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Home Capital bleeds another $290 million in withdrawals in just one day
Home Capital Group Inc. said clients continue to pull their demand deposits from the alternative mortgage lender's subsidiary, with $29o million in withdrawals from high interest savings accounts on Thursday alone.
Home Capital bleeds another $290-million of withdrawals  The Globe and Mail
Home Capital director quits, citing potential conflict  CTV News
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Canadian GDP growth flat in February
Canadian economic growth took a pause in February after the break-neck pace seen at the start the year. Statistics Canada said Friday gross domestic product was unchanged in February, matching the expectations of economists, according to Thomson ...
Canada's GDP unchanged in February  CBC.ca
Canada: GDP by Industry, February 2017  MarketPulse (blog)
Bombardier rejects Boeing claim C Series was dumped into the US
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 C Series commercial jet into the United States at below cost.
Bombardier shares slide after Boeing seeks U.S. dumping probe  Nasdaq
Statement on the petition by Boeing Aerospace Corporation  Ottawa Citizen
125 of 153 TTC buses removed from service now back on the road
The buses were pulled Thursday due to an instance of “unexpected acceleration” during routine maintenance. On Thursday, the TTC pulled from service 153 articulated buses like this one, citing safety concerns.
TTC bendy buses back to full service for morning rush hour  CBC.ca
Most articulated buses back in service, TTC says  CityNews
The budget that just might save Kathleen Wynne: Robert Fisher
One thing's for sure about Thursday's Ontario budget from the Liberal government. You shouldn't expect Premier Kathleen Wynne to go away any time soon.
Kelly McParland: The latest Ontario budget puts the Liberals ahead of the ...  National Post
Ontario's balanced budget offers free drug plan for those under 25 ...  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Trump eyes more drilling with new order
US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order that seeks to expand offshore oil and gas drilling to areas currently off limits, in his administration's latest move to expand domestic energy production.
Will Trump allow oil drilling off Jersey Shore?  NJ.com
Ontario budget doesn't do enough for Toronto: mayor
Mayor John Tory said Toronto was shortchanged in this year's provincial budget by a Liberal government that would rather replay a "highlight reel" of past funding than invest in the city's future.
John Tory says Wynne government 'turned their backs' on Toronto with ...  Toronto Star
Ontario budget 2017: Toronto mayor accuses province of turning its back on ...  Globalnews.ca
At midday: TSX rises as resource stocks lead bounce
Canada's main stock index rose on Friday as natural resource stocks led a broad rally on a mix of higher commodity prices and positive corporate earnings.
Investors: Is Now The Time to “Short” Canada?  The Motley Fool Canada
TSX off to a strong start in broad-based gain, loonie down  CTV News
Cameco continues to suffer losses, is cautiously optimistic about future
While its financial numbers are daunting, uranium mining company Cameco says it's remaining confident about the future. In its first quarter results, Cameco said its net loss attributable to equity holders was $18 million.
Cameco posts bigger-than-expected loss; shares fall  The Globe and Mail
Fukushima nuclear disaster continues to weigh on uranium giant Cameco  Stockhouse
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.
'We knew this was coming': Manitoba lumber company prepared for ...  CBC.ca