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Stingray Digital said to seek about $120M in IPO
Eric Boyko, right, and Mathieu Peloquin display the fire log TV signal feed in the offices of Stingray Digital in Montreal on Monday July 7, 2014.
Canadian media company Stingray unveils IPO plans  Reuters Canada
Montreal Streaming Music Service Stingray Prepares For IPO  Cantech Letter
Barrick Gold faces shareholder wrath over pay hikes at annual meeting Tuesday
Barrick Gold Corp. is in for a showdown Tuesday at its annual meeting in Toronto amid investor blowback over its controversial executive pay scheme that includes a 35 per cent salary hike for its board chairman.
Canada Pension Plan to vote against Barrick method of compensating executives  Hamilton Spectator
UPDATE 2-CPPIB joins chorus against Barrick's executive pay structure  Reuters
DVP reopens following spring maintenance
The DVP, from highways 401 and 404 to Gardiner, is scheduled to close from 8 p.m. on Friday to 6 a.m. on Sunday. Next weekend, the Gardiner will be closed for similar spring maintenance work.
Road closures to be aware of this weekend  Toronto Sun
Don Valley Parkway to close for weekend maintenance
Power restored in Saskatoon after snowy weather causes outages
The return of winter weather to Saskatoon caused blackouts across the city over the weekend. Snowfall warnings issued for parts of central and northern Saskatchewan.
Heavy wet snow blamed for Saskatoon power outages  News Talk 980 CJME
Power outage knocks out Saskatoon's west side  CTV News
Vessel that spilled fuel in B.C. deemed safe, allowed to leave Canadian waters
VANCOUVER - A vessel that leaked toxic bunker fuel into Vancouver's English Bay is being allowed to return to normal operations and leave Canadian waters.
Vessel that spilled fuel in English Bay deemed safe  Beacon News (blog)
Co-op Atlantic voting to sell Sobeys its gas and grocery assets
Co-op Atlantic is considering selling its grocery and gas assets to Sobeys in order to keep the business afloat. The grocery side of the business includes about 173 member-owned and franchised stores under supermarket banners such as Co-op, Valufoods ...
Co-op Atlantic voting to sell food, fuel assets to Sobeys  CTV News
Co-op Atlantic board recommending exit from food and gas business
Re: The glaring imbalance in Metro Vancouver's transit plebiscite, Opinion, Web only, April 17. Charles Lammam and Josef Filipowicz's opinion piece misses the true �glaring imbalance� in transportation funding.
In Vancouver, developers' plans hinge on plebiscite results  The Globe and Mail
Most don't ride, but will pay
Ontario Farmers Plan To Plant Significantly More Corn This Year
The agency says Canadian farmers intend to plant more wheat and corn this year but slightly less soybeans. According to what farmers are telling Statscan, they expect to plant 24 point 8 million acres of wheat this year.
North American Grain/Oilseed Review: Canola up, soybeans down after choppy ...  Manitoba Co-operator
ICE canola mixed at midsession  Grainews
TD Securities Upgrades West Fraser Timber Co. to "Buy" (WFT)
West Fraser Timber Co. logo West Fraser Timber Co. (TSE:WFT) was upgraded by research analysts at TD Securities from a �hold� rating to a �buy� rating in a report released on Friday.
Canadian producers worried softwood lumber deal will expire in October  CTV News
Softwood lumber agreement expected to expire in October, says West Fraser  Times Colonist
AMT will be dismantled, replaced with new governance structure
Transport Minister Robert Poeti said he wants to get rid of the Metropolitan Transit Agency, or AMT, and replace it with a new integrated governance structure.
AMT to be dismantled, merged with other commuter agencies
Quebec to abolish AMT, replace it with two new organizations  Montreal Gazette