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Labour report recommends unpaid personal emergency leave for Ontario workers - CBC.ca;

Labour report recommends unpaid personal emergency leave for Ontario workers - CBC.ca

CBC.caLabour report recommends unpaid personal emergency leave for Ontario workersCBC.caA report commissioned by the Ontario government recommends all employees be granted a week of unpaid personal emergency leave a year. The Changing Workplaces report, released today, was written by two labour law experts who consulted with ...Statement from Minister Flynn on the Release of the Changing Workplaces Review Final ReportGovernment of Ontario Newsall 2 news articles »

New home sales tumble from near 9-1/2-year high - Reuters;

New home sales tumble from near 9-1/2-year high - Reuters

ReutersNew home sales tumble from near 9-1/2-year highReutersA real estate sign advertising a new home for sale is pictured in Vienna, Virginia, U.S. October 20, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing/File Photo. By Lucia Mutikani | WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON New U.S. single-family home sales tumbled from near a ...US new-home sales fall 11.4 per cent, most in two yearsThe Globe and MailNew home sales plunge a lot more than expectedBusiness InsiderUS new home sales fall by most since March 2015Financial TimesNasdaq -MarketWatch -Baystreet.ca -Wall Street Journal (subscription)all 19 news articles »

Lumber exports help push wholesale sales above $60-billion for first time - The Globe and Mail;

Lumber exports help push wholesale sales above $60-billion for first time - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailLumber exports help push wholesale sales above $60-billion for first timeThe Globe and MailStatistics Canada says wholesale sales were up 0.9 per cent in March, surpassing the $60-billion mark for the first time. Total Canadian wholesale sales for that month reached $60.2-billion as strength in lumber exports offset declines in motor ...Canada: Wholesale trade, March 2017MarketPulse (blog)Canada March wholesale trade climbs 0.9 percent to hit recordReuters CanadaGlobal markets: US may sell crude stocksWestern ProducerFox Businessall 11 news articles »

Failing to take care of business today cost Mark Fields his future at Ford - Financial Post;

Failing to take care of business today cost Mark Fields his future at Ford - Financial Post

Financial PostFailing to take care of business today cost Mark Fields his future at FordFinancial PostBill Ford and his board needed an answer, and they needed it now: How was Mark Fields going to turn around Ford Motor Co.? The answer: he wasn't. That was the sobering conclusion after a series of extraordinary meetings this month culminated Monday ...There's a simple reason why Ford's CEO was pushed out — and it has nothing to do with self-driving carsBusiness InsiderInvestors skeptical Ford CEO change will revive stock priceBNNFord got a new CEO, but it needs a new strategyVoxCanadianManufacturing.com -New York Daily News -Nasdaq -Fortuneall 101 news articles »

A 10% mortgage hike would sink almost three quarters of homeowners, Manulife says - CBC.ca;

A 10% mortgage hike would sink almost three quarters of homeowners, Manulife says - CBC.ca

CBC.caA 10% mortgage hike would sink almost three quarters of homeowners, Manulife saysCBC.caNearly three quarters of Canadian homeowners say they would have difficulty paying their mortgage if their payments were to increase by more than 10 per cent, says a new survey by Manulife Bank. Thirty-eight per cent of those polled say their mortgage ...The debt truth: Unexpected expenses could spell big trouble for Millennial homeownersCanada NewsWire (press release)More than half of Canadians say they aren't financially prepared if interest rates jump, expenses rise: surveyFinancial Post'Homeowners are not prepared': Survey shows 20% of Canadians don't have a rainy day fundBNNall 6 news articles »

After scare, Virgin Atlantic flight leaves Dubai for London - CTV News;

After scare, Virgin Atlantic flight leaves Dubai for London - CTV News

CTV NewsAfter scare, Virgin Atlantic flight leaves Dubai for LondonCTV NewsDUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- A Virgin Atlantic flight from Dubai to London that was evacuated over unspecified concerns earlier Thursday in the United Arab Emirates was cleared after a security check and took off for Britain, officials said. The ...Dubai-London flight delayed for 3 hours after hoax scaregulfnews.comVirgin Atlantic Jet in Dubai Evacuated for 'Additional Security Checks'NewsweekVirgin Atlantic flight from Dubai to London evacuatedSFGateTheStreet.com -The Star Online -Free Malaysia Today -Vanguardall 28 news articles »

Oil is falling today on Trump's plan to sell off half America's oil stockpile, adding to global glut - Financial Post;

Oil is falling today on Trump's plan to sell off half America's oil stockpile, adding to global glut - Financial Post

Financial PostOil is falling today on Trump's plan to sell off half America's oil stockpile, adding to global glutFinancial PostAP Photo/Evan Vucci)Donald Trump's plan to sell off half of the nation's 688 million-barrel oil stockpile from 2018 to 2027 aims to raise US$16.5 billion and help balance the budget. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo? More. Comments · Tumblr ...OPEC on verge of extending oil production cuts for another nine monthsCalgary HeraldOPEC poised for 9-month cut extension as delegates predict smooth meetingBNNUS plan to sell oil reserve shows declining import needsReuters CanadaChicago Tribune -The Guardian -Channel NewsAsia -The Globe and Mailall 524 news articles »

The story behind an alleged fraud worth millions in Nova Scotia's lobster industry - CBC.ca;

The story behind an alleged fraud worth millions in Nova Scotia's lobster industry - CBC.ca

CBC.caThe story behind an alleged fraud worth millions in Nova Scotia's lobster industryCBC.caIn June of 2015, three men stepped out of a summer day thick with flies and into the Beaverdam Lake, N.S., cottage of lobster dealer Wayne Banks. It wasn't a casual visit. They had arrived unannounced at his doorstep, claiming that in the space of ...Bank of Nova Scotia, Richmont Mines, Raging River ExplorationTimes of IndiaNational Bank Financial Reiterates Outperform Overweight Rating for Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS)Sports PerspectivesZacks Investment Research Downgrades Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) to SellThe Cerbat GemBNB Daily (blog) -Market Exclusive -NormanObserver.com -Transcript Dailyall 36 news articles »

Hong Kong police arrest 21 Uber drivers in latest crackdown - CTV News;

Hong Kong police arrest 21 Uber drivers in latest crackdown - CTV News

CTV NewsHong Kong police arrest 21 Uber drivers in latest crackdownCTV NewsHong Kong police launched a fresh crackdown Tuesday on Uber, arresting 21 drivers suspected of working for the ride-hailing giant in the Asian financial centre. It's the latest regulatory headache for Uber, which already is fighting a similar case in ...21 Uber Drivers Arrested by Hong Kong PoliceFortuneHong Kong graft arrests add to China-Hong Kong bridge woesReuters CanadaHong Kong police arrest 21 Uber drivers in stingChannel NewsAsiaSouth China Morning Post -Tech in Asia -Hong Kong Standard (press release) -EJ Insightall 18 news articles »

Philippe Couillard says Quebec needs to take care of Bombardier - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News;

Philippe Couillard says Quebec needs to take care of Bombardier - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsPhilippe Couillard says Quebec needs to take care of BombardierCP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsHAIFA, Israel - Quebec's premier says the province needs to take care of Bombardier because of its unique importance to the province. Philippe Couillard is urging Quebecers to support the transportation company, which has recently faced a strong public ...Israel and Quebec launch $12m R&D programGlobesBoeing attempts to block Bombardier from muscling into US marketRTBoeing: Not Just a Cash Flow StoryBarron'sCrikey (registration) (blog) -Tax-news.com -World Trade Online (subscription) -CBC.caall 14 news articles »

Queen Street closed between Yonge & Bay for Eaton Centre bridge removal - 680 News;

Queen Street closed between Yonge & Bay for Eaton Centre bridge removal - 680 News

680 NewsQueen Street closed between Yonge & Bay for Eaton Centre bridge removal680 NewsThe Eaton Centre bridge is being removed this weekend. It will be replaced with an upgraded walkway in the fall of 2017. JASON MACLELLAN/CITYNEWS. Sparks flew early on Saturday morning as work began to remove the pedestrian bridge that connects ...Stretch of Queen Street closed for removal of Eaton Centre pedestrian bridgeCP24 Toronto's Breaking Newsall 4 news articles »

Opposition critics dismiss Liberal promise of high-speed rail - CBC.ca;

Opposition critics dismiss Liberal promise of high-speed rail - CBC.ca

CBC.caOpposition critics dismiss Liberal promise of high-speed railCBC.caOpposition critics are dismissing the Liberal government's promise of a high-speed rail corridor between Toronto and Windsor as a re-election ploy. The government says trains on the planned rail link would travel up to 250 kilometres per hour, making ...Kathleen Wynne is all aboard $21B high-speed-rail Toronto-Windsor projectToronto StarOntario high-speed rail could be on track for 2025, adviser saysThe Globe and MailHigh-speed rail line between Toronto-Windsor will boost economic activity: WynneCTV NewsGlobalnews.ca -Hamilton Spectator -Waterloo Record -570 Newsall 33 news articles »

Trudeau says Canada will be 'resolute and firm' on trade interests - The Globe and Mail;

Trudeau says Canada will be 'resolute and firm' on trade interests - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailTrudeau says Canada will be 'resolute and firm' on trade interestsThe Globe and MailPrime Minister Justin Trudeau says the U.S. administration has been intent on making itself heard around trade issues that Canada is willing to address, but not at the expense of compromising Canadian interests. Mr. Trudeau made the point on Friday ...Oregon senator accuses Canada of 'politicizing' lumber duties probeReuters CanadaWayne's World: Softwood lumber dispute could have been avoidedRevelstoke Reviewall 11 news articles »

Is Ottawa's Boeing threat 'dishonorable' or 'leverage'?: Two analysts weigh in - CTV News;

Is Ottawa's Boeing threat 'dishonorable' or 'leverage'?: Two analysts weigh in - CTV News

CTV NewsIs Ottawa's Boeing threat 'dishonorable' or 'leverage'?: Two analysts weigh inCTV NewsThis week, the federal government hinted that it may cancel a multi-billion dollar purchase of fighter jets from Boeing after the American aerospace giant accused Canada's Bombardier of receiving unfair subsidies -- a move that one analyst is blasting ...Boeing seeks to fend off Canada threat over jet deal: sourceThe Globe and MailOttawa says it will review Boeing military bid amid legal battle with BombardierToronto StarF-35 jets waiting in wings as Liberals' 'interim' Super Hornet purchase in limboNational PostCBC.ca -Macleans.ca -Nasdaq -Winnipeg Free Pressall 50 news articles »

Andrew Coyne: The federal carbon tax has become unnecessarily costly - National Post;

Andrew Coyne: The federal carbon tax has become unnecessarily costly - National Post

National PostAndrew Coyne: The federal carbon tax has become unnecessarily costlyNational PostLike much else this government touches, the carbon tax started out as a simple idea that has grown steadily more complex. The case for the carbon tax was very much tied to its simplicity: a uniform national tax, applied economy-wide, based on the ...Here's how much more you could be paying for fuel when the carbon tax goes into effectGlobalnews.caGet ready for Trudeau's carbon tax on everythingToronto SunIrving Oil could profit from new element of federal carbon tax planCBC.caThe Globe and Mail -BNN -Financial Post -Regina Leader-Postall 56 news articles »

Home Capital's savings deposit balances decline - BNN;

Home Capital's savings deposit balances decline - BNN

BNNHome Capital's savings deposit balances declineBNNCanada's biggest non-bank lender Home Capital Group Inc (HCG.TO 3.72%) on Friday published data showing that its high interest savings account balances declined on Thursday. Home Capital has been struggling to finance its assets as its high interest ...Home Capital Provides Update on Liquidity and DepositsCanada NewsWire (press release)Home Capital sees slight uptick in savings deposits while GICs bleed downCBC.caall 16 news articles »

Ottawa urges airlines to stop passenger bumping before law takes effect - Toronto Star;

Ottawa urges airlines to stop passenger bumping before law takes effect - Toronto Star

Toronto StarOttawa urges airlines to stop passenger bumping before law takes effectToronto StarFederal Transport Minister Marc Garneau called on airline executives at a closed-door meeting Friday. New government rules would set minimum levels of compensation for people who voluntarily agree to be bumped from a flight and force airlines to ...Feds urge airlines to end bumping of passengers before law takes effectCTV NewsWestJet to change seating policy; will ensure kids sit with parents at no extra chargeCalgary Heraldall 7 news articles »

Inflation rate unchanged at 1.6 per cent in April - CTV News;

Inflation rate unchanged at 1.6 per cent in April - CTV News

CTV NewsInflation rate unchanged at 1.6 per cent in AprilCTV NewsOTTAWA -- The country's annual inflation rate once again rang in at 1.6 per cent last month as higher energy costs offset a seventh consecutive decline in grocery store prices, Statistics Canada said Friday. The agency's consumer price index for April ...Despite rise in gas prices, inflation in Manitoba remains unchangedWinnipeg Free PressCanada's inflation rate steady at 1.6% in AprilCBC.caInflation rate 1.6% for second month amid higher energy prices, lower food costsBNN630ched.com -Baystreet.ca -The Chronicle Journal -Nasdaqall 41 news articles »

Victoria Day 2017 in Windsor: What's open? What's not? - CBC.ca;

Victoria Day 2017 in Windsor: What's open? What's not? - CBC.ca

CBC.caVictoria Day 2017 in Windsor: What's open? What's not?CBC.caIt's the unofficial beginning of summer for many in Windsor and Essex County, but life doesn't always take a break for the long weekend so here's what is and isn't business as usual for the Victoria Day holiday.What's open, what's closed in Hamilton on Victoria DayGlobalnews.caWhat's open and closed in Ottawa this Victoria Day MondayCTV Newsall 15 news articles »