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CIBC admits overcharging on some investment fees since 2002
CIBC has settled with the Ontario Securities Commission after admitting that its investment business had been accidentally overcharging some of its customers for as much as 14 years.
CIBC plans to compensate mutual fund, investment clients; OSC hearing Friday  CTV News
Wednesday's TSX breakouts: An undervalued stock with growth expected to ramp ...
Today, the S&P/TSX composite index may find itself under pressure, once again, with the price of oil futures breaking below the $50 (U.
TSX falls as earnings misses, oil price fall weigh  Reuters Canada
TSX dips as financials, telecoms offset resource stock gains  Financial Post
NEB cuts long-term oil price, production outlook
The National Energy Board has downgraded its long-term outlook for oil prices and Canadian production in the face of lower global industry costs and stricter environmental regulations.
National Energy Board releases update to its long-term energy outlook  Edmonton Journal
We stand by our math: National Energy Board (subscription)
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HALIFAX -- Atlantic Canadian governments have both intervened too much in the running of their lottery corporation and failed to provide appropriate guidance, resulting in costly losses, according to a joint audit that examined the operation of the ...
Atlantic Lottery Corporation needs to improve how it governs: report
Audit finds political interference, questionable spending at Atlantic Lottery  MetroNews Canada
Muskrat Falls unrest simmered for years: a look back at methylmercury concerns
Concerns over methylmercury contamination at Muskrat Falls boiled over this month, but tensions around the multi-billion dollar hydroelectric project in Labrador have been percolating for years.
Indigenous leaders tell Muskrat Falls protesters to “go home”  The Globe and Mail
Early morning deal over #MuskratFalls has pleased some, others not so much  APTN National News
Storms hamper attempt to clean up, contain fuel spill off BC coast
BELLA BELLA, B.C. - Officials say booms containing a fuel spill from a sunken tug off British Columbia's central coast have been replaced, but clean up crews continue to face harsh weather as they attempt to work in the area.
Sinking prompts rethink
Complaints about short-term rentals on the rise in Vancouver
As a result, enforcement is being ramped up, certain criteria has to be met before bylaw officers come knocking on doors. “In 2016, of the 55 complaints, 28 of them were for multiple listings”.
Airbnb properties with complaints now achieving compliance with city bylaws  MetroNews Canada
Complaints about short-term rentals spike in Vancouver  News1130
Ballard Reports Third Quarter 2016 Results
VANCOUVER, Oct. 25, 2016 /CNW/ - Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX: BLD) today announced its consolidated financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2016.
Wednesday's small-cap stocks to watch  The Globe and Mail
Ballard Closes Landmark Joint Venture Deal For Local Production of Fuel Cell ...  Stockhouse
CN Rail recalls laid-off workers to handle bumper crop
MONTREAL—Canadian National Railway Co. says it has recalled laid-off employees to handle the start of what is expected to be bumper grain crops in Canada and the United States.
Why Bill Gates Loves Canadian National Railway Company  The Motley Fool Canada
CN Rail slightly raises outlook for 2016 despite dip in third quarter ...  Financial Post
Louisbourg hub school society vows plan not dead
A community group pushing for a hub school in Louisbourg says it won't accept defeat. The George D. Lewis Hub School Society submitted a proposal to the Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board last spring, in a effort to prevent the school from ...
Louisbourg hub snub: George D. Lewis School to close next year  Shelburne County Coastguard