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Oil shock slows Canada's economy in first quarter
The Canadian economy moved backward in the first quarter, its weakest quarter since the Great Recession, as the pervasive effects of the slump in oil prices fuelled doubts about how well Canada is weathering the oil shock - and how much more bad news is ...
Interest rate cut back on the table after Canadian economy shrinks  Financial Post
UPDATE 3-Canada economy contracts by most in 6 years in first quarter  Reuters
Financial Express  
Slumping oil prices have yet to slow down Alberta housing market
Alberta's housing market is not yet feeling the full weight of low oil prices as the number of newly insured mortgages rose in the province during the first quarter of the year, Canada's federal housing agency reported.
CMHC: Is condo living right for you?  Toronto Sun
CMHC mortgage holders spend 26% of income on housing
Bank of Nova Scotia delivers relief for investors as profit beats, loan book stabilizes
National PostBank of Nova Scotia, Canada's third-largest lender by assets, also said Friday it plans to buy back up to 24 million shares, or about 2 per cent of its stock, within the next year.
Scotiabank CEO Draws Line in the Sand on Acquisitions  Bloomberg
Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) Stock Gains on Earnings Beat
North American markets pull back sharply on disappointing GDP reports
Frank Gunn/The Canadian PressA dismal GDP report pushed Toronto stocks lower on Friday. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
TSX ends down as economic worries hurt banks  Reuters Canada
Stockhouse @ the Bell: Stocks stumble on economic growth concerns  Stockhouse
Alberta Securities Commission issues warning after investors lose $400000 online
CALGARY -- The Alberta Securities Commission is warning investors to beware of unregistered companies offering online trading services.
Beware of unregistered, offshore binary option investing: ASC  Edmonton Journal
Alberta Securities Commission warns investors after complaints of ' ...  Financial Post
Entrepreneurship in Canada ranks 2nd in world, report says
Canada is second only to the U.S. in levels of entrepreneurial activity, beating most G7 countries and much of the developed world.
Alberta's rate of entrepreneurship best in Canada  Calgary Herald
Intel and Altera Spike on Merger Talk; Apple Falls on Android Pay: Tech Winners ...
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Intel (INTC - Get Report) and Altera (ALTR - Get Report) spiked Friday on reports the two are close to a $16 billion merger.
Reuters Business News Schedule at 1830 GMT/2:30 PM ET  Reuters
Week in stocks  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Raise a glass: Chilliwack water named best in BC
A Fraser Valley city has won top honours for the taste of its drinking water. Chilliwack, B.C., won the second-annual Tap Water Taste Test, held Wednesday.
Chilliwack's drinking water named Best in B.C.  Chilliwack Progress
Nelson loses out to Chilliwack at 'Best of the Best' Tap Water Taste ...  The Nelson Daily
Manitoba payday loan company fined $25K for violating lending rules
A payday loan company with locations across Manitoba has been slapped on the wrist and forced to pay thousands of dollars in fines for failing to follow a list of provincial lending rules.
Manitoba Payday Lender Fined $25K
Payday loan business penalized  The Carillon
Lower tolls on Port Mann Bridge while Pattullo work done: New West mayor
VANCOUVER - Lower tolls on the Port Mann Bridge should be one of the options looked at while work is done on the Pattullo Bridge starting next year says New Westminster Mayor Jonathan Cote.
Why upgrade the Pattullo Bridge if it's slated for full replacement?  News1130
5 Things to Know in Vancouver for May 29: Pattullo nightmare  CTV News