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At midday: TSX rises despite weaker commodity prices
Canada's main stock index rose on Friday as financials rallied, while resource stocks retreated with commodities and investors waited for possible clues on the timing of U.S.
TSX rises as financials climb; energy stocks dip with oil  Reuters Canada
TSX ends slightly lower after posting a nine-month high  Financial Post  
Friday's small-cap stocks to watch
Our roundup of Canadian small-caps of between $100-million and $2.5-billion in market capitalization making news and on the move today.
Silvercorp Narrows Net Loss in Fiscal Q4, Boosts Precious Metals Sales (TSE:SVM)  Sonoran Weekly Review
Silvercorp Reports Silver Production of 5 Million Ounces  Investing News Network (press release) (registration) (blog)
Toronto's Trump Tower up for sale after owner defaults on debt
Donald Trump may have a lock on the Republican nomination for president, but his hold on an eponymous Toronto hotel is slipping away, as one-time partner Alex Shnaider and his bank attempt to sell Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto or put the ...
Is Your Candidate Worse than the Other?  Delaware 105.9 (blog)
Bell customers to get $11.8M refund for unwanted premium text messages
Some Bell wireless customers will get rebates totalling $11.82 million after paying for unwanted premium text messages, the federal Competition Bureau says.
Bell to pay $11.82M to customers after investigation into premium texting ...  Toronto Star
Bell to pay $11.8-million to settle probe into premium texting charges  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Old Port strike shuts Science Centre, Clock Tower Beach
Unionized employees at Montreal's Old Port are planning to go on strike this morning, meaning some attractions in the tourist hot spot will be closed for business.
Strike forces Science Centre, Clock Tower Beach close indefinitely  Montreal Gazette
Employees at Montreal's Old Port vote to strike  Canadian Labour Reporter
Edmonton's low-income transit pass to be released by fall 2017
Edmonton residents who have low incomes are often dependent on transit to get to work but struggle to afford the cost of a monthly pass.
Edmonton gets $6.2M transit-pass assistance  Medicine Hat News
Discounted transit passes for low income riders
Wynne, Ontario, ridiculed by opposition Wildrose in Alberta legislature
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne came to Alberta to talk environment but instead found herself publicly ridiculed on the floor of the legislature as the leader of a failed, debt-ridden enterprise.
Don Braid: Ontario gets an earful in Alberta legislature  National Post
Ontario premier visiting Calgary, meeting with Mayor Nenshi  CTV News
Warm and dry weather allows for more seeding in Saskatchewan
REGINA - Eighty-one per cent of the province's crop is now seeded, according to Saskatchewan's weekly crop report. The government says warm and dry weather has allowed 90 per cent of seeding to be completed in the province's southwest and 87 per ...
Saskatchewan seeding is advancing rapidly  620
NW crop 84 per cent seeded  The Battlefords News-Optimist
Atlantic Canada removing borders for apprentices
More trades are being included in an Atlantic Canada project to allow apprentices to train in any part of the region. The Atlantic Harmonization Project is working towards seamless mobility for apprentices to obtain work experience through on-the-job ...
Atlantic provinces collaborate on trades and training initiatives  Sackville Tribune Post
Cross-border training approved for trade workers in Atlantic Canada
Toronto condo market is in 'high risk zone' of overbuilding, RBC says
Canada's biggest bank has sounded the alarm about overbuilding in Toronto's condo boom, saying the level of new units coming online coupled with existing ones that are yet to sell have the market in 'high risk' territory.
Canadian dollar headed for 'rough patch' near 73-cent mark, CIBC says  The Globe and Mail (subscription)