(Reuters) - Stock futures pared gains and indicated a slightly higher start for Canada's main stock index on Friday after weaker-than-expected inflation data.
Waterloo-based smartphone maker BlackBerry will buy back 12 million of its own shares, news that sent the company's stock up more than two per cent on Friday.
Shopify founder and chief executive officer Tobi Lutke (2nd L, with hat) waits for the company's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange May 21, 2015.
Metro Vancouver's Expo Line SkyTrain is not running between the Joyce and the Waterfront stations this morning following a guideway fire late Thursday night.
Sam Smith fuels up at a pre-pay only pump after gas prices took a major jump in Calgary, on May 21, 2015. Crystal Schick / Calgary Herald.