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Air Canada joins WestJet in charging $25 checked bag fee for domestic flights
MONTREAL - Air Canada has joined rival WestJet Airlines in charging a $25 fee for first checked bags on domestic flights. The fee applies to passengers booking the lowest economy class Tango fares, as of Thursday for flights as of Nov. 2.
Air Canada adds $25 checked bag fee for economy travel  CBC.ca
Air Canada adds new bag fee, following WestJet  Reuters Canada
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US STOCKS-Wall Street set to open higher, S&P 500 eyes record
... * Futures up: Dow 44 pts, S&P 6 pts, Nasdaq 13 pts (Updates prices, adds comment). By Rodrigo Campos. NEW YORK, Sept 18 (Reuters) - U.S.
TSX set to open higher; Scotland in focus  Reuters Canada
Futures Pointing To Continued Strength On Wall Street  RTT News
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Ottawa May Impose Fines on CN Rail
Farmers support an apparent move by Ottawa to impose a fine on CN Rail for failing to meet grain movement targets. A Toronto paper says the ministry of Transport will impose fines on CN for poor performance in moving grain, but the amount has not yet ...
CN Rail facing federal fines for not moving enough grain for ABEX awards The ...  Regina Leader-Post
CN to be fined for failing to move enough grain  CBC.ca
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DealFind, TeamBuy coupons not being honoured as sites face bankruptcy
Some customers who use promotional coupon sites TeamBuy.ca and DealFind.com say their coupons aren't being honoured. Couch Commerce, the company that owns the websites, is in bankruptcy protection, leaving business and customers at a loss.
Small businesses get burned as TeamBuy.ca and DealFind.com face bankruptcy  bnn.ca
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CPPIB set to stand pat in Alibaba IPO
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board appears to like Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. enough to hold on to the stock it already owns through this week's blockbuster initial public offering, but not so much that it is lining up to buy a lot more.
Canada Pension Invested $160 Million in Alibaba  Bloomberg
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Telus joins transparency push by sharing demands for customer info
Telus Corp. is joining Rogers Communications Inc. in sharing figures that shed light on the frequency of state demands from government authorities for customer information and is calling for an industry-wide approach to reporting such data.
Telus report reveals some push back against government requests for customer ...  Financial Post
Telus issues its first 'transparency' report  parrysound.com
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No extravagant renos at SaskPower HQ, government says
There will be no extravagant renovations going ahead at SaskPower's Regina headquarters, the minister responsible for the Crown utility says.
SaskPower proposal for 'penthouse' upgrades questioned  News Talk 650 CKOM
$143M project at head office 'inappropriate,' Boyd says  StarPhoenix
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'No impact on our strategic direction': Penn West to review results dating back to ...
Canadian oil producer Penn West Petroleum Ltd , under fire after it uncovered accounting irregularities in July, said its audit committee determined that the company needs to review results going back to 2007.
Penn West swings to Q2 profit, files restated financials, declares dividend  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
Penn West Announces 2014 Third Quarter Dividend  MarketWatch
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Buffett Says Burger King Taxes Show Other Logic for Hortons Deal
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who agreed to help finance Burger King Worldwide Inc. (BKW:US)'s planned takeover of coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Hortons (THI) Inc., said the deal wasn't motivated by taxes.
Conservatives hope more US companies follow Burger King north  The Globe and Mail
Warren Buffett stands by Burger King deal  Politico
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A loonie idea: Scotland can vote 'Yes' and adopt Canadian Tire money
So, hey, maybe the Scots should think outside the box, too, as they ponder the economic fallout should they vote �Yes� in today's independence referendum.
�Ouai� in Scotland?: Comparing the Qu�bec and Scotland Referendums  The True North Times
Polls are now open in Scottish referendum; Canadians, however, would prefer ...  660 News
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