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Tim Hortons finds sales footing in U.S. markets after Burger King merger
Canadian PressRestaurant Brands reported an $8.1 million net loss attributable to shareholders, or four cents per share, and adjusted net income was $83.6 million or 18 cents per share.
Dark roast coffee, lunch combos give Tim Hortons some first-quarter sales growth  Vancouver Sun
Burger King sales jump
TSX drops as energy rally falters, miners buck the trend
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Monday as a broad decline led by industrial and oil and gas shares eclipsed a rise in mining stocks, which were helped by buoyant metal prices.
TSX heads lower despite strength in miners; NY markets also retreat  Vancouver Sun
TSX heads lower despite strength in mining stocks  Times Colonist
NEB launches public review into pipeline emergency response plans
Emergency response plans submitted by companies proposing to build pipelines in Canada are to be the subject of a public consultation overseen by the National Energy Board (NEB).
NEB to review sharing of pipeline emergency plans  The Globe and Mail
Pipeline regulator wants public's feedback on emergency management  CKNW News Talk 980
IPhone sales, China boosts Apple; shares up modestly
(Reuters) - Apple Inc AAPL.O beat Wall Street's revenue and profit forecasts on Monday on the back of surging iPhone sales, especially in China, but it gave no sales figures for its new Apple Watch.
Apple profit soars 40% on strong iPhone sales
Booming iPhone 6 sales fuel Apple's second-best quarter ever  CNNMoney
Home equity line of credits increasingly being used to fund renovations
OTTAWA -- You've spent hours picking the perfect tile, countertops and cabinets. You researched the best stoves, dishwashers and refrigerators.
Home equity line of credit popular for renos  Stockhouse
Surge sells oil assets for $430M to pay debt, fund exploration
Surge Energy Inc. is selling oil-producing assets in southeast Saskatchewan and Manitoba for $430 million in order to pay down debt and finance an exploration program on its promising Upper Shaunavon crude oil discovery in southwest Saskatchewan.
Canadian Oil Co. Pays $353M For Properties In 2 Provinces  Law360 (subscription)
Torc to buy light oil properties for $430-million  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
A tale of two LRTs: Ontario recommits to Finch West, admits Sheppard East on hold
The long-promised light rail line on Sheppard is being pushed into the distant future, the province admitted Monday. If built, it is unlikely now to open before late next decade.
Sheppard East LRT slips farther into the future  Newstalk 1010
Finch West LRT given green light while Sheppard East LRT stalls
Complex income tax system costing Canadians: study
It's crunch time for procrastinators across the country. The deadline for filing personal income taxes is Thursday. While the task has never been a particularly easy one, with more than 120 different federal tax credits to apply for, experts say it's become so ...
Does filing your taxes seem more complicated than it used to? There may be a ...  Business in Vancouver
Canada's Income Tax System More Costly, Complex Over Time: Study  Huffington Post Canada
Vancouver real estate: 10 reasons why homes sit vacant
It's not easy to determine how and why so many houses in Vancouver are sitting empty right now, city council is learning. In the past, foreign owners have been blamed for bidding up the prices of Vancouver homes and then leaving them empty, as part of real ...
Website could be in the works to identify vacant homes in Vancouver
Vancouver Vacant Homes Crackdown Could Come Via Public Tips  Huffington Post Canada
Vale, United Steelworkers reach tentative agreement
A tentative agreement has been reached between Vale and United Steelworkers Local 6500 and Local 6200 on a new five-year contract, the groups announced Monday morning.
Vale and Steelworkers reach tentative agreement
Local 6500, Vale reach deal  The Sudbury Star