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward.
BC's minimum wage to reach $11.35 per hour in September  Business in Vancouver
BC's minimum wage will go up to $11.35 an hour in September  Terrace Standard
Bell Media names Randy Lennox as new president
MONTREAL - Bell Media has named Randy Lennox as its president following the departure of Mary Ann Turcke for a new opportunity with the NFL.
Bell Media head leaves for job at NFL  The Globe and Mail
Bell announces executive leadership changes at Bell Media  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Ottawa to slash fines of up to 276% on US drywall to help Fort McMurray homeowners
Amber Bracken/The Canadian PressFinance Minister Bill Morneau announces changes to the drywall anti-dumping duties in response to scarcity and exceptional price increases for drywall in Fort McMurray, Alta.
Ottawa to reimburse drywall tariffs for Fort McMurray fire victims rebuilding  CBC.ca
Claims in Action  Canadian Underwriter
Wolseley caf´┐Ż owner waves white -- plastic -- flag in grease-trap battle
A cyclist reads the notice taped to the window of The Neighbourhood Cafe outlining the reason it is closed in August. The cafe reopened in December after city hall granted an exemption to the grease trap requirement -- but only on condition that all ...
Restaurateur who refused to install grease trap loses fight  CBC.ca
Wolseley bookstore doesn't need grease trap, but must use plastic plates ...  MetroNews Canada
NDP Leader Horwath says she can cut hydro bills up to 30 per cent
NDP plan would allow consumers to opt out of time-of-use pricing and ask the federal government to scrap its HST on electricity bills.
NDP proposes plan to cut hydro rates by up to 30%  CBC.ca
Toronto Star's View: A welcome mea culpa on soaring hydro prices  OurWindsor.ca
No more Relish: Fredericton loses 2 popular burger joints
It was a place of Fredericton pride, with hand-pressed burgers and real cheese, and servers calling your name when the order was ready.
UPDATE: Halifax now has Canada's last Relish Gourmet Burgers  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Fredericton Burger Fans Saddened by Relish Closing  Huddle Today
Even as economy improves, Tory MPs say Alberta needs tax break from Ottawa
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel speaks at a press conference at Laser Equation in Calgary on Feb. 27, 2017. Lyle Aspinall / Postmedia Network.
Kevin Libin: The revenge of Canada's climate deplorables could lead to ...  Financial Post
Plug provincial debt with PST, rein in spending: Alberta Party  Edmonton Sun