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Osisko Bid Battle Melts Gold Mining's Credibility
Takeover battles, with their risk of overpaying, are always unnerving for investors in the bidders. With gold miners, there is added concern: The sector has dropped about two-thirds since September 2011 as a history of overpriced deals and busted investment ...
Yamana, Agnico join with Osisko in $3.9-billion deal to thwart Goldcorp  The Globe and Mail
Agnico Eagle, Yamana Gold And Osisko Mining Strike $3.6 Billion ' ...  Forbes
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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ softens to 1-1/2 week low after Bank of Canada comments
... �. * Canadian dollar at C$1.1024 or 90.71 U.S. cents * Bond prices mostly lower across the maturity curve * Bank of Canada holds interest rates steady * Bank notes risk of weak inflation By Solarina Ho TORONTO, April 16 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar ...
BoC's Poloz shaves forecast, won't rule out interest rate cuts in future  CanadianBusiness.com
BoC shaves Q1 growth to 1.5 per cent, keeps policy interest rate unchanged  CTV News
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CANADA STOCKS-TSX climbs as China data drives gains
... * TSX rises 69.11 points, or 0.48 percent, to 14,373.03 * All of 10 main index sectors advance * Metro jumps after posting results By John Tilak TORONTO, April 16 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index advanced on Wednesday after bullish economic data ...
TSX climbs as China data drives gains  Reuters Canada
TSX rises as China's economy beats expectations  CTV News
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Canadians spending more out of pocket on health care
Canadians' out-of-pocket spending for prescription drugs, dental care and insurance premiums rose over a 12-year period for all families, especially people with lower incomes who may have reduced their use of health-care services, a new report suggests.
Out-of-pocket health costs rising  Ottawa Citizen
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Metro Inc ekes out narrow sales lift, adjusted profits in competitive market
Net profit at grocer Metro Inc. fell 73% in the second quarter after a 2013 disposal of shares as the country's third-largest grocer managed to lift sales slightly in a fiercely competitive grocery market.
Supermarket chain Metro says prices could continue to creep higher  CanadianBusiness.com
Supermarket chain Metro reports Q2 profit of $96.9 million  Hamilton Spectator
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End of housing boom will be costly, Scotiabank warns
The outsized gains that Canada's economy has enjoyed on the back of the housing market can't continue as a real estate slowdown may already be underway, one of Canada's big banks warned Wednesday.
Canadian real estate and housing boom may be ending, Scotiabank warns  Toronto Star
Costly housing has more Canadians turning to renovations  Financial Post
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Is the Bank of Canada Taking a Flyer on Oil Prices?
Central banks aren't known for making bold, long-range predictions on energy market dynamics. That's for good reason, since commodities such as oil and gas are among the most volatile inputs tracked by models that economic forecasters rely on to gauge ...
Canadian crude still hot despite US shale: BoC  The Globe and Mail
Energy Watch: Canadian crude-by-rail costs rival pipelines  bnn.ca
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Clean-energy group praises new Alberta emission rules
CALGARY - A clean-energy group is praising a decision by the Alberta Energy Regulator to crack down on emissions from oilsands development in the Peace River area.
Pembina Institute praises AEG crack down on Peace River oilsands emissions  Beacon News (blog)
Alberta Energy Regulator toughens rules to cut possible effect of gas emissions  Calgary Herald
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Alcohol in convenience stores? Good heavens � the children!
The comedy geniuses at the Beer Store surely worked overtime to produce their latest ad campaign. The 30-second video, which runs under the banner of �Ontario Beer Facts,� imagines a future provincial dystopia in which alcohol is sold in convenience ...
Beer Store takes to fear mongering in fight against expanding alcohol sales  The Globe and Mail
VIDEO: New factual ad depicts horrifying alternate universe where you can ...  Toronto Life
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IN PHOTOS: Toronto goes dark in massive power outage
The lights are back on after a significant power outage hit the city's west end on Tuesday evening. Thousands were plunged into darkness around 9 p.m.
Toronto blackout left west end of city shrouded in darkness in biggest ...  National Post
PHOTO: last night's power outage  Toronto Life
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