PRESS DIGEST- Canada- March 30
March 30 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
** As overall complaints to Canada's telecom ombudsman remain steady, Rogers Communications Inc has posted a significant drop in the number of times its customers take their gripes to the industry complaint body. The Federal Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services said in a midyear report that complaints relating to Rogers Communications was down 65 percent to 437 from the same period last year. (bit.ly/1Y0njpn)
** Prices for copper and oil are poised to fall, according to a report by Kevin Norrish, a widely followed analyst with Barclays PLC. (bit.ly/1WXkPYL)
** Credit rating agency DBRS Ltd delivered an upbeat assessment of Canada's big banks, arguing that the geographic diversity of their operations will help them navigate a weak Canadian economy and a struggling energy sector. (bit.ly/1qhSzWo)