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Canada Dollar Gains From Lowest in Week Amid Fed Speculation
The Canadian dollar climbed from the lowest point in a week against its U.S. peer as the Federal Reserve concludes a two-day meeting that may signal when the central bank will slow stimulus.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Poloz Seen Signaling Low Rate to Stay in Canada Speech
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will probably use his first public speech since taking office today to stress that rebuilding business investment is a key challenge, suggesting he won't tighten monetary policy soon.
Tim Hortons Gains After Scout Capital Buys Stake
Tim Hortons Inc., Canada 's largest fast-food chain, had its biggest gain in six weeks after Scout Capital Management LLC bought a 5.5 percent stake in the company.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Oakville teens charged after relay runners robbed
Two Oakville teens are facing charges after runners in an overnight relay race were held up with a BB gun, Saturday, in the area of Fourth Line and Lakeshore Road West.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
When school's out, many children go hungry; summer lunch program plugs gap
Children eat lunch in an undated handout photo. Chef Michael Smith, an advocate for the summer lunch program Feeding Our Future, says one million children who depend on school lunch programs for basic nutrition simply go without once their schools close down for the summer.
Globe and Mail
'Diamond in the rough' Porsche ready to howl
Enthusiasts hanging over the trackside fence at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park to watch this weekend's Canadian Historic Grand Prix will be treated to a noisy, nose-to-tail and wheel-to-wheel, high-velocity stream of veteran machinery taking part in one of North America's premier vintage events.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Annual Veteran Fishing Derby this Saturday
The 3rd Annual Host a Veteran Fishing Derby on June 15th 2013 is a wonderful opportunity to show Military Veterans you 'Salute their Service to Canada'.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Green Gables limits open hours
Stephanie and Peter Atkinson, from Oakville, Ont, arrived at Green Gables in Cavendish Monday, only to discover the site closed to visitors.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Oakville boy faces charges in pellet gun shooting
A 15-year-old Oakville boy is facing charges after a group of youths were fired on with a pellet gun in the plaza at 2296 Lakeshore Rd. W., Thursday evening.
The Globe and Mail
Holly Cole says her car is 'sexy as hell'
Her CDs Girl Talk and Don't Smoke in Bed went platinum in Canada; Blame It On My Youth went gold in Canada and Japan; Temptation, Dark Dear Heart, Romantically Helpless went gold in Canada Other peformance dates: June 22, Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, Oakville, Ont.; June 27-29, Jazz Festival Theatre du Nouveau Monde, Montreal; July 5, ... (more)
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Ride for Dad raises funds for prostate cancer
The thunderous sound of quickly working combustion chambers will be multiplied a hundredfold when nearly 400 motorcycle riders come through town - all to make men pay attention.
PROFIT Magazine Ranks Keyora Inc. on the 2013 PROFIT 500
Published in the Summer issue of PROFIT Magazine and online at PROFITguide.com, the PROFIT 500 ranks Canadian businesses by their revenue growth over five years.
Monica Stacey-Bellows walks Mia along Griffin Drive Tuesday. Despite the warm temperature, Stacey-Bellows, had her umbrella ready in case of a downpour.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Candidates begin eyeing new riding
A new Oakville North-Burlington riding has yet to be created - at least officially, though it's under study - but already political contenders are jockeying for position in hopes of representing the area.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Poloz to face questions over stumbling economy as he takes Bank of Canada helm
Stephen Poloz is inheriting an economy that is stumbling, but still managing to look respectful compared to many other advanced nations.
SNC-Lavalin hopes Algeria police raid will help to shed light on wrongdoing
Lavalin hopes a recent raid of its headquarters in Algeria will shed light on a global corruption scheme that has sullied the Canadian engineering company's reputation.
Sat Jun 01, 2013
Albany Times Union
Pro soccer players love retirement community life
Professional soccer players Diana Matheson and Robyn Gayle live rent-free in a spacious apartment while they're playing for the Washington Spirit.
Fri May 31, 2013
Acme Mills Company improves Margins and Inventory with INDUSTRIOS manufacturing software
INDUSTRIOS Software, Inc., developer of INDUSTRIOS manufacturing software, was their partner of choice.
Thu May 30, 2013
Guide Dogs good for the soul
Sandy Lecour, who is vision impaired, received a canine vision dog from the Lion's Club of Canada a year ago.
Second pellet gun shooting in Oakville
Police are investigating after another Oakville youth was fired at with a pellet gun in the area of Pilgrims Way and Windrush Drive, Wednesday evening.