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Bank of Canada governor 'happy' to see plan for GTA housing market
Measures to cool the housing market in the Greater Toronto Area have received a warm response from Canada's central banker, who said Saturday it should have some effect on runaway housing prices.
Missing from Wynne's remedies: housing supply  The Globe and Mail
Ontario's Fair Housing Plan, Joshua Varghese, a professional real estate ...  Financial Post
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Opening shot coming this week in fifth softwood lumber war between Canada-US
WASHINGTON -- The opening shot in a fifth softwood-lumber war between the United States and Canada is expected this week, and policy-makers north of the border are preparing to calculate the potential damage of American duties.
Softwood border duties could hurt 25 NB sawmills, government says  CBC.ca
New Brunswick seeking continued exemption from duties on lumber exports to U.S.  Globalnews.ca
Cougar commute: Big cats caught strolling through SkyTrain station (with video)
A pair of cougars strolled through the Inlet Centre SkyTrain station in Port Moody early Friday morning. / Vancouver Sun. ShareAdjustCommentPrint.
VIDEO: Cougars cat-ching a ride on Translink tracks  KelownaNow
Cougars spotted walking on SkyTrain tracks in Port Moody  630ched.com
Clark highlights LNG hopes in NDP strongholds in northwest BC
BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark hopped on a water taxi as she wrapped up a tour of two NDP-held ridings in British Columbia's northwest.
'A substantial revenue source': But BC's property transfer tax ...  CBC.ca
Christy Clark ready for softwood fight  durhamregion.com
WestJet and the leap into no-frills flying
A flight on an ultra-low-cost carrier can be a trying experience. There's the limited leg-room, of course, and ULCCs, as they are called in the business, have an almost magical ability to "unbundle" the trip.
WestJet – 'LessJet' – crams more people on flights: It's what ...  The Globe and Mail
Planning to fly with an ultra low-cost carrier? Canadians shouldn't ...  Globalnews.ca
Ontario Supporting Craft Brewery Expansion in Sault Ste. Marie
Ontario is helping to diversify the economy and create good new jobs for people in the North by supporting the expansion of a local craft brewing business in Sault Ste.
“Survival mode” for short-line railroader  Northern Ontario Business
Soo may face 20 per cent property tax hike  BayToday
Province's inflation rate cools in March
The cost of fresh fruit dropped 12.4 per cent in March, compared with a year earlier. Inflation did an about-face last month in Manitoba, with the province's annual inflation rate dropping to 1.6 per cent from 2.3 per cent in February, new Statistics ...
Canada's inflation rate cools in March as food prices drop  The Globe and Mail
Inflation surprisingly soft as cheaper food offsets higher gas prices  CTV News
Kinder Morgan: Is It Time To Buy Yet?
While the company announced that its major projects are progressing well and says that its balance sheet has strengthened, I see it a bit differently.
National Energy Board ends period for landowners to object to pipeline  News1130
Emissions down slightly, but Canada not yet on track to meet 2030 climate ...
OTTAWA - Environment and Climate Change Canada quietly released a new report this month that shows a small decline in greenhouse gas emissions but projects Canada won't meet its climate targets by 2030 unless new measures are introduced.
Minister McKenna concludes successful visit to Silicon Valley, California  BOE Report (press release)
Home Capital tries to calm investors in wake of OSC allegations
Shares in Home Capital Group Inc. pared some losses on Friday after the company sought to assuage investor concerns about a regulatory probe over alleged securities-laws violations.
Home Capital shares jump 15% as chairman says company will 'vigorously ...  Financial Post
Home Capital shares spike as company responds to regulatory probe  BNN