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PRINT PULLBACK: Rogers turns the page on magazine strategy
Rogers Communications Inc. is radically overhauling its magazine strategy, the latest signal of the publishing industry's retreat from print amid a steady erosion of advertising revenues.
Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing four publications
A look at leading Rogers publications Flare, Maclean's and Chatelaine  Montreal Gazette
Calgary Herald  
LNG Approval Shakes My Faith In The Trudeau Government's Values
As a progressive voter, it was disappointing to watch the sunset press conference -- hastily organized on the banks of the Fraser River earlier this week -- announcing the federal approval of Petronas' Pacific Northwest LNG project.
Elizabeth May says Tory 'culture' embedded in environmental reviews
Unproven competitiveness of upstream assets would hamper rumoured Petronas ...  Financial Post
Alberta's minimum wage now highest among provinces
No one turned into a pumpkin, but there was some magic when the clock struck midnight in Alberta today. As the calendar turned over to Oct. 1, tens of thousands of workers in the province got a raise.
Albertans armed with resumes line up for career fair in Edmonton
Alberta Labour Minister Christina Gray sings praises of NDP minimum wage ...  Calgary Sun
Canadian economy expands 0.5 per cent in July, beating expectations
OTTAWA - The Canadian economy beat expectations in July with fresh data showing it expanded 0.5 per cent as the country continued moving away from a contraction earlier in the year.
Economy on the rebound
Canada's economy surges for second month, bolsters outlook  The Globe and Mail
Montreal's exercise in frustration: A commute that's longer than ever
It didn't take long for reporter Andy Riga to end up sitting in slow- moving traffic. At this point, he was more bored than anything.
Lousy commute downtown for West Islanders, transport minister warns
Montreal just weeks away from congestion chaos
BlackBerry abdicates legacy with termination of in-house handset production
Canadian PressBlackBerry's decision to end in-house production of its iconic handsets this week is a historic low point for staunch supporters like Midas Letter's James West.
BlackBerry still a big hit in Indonesia  Toronto Star
John Chen says the disrupted BlackBerry will revive itself on #TheDisruptors  BetaKit
Alberta to introduce tax credit for investments in small businesses up until 2019
The Alberta government plans to introduce a tax credit for investments in small businesses in the fall sitting of the legislature.
Graham Thomson: Political poll results all in the eye of the beholder  Edmonton Journal
Milke: Despite the NDP's crowing, Alberta's economy is not OK  Calgary Herald
WestJet CEO calls London flights a success, despite problems
WestJet's CEO proclaimed the airline's expansion to Europe as one of the best decisions made in its 20-year history, despite mechanical problems and passenger complaints.
Air Canada Can Rise 50% And Fetches 3x Earnings  Barron's
Why is it so expensive to fly in Canada?  The Runner
All four lanes of Plessis underpass open to motorists
All four lanes of the Plessis underpass are now open to motorists, a year and a half after the $88-million project was supposed to be completed.
Plessis Underpass finally complete  Winnipeg Sun
All Four Lanes of Plessis Underpass Finally Open  CKNW News Talk 980
Saskatchewan minimum wage increases as of Saturday
There's welcome news for minimum-wage earners in Saskatchewan - and those who want to see the province grow. The provincial government this week reminded employees and employers that Saskatchewan's minimum wage increases by 22 cents to ...
Let's aim for happy medium on minimum wage  Brandon Sun
NL minimum wage lowest in country as of October 1  Muse