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GM in line for $200-million in support from Ontario, Ottawa
General Motors of Canada Co. stands to be eligible for more than $200-million in funding from the federal and Ontario governments after agreeing to spend $550-million at factories in Oshawa and St. Catharines.
Auto talks shift focus to Fiat Chrysler  Toronto Star
Fiat Chrysler, Unifor begin negotiations on new contract  CBC.ca
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Five Debate Storylines to Watch
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
How To Watch A Debate Without Bias  WBUR
Monday's TSX breakouts: This defensive security has a stable distribution ...
On Friday, North American equity markets closed lower and these losses look like they will extend into Monday. This week may be quite volatile.
TSX falls in broad retreat, Wall Street drops ahead of Clinton-Trump debate  bnn.ca
Stocks Close Negative  Baystreet.ca
Feds monitoring weak economy, could take action as early as fall: Morneau
OTTAWA - Canada's finance minister is hinting the federal government could take steps as early as this autumn's economic update to help the economy at a time of slower-than-expected growth.
Ottawa to assess stimulus program impact in November after Canada's ...  Financial Post
Finance minister 'pleased' by banks' restrictions on foreign ...  The Globe and Mail
Mi'kmaq protesters block entrance at proposed natural gas storage site
FORT ELLIS, N.S. - Mi'kmaq protesters are blocking the entrance to a construction site near proposed underground natural gas storage caverns in Nova Scotia.
Mi'kmaq, Stop Alton Gas supporters hold sit-in at Alton Gas site  Enfield Weekly Press
TransCanada unit offers to buy Columbia Pipeline Partners
TransCanada Corp said on Monday its unit, Columbia Pipeline Group, offered to buy Columbia Pipeline Partners LP for about $848-million in cash.
TransCanada offers US$848M to buy rest of Columbia Pipeline  bnn.ca
TransCanada bids $848M US to buy rest of Columbia Pipeline Partnership  CBC.ca
Saskatchewan's minimum wage going up 22 cents in October
Someone who works 40 hours a week at minimum wage will gross $428.80, $8.80 more than the current rate. The annual income, before taxes and other deductions, would be $22,298.
Sask. minimum wage to go up Oct. 1  CBC.ca
Saskatchewan's minimum wage set to rise 22 cents an hour to $10.72  CTV News
Cindy Klassen pool temporarily closed
Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex pool is temporarily closed for maintenance due to fouling. The City of Winnipeg has advised the public that the pool, which is located at 999 Sargent Avenue, will be closed until further notice due to the unscheduled ...
'Fouling' closes swimming pool at Cindy Klassen Recreation Complex  CBC.ca
Cindy Klassen Rec Centre Pool Closed  CKNW News Talk 980
Corporate Canada lacks courage, Deloitte poll suggests
Corporate Canada is a timid place full of risk-averse leaders and it's hurting the bottom line, says a new study that found that just 11 per cent of businesses in Canada are “truly courageous.
Business am: Deloitte says Canadian businesses lack courage, Magna and ...  Montreal Gazette
Canada's Economy Stalled By Spineless Business Leaders, Report Says  Huffington Post Canada
Saskatoon Transit union vows no job action while talks going on
Union president Jim Yakubowski says he's still interested in sitting down at the table with the City of Saskatoon. This weekend, Saskatoon Transit workers voted against accepting the city's latest offer by 92.4 per cent.
Vast majority of transit workers don't want to vote on city's offer  CTV News
Saskatoon's transit union rejects latest offer  620 CKRM.com