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15 years after Nortel peaked, investors are still making the same mistakes
TORONTO - It was 15 years ago this month when Nortel Networks' shares hit an all-time high of $124.50 on Toronto's stock market.
China worry hits Canada's TSX hard  Reuters Canada
The close: TSX breaks below 14000  The Globe and Mail
Calgary Herald  
Restaurant Brands' Profit Declines, but Revenue Rises
The return of Chicken Fries was a deep-fried success for Burger King. Its parent, Restaurant Brands International, said on Monday that sales rose 7.9 percent at Burger King sites in the United States and Canada in the second quarter, a gain it ...
Cost-cutting measures pay off for Tim Hortons with positive results  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Fast-food giant beats analysts' predictions  Irish Independent
Regulator finds TransAlta breached the rules in power price-fixing case
A woman walks towards the entrance of the TransAlta headquarters building in Calgary, on Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Larry MacDougal / THE CANADIAN PRESS.
TransAlta manipulated market: Alberta ruling
Alberta Utilities Commission Releases Decision in MSA and TransAlta Case  SYS-CON Media (press release)
Oil industry shelves $200B in spending as oil sands face 2 more years of austerity
A major global energy consultant says Canada's oil sands won't see a snap back in spending on new projects until 2017. As crude languishes almost 50 percent below year-ago levels, Wood Mackenzie says more than $200 billion US in new spending has ...
Key Canada Events: Week of July 27 to July 31  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Oil Sands: Is Utah The New Alberta?
Bombardier signs $400-million maintenance deal
People walk outside a Bombardier plant in Montreal, Thursday, May 14, 2015. Ryan Remiorz / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Bombardier Wins Contract to Provide 30-Years of Vehicle Maintenance for the ...  MarketWatch
Bombardier wins $403M Eglinton Crosstown maintenance contract
Marret Resource Corp. Releases Q2 2015 Financial Statements
TORONTO, ONTARIO, Jul 27, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Marret Resource Corp. (MAR) ("Marret" or the "Company") announces that it has reported a total comprehensive income for the six months ended June 30, 2015 of $3.9 million or $0.22 per ...
CI Financial committed to struggling Marret  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Drought level increased in parts of British Columbia, crews make progress on ...
Despite much being showered with much needed rain this weekend, British Columbia is increasing the drought level in more parts of the province.
BC drought puts stress on businesses dependent on water  The Globe and Mail
Drought level increased in South Thompson, three other areas of southern ...  InfoTel News Ltd
Tory announces TTC service improvements
Mayor John Tory was at Finch Station Monday to announce increased off-peak service for 33 of Toronto's busiest bus and streetcar routes.
John Tory announces restoration of 33 bus routes cut under Rob Ford
33 TTC bus and streetcar route services to be improved  Toronto Star
Perks advertised for TransLink's next CEO raise eyebrows
Does the head of Metro Vancouver's transit provider really need a $14,400 transportation allowance? That's the question being raised by critics who say they're baffled by the salary and perks being advertised to attract TransLink's next CEO.
Controversy brews over new Translink CEO's possible pay in BC  The Globe and Mail
Help wanted: TransLink posts CEO ad for transit authority's top job  The Province
Warnings from Mimico Creek's oil spill
Toronto Wildlife Centre (TWC) has released the last of the 111 oil-smothered ducks rescued from Mimico Creek after a spill from an overturned truck, but enviros say the threat to wildlife is far from over.
Toronto Wildlife Centre returns ducks rescued from oil spill to Mimico Creek
Remaining ducks released back into wild after Mimico Creek oil spill  680 News