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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
Montreal Streaming Music Service Stingray Prepares For IPO  Cantech Letter
Oil shock will hurt but will be short lived, Poloz says
The negative impact that cheap oil has had will be intense but short-lived, as Canada's economy is set to rebound through the spring and summer, the head of Canada's central bank says.
UPDATE 1-Oil price shock soon to be positive overall for Canada -Poloz  Reuters
Poloz Says Canada Oil-Shock Effects to Turn Positive in 2nd Half  Bloomberg
Don Valley Parkway to close for weekend maintenance
The Don Valley Parkway is closed this weekend for annual spring maintenance, the most significant traffic note in what's shaping up to be a busy weekend for road closures.
Colourful Khalsa Day celebrations in Toronto take over the city. (2013 file ...  Toronto Star
Road closures, Khalsa parade make downtown commute tricky this weekend  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
AMT will be dismantled, replaced with new governance structure
Transport Minister Robert Poeti said he wants to get rid of the Metropolitan Transit Agency, or AMT, and replace it with a new integrated governance structure.
AMT to be dismantled, merged with other commuter agencies
Quebec to abolish AMT, replace it with two new organizations  Montreal Gazette
Abercrombie & Fitch dials back the sex
Overpowering scent, dark lighting and shirtless men. No, that's not the interior of a male strip club. It's a sensory assault experienced by anyone who's shopped at Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister.
Abercrombie & Fitch to ditch 'sexualized marketing': Washington Post  Reuters Canada
Abercrombie & Fitch opts to tone down the sexy  Detroit Free Press
Vessel that spilled fuel in English Bay deemed safe, allowed to leave
VANCOUVER - A vessel that leaked toxic bunker fuel into Vancouver's English Bay is being allowed to return to normal operations and leave Canadian waters.
Statement on the release of the MV Marathassa  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Union condemns federal agency for lending Volkswagen $526 million to expand ...
TORONTO - Canada's largest private sector union is condemning a federal agency for lending roughly $526 million to Volkswagen to expand its operations in the U.S.
Union condemns Crown agency for lending Volkswagen $526 million  Times Colonist
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
Weekend Newsstand: April 25, 2015  Torontoist
Vancouver-area mayors grill National Energy Board, Coast Guard on oil spills
VANCOUVER - Vancouver-area mayors grilled federal officials in charge of pipeline regulation and oil-spill cleanup on Friday, with one saying the Canadian Coast Guard is "vastly underfunded.
NEB CEO Paul Watson heckled by Kinder Morgan pipeline protesters
Proposed Palmetto Pipeline draws little support  Statesboro Herald
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.
Ontario 'will remove excessive costs' from auto insurance with ...  Canadian Underwriter
Ontario Budget: Drivers and Accident Victims set to pay the price for ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)