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TSX advances with gold miners, Valeant
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index climbed on Monday to its highest in a week as shares of gold miners rose with the bullion price and Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc (VRX.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Bridge River Lillooet News
TSX stages third its straight triple-digit advance  Times Colonist
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B.C. government 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.
Vaughn Palmer: Emissions tax plan put forward, but the devil's in the ...  Vancouver Sun
Petronas Said to Test Bank Interest for $12 Billion Debt  Businessweek
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Canadian Pacific ends railroad merger talks with CSX
Canadian Pacific on Monday said exploratory talks with CSX about the two railroads merging had ended. CP said a combination with CSX, the main railroad in the eastern part of the US, could have improved customer service and alleviated congestion in ...
CP Rail sets sights on new targets after CSX merger talks fail  The Globe and Mail
Canadian Pacific Railway ends merger talks with CSX  Reuters
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Russian ship towed to Canadian port
A Russian container ship carrying several hundred tonnes of fuel and diesel has finally been towed to a western Canadian port after drifting for days amid fears it would sink and trigger an environmental disaster.
Federal Conservatives under fire after 'blind luck' keeps drifting ...  The Daily Courier (subscription)
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Canada's Wholesale Sales Unexpectedly Rise To Near Record In August
Canada's wholesale sales unexpectedly increased in August, coming in at the second-highest amid gains in machinery, wood as well as metal products.
Loonie closes lightly lower as traders await BoC rate announcement  The Globe and Mail
Wholesale sales up 0.2 per cent to $53.1 billion in August: Statistics Canada  680 News
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Vancouver's COPE promises to put an end to 'renovictions'
VANCOUVER -- Renters in Vancouver need better protection from being evicted when landlords want to renovate apartment suites, COPE mayoral candidate Meena Wong said Monday.
COPE would put up red tape to stop renovictions in Vancouver  MetroNews Canada
Coalition of Progressive Electors mayoral candidate promises to ban renovictions
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Funding announced for an additional 1200 supportive living spaces
Premier Jim Prentice says the government will provide funding to help create an additional 1,200 supportive living spaces. He made the announcement at a press conference on Oct. 17, 2014 at McDougall Centre in Calgary.
Alberta to spend $180M on more continuing care beds
Prentice makes latest promise to seniors with 1200 supportive care spaces  660 News
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Conference Board of Canada sees bounce-back for city's economy
WINNIPEG'S economy lost a bit of steam this year, but an anticipated increase in manufacturing and construction activity should provide a nice rebound in 2015, according to the latest economic forecast from the Conference Board of Canada.
At 3.2 per cent, Vancouver economic growth expected to lag western counterparts  Vancouver Sun
Edmonton's economic outlook strong says conference board  MetroNews Canada
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Ackman, Valeant lawyers say Allergan CEO oversaw campaign to discredit ...
BOSTON (Reuters) - Billionaire investor William Ackman, whose fund is the largest shareholder in Allergan Inc. <AGN.N>, and Valeant Pharmaceuticals <VRX.
Paulson Said to Urge Shire-Allergan Merger as AbbVie Talks End  Bloomberg
Valeant considering higher bid for Allergan after reporting strong Q3 results  CTV News
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Canada welcomes Moody's maintaining Canada's AAA credit rating
OTTAWA, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) -- Canada welcomed the latest report by rating agency Moody's, which maintains Canada's AAA credit rating, a senior Canadian official said Monday.
Moody's concerned about household debt, house prices, maintains Canada ...  Cape Breton Post
Moody's concerned about Canada's household debt  Toronto Star
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