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Loblaw verifying accuracy of coin-counting machines
Company is looking into it after TD Bank got rid of similar machines from its branches over allegations that they've been nickel-and-diming customers.
TD Bank coin-counting scandal actuates Loblaw to re-examine its machine  E Canada Now
Goldcorp post loss, Teck posts profit
Goldcorp. (TSX:G) shares were getting hammered today, following a second quarter financial report on July 27 in which the Vancouver gold miner reported a $78 million loss.
TSX ekes out gain on busy, mixed earnings day  Reuters Canada
Slight Stumble for Stocks at Start
Potash Corp. slashes dividend again; cuts full-year profit forecast
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. has slashed its dividend for the second time this year as it continues to struggle with a glutted market for its namesake product.
Potash Corp cuts profit forecast and slashes dividend, but says market has ...  Financial Post
Potash Corp. shares buffeted by weak Q2 report, reduced dividend  CTV News
Royal Bank usurps JD Power crown from TD
Royal Bank of Canada has taken the top spot among the big banks in an influential annual survey of customer satisfaction, knocking off Toronto-Dominion Bank, which had held the honour for 10 consecutive years.
RBC tops TD in latest JD Power banking customer satisfaction survey
Consumers now like RBC best, snapping decade-long winning streak by Toronto ...  Financial Post
Suncor proposes leaving oilsands in ground to cut GHG emission intensity
CALGARY - A proposal by oilsands giant Suncor Energy to leave some of its more difficult-to-produce reserves in the ground, to reduce emissions and costs, is being endorsed by environmentalists - but not by rival producer Cenovus Energy.
Suncor explores possibility of leaving oil in ground
Despite losses, oil-sands producers say cost cutting could spur expansion  The Globe and Mail
Tim Hortons plans expansion into Philippines
Restaurant Brands International, the multinational owner and operator of Tim Hortons and Burger King, said it has partnered with a group of investors to sell the fast food restaurant's coffee and doughnuts in the Philippines.
Tim Hortons to expand to Philippines  Nation's Restaurant News
Tim Hortons will deliver coffee to the Philippines
North American markets hold steady ahead of Bank of Japan policy meeting
TORONTO -- North American stock markets ended Thursday with little change, as traders awaited to see if the Bank of Japan will be spurred into action to help stimulate its lagging economy.
TSX, Wall Street slump on mixed earnings and weak economic data  Financial Post
Wall Street falls on disappointing earnings, weak data
'Problematic conditions' in Regina, Saskatoon housing markets: CMHC
Canada's national housing agency rang more alarm bells about Vancouver's real estate sector after it released a report Wednesday saying there is now strong evidence of problematic conditions in the city.
Instead of meddling with foreign demand, we should be freeing up urban land ...  The Globe and Mail
Housing intervention shouldn't be 'political' or about 'show ...
TransCanada CEO says climate change policies not the answer for struggling ...
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TransCanada profit tops forecasts; says asset sale plan on track  The Globe and Mail
TransCanada Q2 profit falls 14% as it absorbs U.S. company  Calgary Herald
Ontario spent $70 million on its now-defunct pension plan, 11 per cent of that ...
All told, Ontario's aborted pension plan cost $70 million before a single penny of contributions was collected, the province revealed Thursday.
Ontario spent $70M on unneeded pension plan, including severance costs  CTV News
Ontario spent $70-million to create provincial pension plan  The Globe and Mail