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US, European airlines halt Israel flights after Gaza rocket strike Tel Aviv airport
Airlines blocked flights to Israel on Wednesday after a Gaza rocket struck near airport runways, as the UN chief urged an end to a conflict that has killed 639 Palestinians and 31 Israelis.
Carriers cancel Israel flights  iAfrica.com
Flights to Tel Aviv canceled  Philly.com
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Coca-Cola: Sales decline as demand slows
Coca-Cola's second-quarter sales missed estimates yesterday as the largest beverage company reported sluggish demand for juice and Diet Coke in North America.
Coke's sales miss estimates as Diet Coke flags  SunHerald.com
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Graydon misses deadline to pay BCLC disputed portion of salary
It appears the former top boss of the BC Lottery Corporation has missed a government-imposed deadline to pay back thousands of dollars after he was found in a conflict of interest for accepting a new position at a private gaming firm.
Former chief of BC Lottery Corporation misses deadline to repay portion of ...  The Globe and Mail
Former BCLC chief yet to return disputed payout  Vancouver Sun
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Phone Stocks Underperform in Canada as Rogers Faces Competition
Canadian telecommunications companies, including Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI/B), are on pace for their worst performance in five years as investors worry government regulations and more competition will weigh on profits.
Analysts say Rogers job cuts could be good if they lead to revitalization  Times Colonist
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China Detains 5 in Shanghai Husi Food Violations Probe
The Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Public Security said on its official microblog on Wednesday that the detentions were connected to Shanghai Husi Food Co.
China's latest food scandal the first to ensnare the likes of McDonald ...  The Globe and Mail
Testing times for foreign fast-food chains  People's Daily Online
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$100m Ponzi scheme snared 200 victims
A former notary public who bilked scores of Metro Vancouver investors of more than $100 million has been found by securities regulators to have run a Ponzi scheme.
South Asian Notary Told One Big Lie In $110 Million Fraud Scheme, Says BCSC  South Asian Link
Former notary public engaged in $100 million fraud: securities commission  Vancouver Sun
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Anti-homelessness group urges Ottawa to turn over funds
A Montreal anti-homelessness group is urging the federal government to change strategies and free up $3.2 million dollars for Montreal tied up in negotiations.
Montreal groups say feds blocking homeless funds  CBC.ca
Debate over best solution to Montreal's homeless problem  Globalnews.ca
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Batteries a boost to grid
Thanks to what's being called a mechanical battery, Ontario's electricity system can store excess energy for the first time.
Company in Minto to start storing energy for when it's needed  CTV News
First Of Its Kind Energy Company Opens In Harriston  BlackburnNews.com
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CN earnings help lift TSX to record high
TORONTO (CP) - A strong earnings report from Canadian National Railway helped push the Toronto stock market to a fresh record high close Tuesday as traders put geopolitical concerns aside for the moment and concentrated on the health of corporate ...
CANADA STOCKS-CN Rail results help drive TSX to record high  Reuters
Stocks advance, tensions over downed jetliner ease  CTV News
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Geopolitical tensions seen keeping oil prices high
The price of oil fell slightly Tuesday but experts see geopolitical tensions preventing any significant short-term declines. U.S. benchmark crude for August delivery fell 17 cents to $104.42 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
Oil slips slightly, but geopolitical tensions seen preventing any ...  570 News
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