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The close: TSX rises, pares weekly loss as gold jumps
Canadian stocks rose on Friday, paring the first weekly loss in a month, as gold producers jumped after the U.S. added the fewest jobs in seven months and Canada unexpectedly lost jobs due to cutbacks linked to the struggling energy industry.
TSX, New York markets post gains despite poor economic news  Montreal Gazette
TSX Hikes, Pares Weekly Losses
Toronto Star  
Canada loses 2100 jobs in April: StatsCan
OTTAWA -- The overall Canadian labour market was stuck in neutral last month as a solid employment gain in the services sector was wiped out by job losses in the goods-producing industry, especially manufacturing.
Alberta's labour woes continue while national job market holds steady  Montreal Gazette
Job market slowdown, rising wages may fit Fed's playbook  Reuters Canada
Proponents behind Northern Gateway ask for three-year extension
The proponents behind the Northern Gateway pipeline are asking the National Energy Board for three more years to start building the controversial project.
Northern Gateway and Aboriginal Equity Partners File Request for Extension ...  Digital Journal
Enbridge seeks Northern Gateway extension
Most MPs endorse Comox coast guard station shutdown: Report
OTTAWA - A House of Commons committee gave its conditional nod of approval Friday to the federal government's planned closure next week of a communications station in Comox.
Liberals on fisheries committee turn their backs on BC coastal communities  Ottawa Citizen
Radio outage raises concerns for marine safety  Comox Valley Echo
Man dead after workplace incident at Russel Metals in Winnipeg
A 59-year-old Winnipeg man is dead after a workplace-related incident at his job at Russel Metals. Emergency crews rushed to the scene Thursday afternoon.
Worker at Russel Metals dies after on-the-job injury  CTV News
Worker killed at Winnipeg metal plant  Winnipeg Free Press
Can oil sands catch fire? No, if they could they would have burned centuries ago
Surging fires have already claimed swaths of Fort McMurray, and by mid-week they began to advance on the region's oil operations.
In times of crisis, Canada truly comes together – like one big small town  The Globe and Mail
Athabasca Oil evacuates Hangingstone project as fire nears
Pembina Pipeline Corporation Declares May 2016 Common Share Dividend
CALGARY, May 5, 2016 /CNW/ - Pembina Pipeline Corporation ("Pembina" or the "Company") (TSX: PPL; NYSE: PBA) announced today that its Board of Directors declared a common share cash dividend for May 2016 of $0.16 per share to be paid, subject to ...
Pembina Pipeline Corp.'s Q1 Earnings Are Out: What Should You Do Now?  The Motley Fool Canada
Pembina Pipeline's (PBA) CEO Michael Dilger on Q1 2016 Results ...  Seeking Alpha
Yaletown Farmers Market moving to Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza due to lawsuit
The Yaletown Farmers Market is operating right now in Yaletown, but will move on June 2 to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza due to an ongoing lawsuit.
Yaletown Farmers Market forced out of area after local businesses launch ...  CKNW News Talk 980
HEADS UP | 'Vancouver Farmers Markets' To Leave Yaletown For QE ...  Scout Magazine (blog)
Canadian lumber producers reject rumoured US calls for return to quotas
MONTREAL -- Canadian forestry company executives are eager for a new softwood lumber agreement but say they are not interest in a rumoured U.S.
Premier rallies for new US softwood lumber trade deal  News1130
Forestry cooperation between Russia and China will change significantly in ...  Lesprom Network
Oil pain mounts as second Canadian bank gives early warning of higher credit ...
Canadian PressNational Bank followed Canadian Western in the rare step of pre-announcing new provisions for losses due to low energy prices.
National Bank expects oilpatch loan provisions will take bite out of Q2 profit  CTV News
New Analyst Ratings On National Bank Of Canada (NTIOF)  Risers & Fallers