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Notley sworn in as Alberta Premier

There were loud cheers in the crowd as Chief Justice Catherine Fraser accepted the resignation of Jim Prentice and the PC Party.
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Bombardier looks for C Series lift at Paris air show
Bombardier Inc. is playing down expectations it will announce a swell of new orders for its new C Series airliner at the Paris air show next month as market skepticism lingers over the company’s existing order book for the plane.
Magna International moving headquarters to King City, Ont.
The Canadian auto parts giant will shift its head office from Aurora, Ont., north of Toronto, to a site near King City, Ont., also north of Toronto, but further west and closer to Pearson International Airport.
Barrick to sell Australian gold mine
Evolution Mining Ltd. agreed to pay $550 million for Barrick Gold Corp.’s Cowal mine in Australia’s New South Wales to add what it said is a “world-class” operation.
Famous short seller Jim Chanos targets big oil companies
“Having to do things like drill in the Arctic” and “deal with Mr. Putin” are some of the reasons hedge fund manager Jim Chanos said he’s “really negative” on integrated oil companies.
Oil bears miss out as record U.S. refinery demand drives rally
Oil speculators missed out as record demand from U.S. refineries helped trim supplies from their highest level in more than eight decades and drive prices higher.
RBC forced to scrap fee changes after backlash
Consumer advocates rejoiced after Royal Bank of Canada backed down on proposed fee changes that would have potentially charged consumers for the privilege of paying credit-card bills and their mortgages.
Watch: Auto stocks and the Canadian advantage
BNN markets commentator Andrew McCreath looks at auto stocks, the auto industry and Canada's future outlook with David Tyerman, Analyst, Canaccord Financial.
BlackBerry cuts jobs worldwide in smartphone consolidation
“We have made the decision to consolidate our device software, hardware and applications business, impacting a number of employees around the world,” BlackBerry said in the statement.
Energy Watch: Why the oil market isn't worried about world turmoil
While prices have rallied more than 10 percent this year, that’s mainly a result of robust demand, oil analysts say.
Real Estate Watch: Canada as ‘New Switzerland’ driving Toronto condo market
Developers say Canada’s reputation as a safe country to live and bank is luring buyers from abroad and driving the housing boom in Toronto.
RBC forced to scrap fee changes after backlash
Consumer advocates rejoiced after Royal Bank of Canada backed down on proposed fee changes that would have potentially charged consumers for the privilege of paying credit-card bills and their mortgages.
Watch: Auto stocks and the Canadian advantage
BNN markets commentator Andrew McCreath looks at auto stocks, the auto industry and Canada's future outlook with David Tyerman, Analyst, Canaccord Financial.
Energy Watch: Why the oil market isn't worried about world turmoil
While prices have rallied more than 10 percent this year, that’s mainly a result of robust demand, oil analysts say.
Real Estate Watch: Canada as ‘New Switzerland’ driving Toronto condo market
Developers say Canada’s reputation as a safe country to live and bank is luring buyers from abroad and driving the housing boom in Toronto.
Oil bears miss out as record U.S. refinery demand drives rally
Oil speculators missed out as record demand from U.S. refineries helped trim supplies from their highest level in more than eight decades and drive prices higher.
Forest fires shut 9% of oil sands capacity
Cenovus Energy Inc. closed its 130,000-barrel Foster Creek operations and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. shut its 80,000- barrel-a-day Primrose project after a forest fire broke out on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range in northeastern Alberta, the companies said.
Mexico shootout leaves 42 drug gang suspects, 1 officer dead
Violence erupted between Mexican federal forces and suspected drug gang members yesterday in the western state of Michoacan, killing at least 42 of them and one police officer.
Magna International moving headquarters to King City, Ont.
The Canadian auto parts giant will shift its head office from Aurora, Ont., north of Toronto, to a site near King City, Ont., also north of Toronto, but further west and closer to Pearson International Airport.
Barrick to sell Australian gold mine
Evolution Mining Ltd. agreed to pay $550 million for Barrick Gold Corp.’s Cowal mine in Australia’s New South Wales to add what it said is a “world-class” operation.
Watch: Report says major oil spill could cost Vancouver economy $1.2 billion
Vancouver's economy could suffer a $1.2-billion blow in case of a major oil spill caused by Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, concludes a new report released by the city.
RBC forced to scrap fee changes after backlash
Consumer advocates rejoiced after Royal Bank of Canada backed down on proposed fee changes that would have potentially charged consumers for the privilege of paying credit-card bills and their mortgages.
Pattie Lovett-Reid: Rising household debt levels only tell half the story
CTV's chief financial commentator agrees with a new Fraser Institute report: You have to account for assets when you talk debt levels.
Personal Investor: Spring brings a mortgage rate chill
After years of being warned that interest rates are on their way up, it seems Canadian homeowners are finally getting the message.
How much house can you REALLY afford? Hidden traps to avoid when you go mortgage shopping
The landscape is competitive, margins are being squeezed and mortgage rates have been lower for longer than anyone thought would have been the case. That has extended the life of the real estate market in key locations.
Personal Investor: Make your home renovation dollars pay off
Take it from a guy who’s tamed a few belt-sanders in his day: if you’re going to get your hands dirty make sure it pays off.
Build a work wardrobe from scratch without going broke
Score! You graduated university, completed a year-long post-grad diploma program, two summer internships and finally landed a contract replacing someone who went on mat-leave.
Personal Investor: What the U.S. Fed is saying about your portfolio
U.S. Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen may be a long way off in Washington, but she might be telling you it’s time to take some profits.
Personal Investor: Where’s my tax refund?
With the 2014 tax deadline behind us, the ball is now in the CRA’s court.
Hidden Savings: 10 banks with the highest interest rates that you've probably never heard of
Branchless banks offer by far the highest-interest, with daily rates usually beating even 5-year GICs at the Big 5.
Growing number of seniors account for Ontario insolvency filings: study
Seniors have the highest level of outstanding debt among people filing for insolvency in Ontario – including the largest balance of unpaid payday loans.

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