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Pearson ground crew strike continues after union votes 98% against Swissport ...
The union representing some 700 baggage handlers, cabin cleaners and other ground crew has voted overwhelmingly against a contract offer by Swissport, meaning workers won't be ending their work stoppage, which has gone on four weeks already.
Ground crew workers at Pearson vote against new offer  CTV News
Striking Pearson ground crew vote overwhelmingly to reject new deal  Toronto Star
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Robo-adviser Wealthsimple launches investment portfolio for observant Muslims
TORONTO - Robo-adviser Wealthsimple has launched a new investment portfolio for observant Muslims, a move the company says builds off its success targeting smaller, underserviced groups of investors.
Wealthsimple Rolls Out Sharia-Compliant Portfolio  Barron's
Saskatoon ranked as fourth most unsafe city in Canada: poll
Canadians voted Saskatoon as the fourth unsafe city in the country, according to a new Mainstreet Research survey released Wednesday.
The City Canadians Think Is Safest Actually Has A Rising Crime Rate  Huffington Post Canada
Charlottetown considered 2nd safest city in Canada, poll finds  CBC.ca
Wild BC salmon at risk after thousands of invasive farmed fish escape nets
Experts warn local species of salmon could be at risk after thousands of invasive Atlantic salmon escaped from a fish farm on the Pacific, an incident the company blames on the solar eclipse.
Thousands of Atlantic salmon escape from fish farm into Pacific  The Guardian
Canada's fisheries department monitoring US fish spill  Times Colonist
RBC profit buoys outlook for Canadian banks
Neither interest-rate uncertainty nor hot-and-cold Canadian housing markets could shake Royal Bank of Canada from a steady path toward stronger growth.
Royal Bank sees benefit from closing some city branches, reinvests in digital  Financial Post
Royal Bank of Canada Posts a Strong Q3 and Increases its Dividend by 5%  The Motley Fool Canada
Varcoe: For Alberta, economic recovery collides with listless energy prices
Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci presented the Q1 fiscal update for 2017-18 at the Alberta Legislature on Wednesday August 23, 2017.
Sluggish oil prices continue to plague Alberta's bottom line: fiscal update  Financial Post
Alberta burns through half of financial cushion built into budget, but ...  The Globe and Mail
Video of Alberta Carl's Jr. co-owner violating health regulations spurred AHS ...
WATCH: A selection of video shot by a former employee shows a co-owner of a Red Deer-area Carl's Jr. restaurant violating the province's food regulations.
'Disgusting behaviour' caught on video at fast food restaurant in ...  Yahoo News Canada (blog)
Restaurateurs see a reminder in burger place's food safety issue  BCLocalNews
Royal Bank reports $2.8-billion profit for Q3, announces dividend increase
TORONTO - Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY) is reporting nearly $2.8 billion of net income for its fiscal third quarter and an unexpectedly large increase to its quarterly dividend.
Royal Bank of Canada boosted by sharp rise in wealth management profits  Reuters
CPP changes will disqualify 243000 from Guaranteed Income Supplement: report
The federal government's plans to enhance the Canada Pension Plan will ultimately bump 243,000 low-income Canadians from qualifying for the Guaranteed Income Supplement, according to the latest report from Canada's chief actuary.
CPP reform to help lift plan's assets above $15 trillion by 2090: analysis  BCLocalNews
Energy East Pipeline review decision greeted as victory by environmentalists
Members of Stop Energy East Halifax protest outside the library in Halifax on Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. In a decision cheered by environmentalists but considered a setback by the oil industry, Canada's national energy regulator says it will allow wider ...
NEB to assess climate issues in Energy East pipeline review  The Globe and Mail
Environmentalists cheer, industry jeers: NEB to examine climate change in ...  Ottawa Citizen