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$600: Loonie-related price hikes are wiping out bargains at the gas pump
We're losing roughly the same through higher import prices as we're saving at the gas pump, Toronto-Dominion Bank says in a new report on the impact of the oil price collapse.
Canadian consumers cashing in on weak inflation  Financial Post
Chart that tells a story — deflation  Financial Times
Business in Vancouver  
RBC forced to scrap fee changes after backlash
Consumer advocates rejoiced after Royal Bank of Canada backed down on proposed fee changes that would have potentially charged consumers for the privilege of paying credit-card bills and their mortgages.
RBC backs down on fees 2:11
Royal Bank backs off on fee change for payments after client feedback  Toronto Star
BlackBerry cuts jobs worldwide in smartphone consolidation
Toronto: BlackBerry Ltd. is cutting jobs at offices around the world as it brings together the different parts of its shrinking smartphone business.
BlackBerry cuts jobs worldwide as it consolidates businesses  Reuters
BlackBerry chief John Chen takes a 96 per cent pay cut  Hamilton Spectator
CANADA STOCKS-TSX eases after recent rally as energy, financials slip
(Adds portfolio manager comment, updates prices to close). * TSX ends down 2.85 points, or 0.02 percent, at 15,200.76. * Index gained 0.6 percent in holiday-shortened week.
TSX eases after recent rally as energy, financials slip  Reuters Canada
Canada Stocks Little Changed Amid Inflation Data as Banks Fall  Bloomberg
Cold winter helps to increase Hydro-Quebec Q1 profit to $1.8 billion
MONTREAL - Profits at Hydro-Quebec increased 2.2 per cent to $1.79 billion in the first quarter as the provincially owned electricity producer was helped by very cold winter temperatures.
Hydro-Quebec posts $1.8 billion first-quarter profit  CJAD
Albertan downturn causing rise in personal insolvencies
More dark economic clouds are gathering over Alberta, adding to the challenges ahead for a new premier and cabinet as they prepare to take the reins this weekend.
Oil industry pushing for carbon tax in Alberta
Prices in Calgary and Alberta on the rise in April  Calgary Herald
Could speculation tax dampen surging Metro Vancouver house prices?
VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - On the heels of a report that says Metro Vancouver faces labour shortages if housing prices continue to increase, the mayor of Vancouver is floating an idea to stem prices.
Speculation tax proposed as one solution to Vancouver housing affordability  Vancouver Sun
Vancouverites unhappy about housing? Hogwash, Bob Rennie says  BCBusiness
Oil spill could cost Vancouver $1.2 billion: report
Crews on spill response boats work to contain bunker fuel leaking from the bulk carrier cargo ship Marathassa, second right, on Burrard Inlet in Vancouver, B.C.
Major oil spill on Trans Mountain pipeline could cost city of Vancouver $1.2 ...  The Province
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver economy $1.2 billion: study  Vancity Buzz
Catch up: Condo investors in big cities readying to sell and other stories you may ...
Busy day? Here are five stories popular with Globe readers to help you catch up. Toronto, Vancouver condo owners look to list over next 5 years.
Vancouver, Toronto condo investors 'in the market for the long term' ...  Business in Vancouver
CMHC finds 84% of condo owners want to live in them, not rent them out
Home brewing, coming to local stores
The province is extending opportunities for Manitobans who want to dabble in home brewing. NDP cabinet minister Dave Chomiak announced Friday the government will allow for those who make beer and wine with home-brewing kits to produce their booze ...
Changes to Manitoba liquor law means home-brew retailers can offer in-store ...  MetroNews Canada
Manitoba legalizes in-store wine- and beer-making