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TFSA limit change takes effect immediately, Ottawa clarifies
Canadians don't need to wait for the budget to be passed before taking advantage of the TFSA changes announced in it, officials at the Canada Revenue Agency and Finance Department said Friday.
Canada Revenue Agency clarifies timeline of new TFSA limit  The Globe and Mail
Politics could shrink TFSA contribution room
Brandon Sun  
Stingray Digital said to seek about $120M in IPO
Eric Boyko, right, and Mathieu Peloquin display the fire log TV signal feed in the offices of Stingray Digital in Montreal on Monday July 7, 2014.
Canadian media company Stingray unveils IPO plans  Reuters Canada
Stingray Files to Sell Shares in Canada IPO  Bloomberg
Softwood lumber deal likely to expire
Canada's lumber producers say they expect the softwood lumber agreement with the United States will be allowed to expire in October.
Canadian producers expect softwood lumber agreement will expire in October  Neepawa Press
West Fraser Timber's (WFTBF) CEO Ted Seraphim Discusses Q1 2015 Results ...  Seeking Alpha
TSX, Dow flat; Nasdaq surges on strong earnings from tech heavyweights
TORONTO -- Stock markets in Toronto and New York ended the week with relatively flat showings amid ongoing concerns over the strength of the U.S.
TSX, Dow flat; Nasdaq surges on strong earnings reports from tech heavyweights  680 News
North Vancouver mayor latest to express concern over oil-spill response
The mayor of North Vancouver says a fuel spill on English Bay could have been worse and he's concerned the pace of the response suggests the Canadian Coast Guard has a �significant lack of resources.
Cheshire Gets Gas Pipeline Answers From Kinder Morgan
Metro mayors give federal officials an earful over English Bay oil spill  Vancouver Sun
Budget changes to auto insurance of no real value to drivers: Consumer group
The auto insurance changes in the provincial budget will be of no real value to Ontario drivers, a national advocacy group for consumers says.
Drivers react to news of insurance discount for snow tires  CTV News
Ontario 'will remove excessive costs' from auto insurance with ...  Canadian Underwriter
TransCanada seeking approval for another cross-border pipeline
TransCanada Corp. is seeking approval for another cross-border pipeline even as its contentious Keystone XL project languishes in the U.S.
UPDATE 1-TransCanada seeks US permit on Upland line as Keystone waits  Reuters
TransCanada seeks US permit on Upland line as Keystone waits  Reuters Canada
Oil trains must slow down in urban areas under new emergency directive
Canada issues an emergency directive aimed at slowing crude oil trains traveling through urban areas to a maximum of 40 mph and requiring increased inspections and risk assessments along key routes used for transporting dangerous goods.
Trains hauling crude must slow down in urban areas under new emergency ...  Financial Post
Canada Regulators Order Oil-Carrying Trains To Slow Down  Law360 (subscription)
Union Station users in for 'a pleasant surprise' with York Concourse opening
A large passenger area at Toronto's Union Station is set to open Monday, capping a string of good-news transit announcements by the provincial government.
GO's new Union Station concourse makes for a more comfortable commute  Toronto Star
Renovated York Street concourse reopens at Union Station  MetroNews Canada
Re: The glaring imbalance in Metro Vancouver's transit plebiscite, Opinion, Web only, April 17. Charles Lammam and Josef Filipowicz's opinion piece misses the true �glaring imbalance� in transportation funding.
In Vancouver, developers' plans hinge on plebiscite results  The Globe and Mail