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Adidas to sell CCM to Toronto-based firm for $110 million US
German sportswear manufacturer Adidas has announced an agreement to sell its CCM hockey-equipment subsidiary to a Canadian firm for $110 million US.
Adidas sells hockey brand CCM to Birch Hill for $110-million  The Globe and Mail
Adidas Lifts Outlook for Sales, Earnings  Bloomberg  
Total's refusal to pay Fort Hills bills marks new twist in Big Oil's hasty ...
Suncor Energy Inc.'s dispute with French oil major Total S.A. over costs at the nearly-competed, $17-billion Fort Hills oilsands mine marks a new twist in the hasty departure of international oil companies from the Alberta deposits.
French oil giant Total cuts off funding for Fort Hills project, Suncor says  The Globe and Mail
Suncor Energy in commercial dispute with Total SA over Fort Hills project  BNN
City files 60 charges against Balmoral Hotel owners for bylaw violations
The City of Vancouver announced today (July 27) that it has filed 60 charges in B.C. Provincial Court against the owners of the Balmoral Hotel on East Hastings Street.
Vancouver files 60 civil charges against Balmoral owner  MetroNews Canada
Vancouver files charges against owners of hotel deemed uninhabitable  Times Colonist
Most actively traded companies on the TSX
Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Oil and gas. Up 94 cents, or 9.45 per cent, to $10.89 on 7.9 million shares. The Calgary-based company reported a second-quarter profit of $2.64 billion, or $2.37 per share, including a $1.8-billion non-cash revaluation ...
TSX up moderately on rising energy prices, loonie takes back some gains  CTV News
At the open: TSX gains on broad bounce; Wall Street opens at record high  The Globe and Mail
Trump, Republicans kill border tax plan
President Donald Trump had sent mixed signals about the tax on imports, but it lacked support in Congress. The announcement comes less than a month before the formal opening of negotiations on revisions to NAFTA.
Trump and GOP leaders agree to drop border-adjustment tax from reform  Los Angeles Times
Trump and Congress offer vague tax guidelines  National Post
Pearson ground crew members vote on contract offer, could go on strike
About 700 ground crew workers at Canada's busiest airport could go on strike Thursday night if they vote to reject a contract offer from their employer.
Pearson ground crew votes on contract offer, could go on strike  CTV News
Birmingham Airport CHAOS as staff sickness causes long delays and lost luggage
Ontario's back in the coal business
We have a question for Premier Kathleen Wynne. Would Ontario be back in the coal business if she hadn't sold off majority control of Hydro One in a fire sale, to shore up her cash-starved government?
Would it hurt?  Brantford Expositor
Facts Stack Up Against Government Policy  Cornwall Seaway News
Workers at 2nd Winnipeg Tim Hortons vote to unionize
Employees at a Tim Hortons in Winnipeg have voted to unionize. Workers United Canada Council said 15 people at the Lombard Avenue location have agreed to unionize with them, the second group of Tim Hortons employees to do so in the city.
Second Group of Winnipeg Tim Hortons Workers Vote to Unionize
Workers at a Tim Hortons in Winnipeg vote to unionize, second group to do so  Cape Breton Post
Western Forest Products indefinitely curtails Vancouver Island sawmill
VANCOUVER - Western Forest Products Inc. (TSX:WEF) says it's indefinitely curtailing operations at one of its mills on Vancouver Island.
Western Forest Products Inc (TSE:WEF) Scheduled to Post Earnings on Wednesday  Week Herald
Western Forest Products Inc - Receive News & Ratings Daily  BBNS
Proposal to start planning a Richmond to Chilliwack passenger train shot down ...
FILE PHOTO The editorial boards of The Vancouver Sun and The Province met with Delta mayor Lois Jackson to discuss the Massey Tunnel Replacement Project.
Delta not even given five minutes, complains mayor  Delta-Optimist
Mayors' Council puts brakes on Delta mayor's proposed Richmond ...