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Weaker Canadian Dollar Fails to Lift Exports So Far
OTTAWA--Canadian exports aren't getting the expected lift from a recent weakening of the Canadian dollar, confounding the Canadian central bank's hopes for a recovery driven by exports and business investment.
Loonie ends lower as Bank of Canada leaves rates unchanged  The Globe and Mail
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ hits one-weak low after Bank of Canada comments  Reuters
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Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange
Osisko Mining Corp. (TSX:OSK). Miner. Up 51 cents, or 6.86 per cent, to $7.94 on 38.9 million shares. The gold miner has accepted a friendly takeover bid by Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI) and Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd.
TAKEOVER: Price for Osisko jumps to $3.9B in new 3-way deal  Canadian Mining Journal
Resources Heavy TSX Boosted By China Numbers; Takeover Saga Involving ...  NASDAQ
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End of housing boom will be costly, Scotiabank warns
The outsized gains that Canada's economy has enjoyed on the back of the housing market can't continue as a real estate slowdown may already be underway, one of Canada's big banks warned Wednesday.
Canadian real estate and housing boom may be ending, Scotiabank warns  Toronto Star
Costly housing has more Canadians turning to renovations  Financial Post
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Canada Goose retailer soars to new UK office
A certain Canada Goose has taken flight and migrated east for spring. The iconic winter clothing company officially opened a new office in London on Wednesday, its first in the UK.
Canada Goose opens first UK sales office  Drapers
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Closing Bell: TSX rises, commodities up as Google Inc earnings disappoint
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market registered a strong advance Wednesday amid signs that economic growth in China held up better than expected in the first quarter.
TSX jumps on Fed comments, China data  Reuters Canada
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends higher on Fed comments, China data  Reuters
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Alberta issues rules on associated gas venting by heavy oil producers
The Alberta Energy Regulator has issued a new directive for venting of associated gas by heavy oil producers in the province's Peace River area, an agency spokesman said Wednesday.
Think-tank lauds Alberta energy watchdog's new emissions rules  Canadian Manufacturing
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Hydro rates to jump on May 1
The price of electricity in Ontario is set to jump on May 1, with the steepest increase coming for power used during peak periods.
Electricity rates going up in Ontario May 1  CBC.ca
Ontario hydro rates going up May 1  680 News
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No tampering at malfunctioning rail crossings, Ottawa police say
Ottawa police say they found no evidence of mischief at seven west-end rail crossings, including one that's come under fire from politicians and residents for the number of times it's malfunctioned.
No evidence of sabotage of Via signals, Ottawa police say  Ottawa Citizen
Police: Rail signal malfunctions not caused by tampering/mischief  580 CFRA Radio
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Power restored after massive Toronto blackout
There is no word yet about what may have caused Tuesday night's massive blackout that plunged much of Toronto's west end into darkness, leaving thousands without power just as the weather made a sharp drop into sub-zero temperatures.
Toronto power outage caused by two power lines connecting  Toronto Star
IN PHOTOS: Toronto goes dark in massive power outage  CityNews
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Canadians spending more out of pocket on health care
Canadians' out-of-pocket spending for prescription drugs, dental care and insurance premiums rose over a 12-year period for all families, especially people with lower incomes who may have reduced their use of health-care services, a new report suggests.
Out-of-pocket health costs rising  Windsor Star
Out-of-pocket health costs rising; low-income homes face biggest pinch  mysask.com
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