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TSX advances on strong earnings reports, 'decent' Chinese growth data
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market racked up a solid gain for a fourth session Tuesday, supported in part by a well-received earnings report from Canadian Pacific Railway and data that shows Chinese economic growth slid to a five-year low in the latest ...
TSX advances as natural resource shares rise  Reuters Canada
CANADA STOCKS-TSX advances as natural resource shares rise  Reuters
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Staples stores in Northeast may have been breached
SAN FRANCISCO - The office supply chain Staples is investigating a possible breach of credit card data, a company spokesman said Tuesday.
No Easy Button Here: US Secret Service Investigates Staples Security Breach  ABC News
Staples investigates possible data breach  Los Angeles Times
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UPDATE 2-CP Rail earnings rise, operating ratio sets fresh record
(Adds analyst comment, market reaction, detail from conference call). Oct 21 (Reuters) - Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd reported higher third-quarter earnings and revenue on Tuesday as its operating ratio, a key efficiency measure, set a new record.
Canadian Pacific Railway Changes Course on CSX but Where Is It Headed?
Canadian Pacific Q3 profit, revenue up  Montreal Gazette
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B.C. set to announce tax rate for proposed LNG industry
VICTORIA - The British Columbia government will reveal its anticipated tax rate on the proposed liquefied natural gas industry today.
BC's LNG emissions law greenest, cleanest in the world: environment minister  The Daily Courier (subscription)
BC LNG tax regime announcement coming today
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Panel jams a stick between spokes of Ontario government's 'fiscal prudence'
A billion here, a billion there and pretty soon you're talking real money. The Ontario government is awash in so much red ink, a $2-billion hole in the budget may hardly matter (the deficit is forecast at $12.5-billion this year; $8.9-billion next; $5.3-billion in ...
Terence Corcoran: Fun and profit with Ontario's liquor and electricity ...  Financial Post
Time to transform the LCBO, blow up The Beer Store: Cohn  Toronto Star
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Ottawa issues new guidelines on piloting drones
As use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) grows, critics are calling for greater regulation. Photo: Robert MacPherson/AFP PHOTO/Files.
Ottawa issues new guidelines on use of drones  Mississauga
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Loonie jumps as China's GDP falls within expectations
The Canadian dollar jumped almost half a U.S. cent late morning Tuesday while commodity prices headed higher in the wake of Chinese growth data that came within expectations.
Canada Stocks Rise a 4th Day as Commodities Gain on China Data  Bloomberg
USD/CAD Exchange Rate Rebounds Slowly on US Home Sales  Future Currency Forecast
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Nova Star a 'disaster' says former head of Yarmouth ferry
The man at the helm of the company that once ran the Scotia Prince says Nova Scotia taxpayers will likely have to dig deep in order to keep the Nova Star sailing.
White Point Beach Resort sees growth potential for ferry  Yarmouth County Vanguard
Nova Scotia hasn't seen concrete proposals for Yarmouth to Maine ferry ...  Westman Journal
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Health problems might delay retirement for some Canadians, poll shows
Many Canadians can't retire when they want because of health issues, a new poll has found. According to Ipsos Reid, 70% of respondents said they were unable to stop working when they planned, with 41% of those saying personal health was the primary ...
The coming health benefits shock for retirees: Mayers  Toronto Star
Paying for health-care in old age is biggest worry among Canadians: Sun Life
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Surrey city government spends less per person than any other in Metro ...
A new report comparing per-capita spending among 17 Metro Vancouver municipalities says there are significant discrepancies across the region, with West Vancouver spending more than twice as much as Surrey.
Report ranks high spenders among Metro Vancouver cities  Surrey Leader
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