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Lower cellphone prices lead to bad service, Telus tells CRTC
Canada should heed the lessons learned in Europe about adopting rules intended to keep wireless prices low, the former head of Austria's telecom regulator has told the CRTC.
John Doyle: Canadian TV's phony war against Netflix. What exactly are we ...  The Globe and Mail
Canada Regulator Excludes Google, Netflix From TV Review  Businessweek
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Checked-bag fees may heighten carry-on chaos
They call out your row number and you finally get to board the plane. But before you can take a seat, you must fight through a crowded cabin to find room for your carry-on bags.
Air Canada begins crackdown on carry-on bags in Toronto ahead of new $25 fee  Financial Post
Air Canada begins crackdown on carry-on bags ahead of new fees  CTV News
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Canadian dollar falls as US greenback strengthens
The Canadian dollar was lower Tuesday as economic growth figures for July came in weaker than expected. A U.S. dollar that is strengthening against most currencies also helped push down the loonie.
GDP growth stalls in July, cutting analysts' expectations for the ...  Business in Vancouver
Loonie tumbles again amid GDP disappointment  The Globe and Mail
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Enbridge eyes growth opportunities outside of North American home base
CALGARY - Enbridge Inc. is eyeing new opportunities outside of its home base of North America, including early-stage plans to build a multibillion-dollar pipeline through Colombia.
Enbridge eyes gas, international projects in bid to diversify  The Globe and Mail
Enbridge says new Bakken pipeline delayed until 2017  Reuters
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Canadian watchdog says banks can withstand major housing downturn
By Jeffrey Hodgson. TORONTO (Reuters) - A recent system wide stress test confirmed Canadian banks could absorb the hit from a significant downturn in the country's booming housing market, the new head of Canada's banking regulator said on Tuesday.
Tough Rules Gave Canada Banks Advantage, Says OSFI's Rudin  Bloomberg
OSFI's Jeremy Rudin says top banking regulator won't rely on housing ...  Financial Post
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PayPal wary as Apple muscles into the payments game
When Apple decided to develop a payments system so people could use iPhones to buy items instead of debit or credit cards, the company bypassed EBay Inc.'s PayPal.
EBay follows Icahn's advice, plans PayPal spinoff in 2015  Reuters
EBay Going It Alone in Competitive Web-Commerce Market  Businessweek
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Ernst & Young Settles Over Audits of Sino-Forest, Second Chinese Company
TORONTO´┐ŻErnst & Young LLP agreed to pay 8 million Canadian dollars ($7.2 million) to settle allegations by Canada's biggest securities regulator that it didn't adequately audit the financial statements of Sino-Forest Corp.
UPDATE 1-Ernst & Young agrees to C$8 mln settlement in Sino-Forest audit  Reuters
Ernst & Young to pay $8M to settle with Ontario regulator  CTV News
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NCC wants anchor tenant for LeBreton Flats redevelopment
The National Capital Commission is turning to the private sector for ways to redevelop the next phase of Lebreton Flats but it says this time it wants an anchor tenant such as a national institution on the site.
LeBreton Flats could house museum or new hockey arena  580 CFRA Radio
NCC kicks off redevelopment process on LeBreton Flats  Ottawa Citizen
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Sask. urged to find 10 big projects for Asian investors
The Saskatchewan government should work to find 10 big "investment opportunities" for Asian investors in the province, an advisory report on trade says.
Saskatchewan aiming to triple exports to Asia by 2020: premier  CTV News
Sask. looks to strengthen ties with Asian countries  650 CKOM News Talk Radio
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New GO bus terminal at Union Station to link to transit hub
Metrolinx is teaming up with Montreal-based Ivanhoe Cambridge to build a new, larger GO bus terminal at Union Station, one that will become part of an integrated transport hub at the station.
$2-billion complex near Union Station to include new GO bus terminal  The Globe and Mail
New GO bus terminal and elevated park being planned at Union Station  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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