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Bank of Canada's Poloz says rise of global trade poses challenge for inflation ...
BELLINGHAM, Wash - Central banks may find it more challenging to maintain inflation targets as the world economy becomes more integrated with increased international trade, the head of the Bank of Canada said on Monday.
Why it's going to be damned hard to double your money  The Globe and Mail
Rise of global trade making life more difficult for central bankers, Poloz says  Vancouver Sun
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Rogers, Shaw shutting down Shomi streaming service 2 years after launch
Shomi announced Monday it was shutting down at the end of November, two years after the video-on-demand service launched amid hopes of thriving in a hyper-competitive market.
Video-streaming service Shomi to shut down at end of November  The Globe and Mail
Canadian streaming service Shomi shutting down  Toronto Star
Liberals consider ending costly Canada Savings Bond program
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is seriously considering an end to the Canada Savings Bond program in his next federal budget, Radio-Canada has learned.
Ottawa could take action to kick-start the economy as early as the fall: Morneau  CTV News
Ottawa to assess stimulus program impact in November after economic growth ...  Financial Post
Mi'kmaq protesters continue sit-in at proposed site for natural gas storage
ORT ELLIS, N.S. - A protest organizer says Mi'kmaq and local residents are continuing a sit-in this morning at the entrance of a construction site near proposed natural gas storage caverns in Nova Scotia.
protesters block AltaGas from work site near Stewiacke  CBC.ca
Mi'kmaq protesters block access to proposed NS natural gas storage site  The Globe and Mail
Amazon raises stakes as retailers battle for customers online
Amazon.com Inc. is raising the stakes in Canada's e-commerce landscape by launching free same-day delivery for its Prime members in Toronto and Vancouver just ahead of the busy holiday shopping season.
Amazon announces free same-day delivery in Toronto to Prime customers  Toronto Star
Amazon launches same-day delivery in Toronto, Vancouver  Financial Post
Ottawa poised to rule on major BC natural gas project
The federal cabinet is poised to decide whether to approve a major project to export liquefied natural gas from northern British Columbia.
Green light no guarantee that $36 billion LNG project a go  Business in Vancouver
Don't 'sabotage' Canada on LNG, says BC business group  Vancouver Sun
Ontario cancels plans for more green energy citing strong electricity supply
Ontario's energy ministry is cancelling plans to sign contracts for up to 1,000 megawatts of power from solar, wind and other renewable energy sources to help keep rates down for consumers.
Ontario Suspends Large Renewable Energy Procurement  Government of Ontario News
Ontario says to scale back renewable energy purchases  Reuters Canada
How the US presidential election affects Windsor
University of Windsor political scientists Lydia Miljan and Sarah Dunphy spoke at a panel discussion on the U.S presidential debate.
Trump has ruined political science, U of W prof says  Windsor Star
Feds and province needed for $1-billion Yellowhead Trail overhaul, says city
The construction and congestion along the Yellowhead Trail seems never-ending. Nowhere is that more evident than at the intersection of 127th Street.
Plan to convert Yellowhead Trail into freeway proving controversial  CTV News
Edmonton mayor meets with local businesses to discuss potential revamp of ...  Globalnews.ca
City of Toronto extending green light times at congested intersections to ...
WATCH ABOVE: Some of the worst intersections in the city will see 15 additional seconds during green lights. The change is one part of a larger plan to reduce gridlock during rush hours.
City identifies 10 busiest intersections  CTV News
Road safety advocates unhappy with John Tory's plan to fight congestion  MetroNews Canada