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Ontario bets strong economy will keep budget balanced
Ontario has balanced its budget for the first time in a decade, pouring billions into health care and other social spending while wagering that a fast-growing economy propped up by strong U.S.
Free prescription medicines for those 24 and under first step to national ...  Toronto Star
Ontario Budget Infrastructure Funding Welcomed, But Raises Questions  Montreal Gazette
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TTC takes 153 buses off the road due to safety concern
TTC spokesperson Brad Ross said the decision to ground their fleet of 18-metre buses was made after one of the vehicles “experienced a 'full throttle'” during routine maintenance.
An 'unexpected acceleration' forces TTC to pull 153 buses off the road  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
TTC pulls all 153 of its articulated buses out of service over ' ...  National Post
Home Capital rebounds as it firms up line of credit, looks at possible sale
Home Capital Group Inc. shares roared back Thursday, as the beleaguered mortgage lender firmed up an emergency multibillion-dollar loan and signalled that it may sell itself.
Home Capital Group director Keohane resigns after fund backs $2 billion loan  Financial Post
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  680 News
Bombardier rejects Boeing claim CSeries was dumped into the US at below cost
Bombardier and the federal government have rejected Boeing's claim in a complaint filed with the U.S. government that its Canadian rival has dumped its new CSeries commercial jet into the United States at below cost.
Statement on the petition by Boeing Aerospace Corporation  Ottawa Citizen
Boeing seeks US anti-dumping probe against Bombardier jet  Yahoo Finance UK
Shaw Internet, Cable And Home Phone Outage Across Canada
UPDATE - April 27, 2017: All services to Shaw customers were restored as of 6 p.m. ET. The Canada-wide outage was caused by a software failure during an upgrade to the system, the company said on its website.
Shaw services restored after interruption across Canada  Edmonton Journal
Shaw internet, TV and phone service outage fixed  CBC.ca
Swift-acting TTC subway station worker saves man from committing suicide
WATCH ABOVE: There were some tense moments at Dundas subway station after a man jumped onto the subway tracks. Minna Rhee looks at the touching way a TTC worker saved the man's life.
TTC worker lauded for helping man on subway tracks  Toronto Sun
Quick-thinking TTC worker saves life of man in distress  CityNews
Passenger who was dragged off jetliner settles with United
CHICAGO - The passenger who was dragged off a flight after refusing to give up his seat settled with United for an undisclosed sum Thursday in an apparent attempt by the airline to put the fiasco behind it as quickly as possible.
United Airlines reaches settlement with passenger dragged from plane  CBC.ca
Doctor dragged off United flight reaches settlement with airline  CTV News
Out of 'hell,' oilfield services sector now in 'purgatory,' forecasters say
Gavin Young, Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB: NOVEMBER 03, 2015 - Mark Salkeld, President and CEO of PSAC, Petroleum Services Association of Canada, shown here in 2015, at the Telus Convention Centre.
Drill, lately, drill: Thousands more oil and gas wells expected in revised ...  CBC.ca
PSAC dramatically raises drilling forecast  CJOB
The close: TSX falls nearly 1% on bank, resource shares
Canada's main stock index fell nearly 1 per cent on Thursday to its lowest since the beginning of April, dragged down by heavyweight banking and resources shares.
Toronto markets see sharp drop amid ongoing mortgage lender scandal  Toronto Star
TSX hit as bank shares spooked by Home Capital woes  Reuters Canada
These Parts Of Canada Will Take The Biggest Hit From Trump's Lumber Tariff
Both Canada's natural resources minister, Jim Carr, and Canada's largest private-sector union, Unifor, are warning of possible job losses from the tariffs on softwood lumber that U.S.
What every Canadian investor needs to know today  The Globe and Mail
Canfor Corp. eyes acquisitions amid U.S. lumber duties carnage  Financial Post