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Quebec hearings begin into who knew what regarding sale of Rona Inc.
QUEBEC -- Members of a special legislative committee attempted on Thursday to shed light on the controversial purchase of hardware firm Rona Inc. by Lowe's.
If a Quebec Inc. jewel is on the podium, the province will want to own it  The Globe and Mail
'The minister communicated his decision,' former Investissement ...  Montreal Gazette
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Canada Post union gives 72-hour notice of job action
The country's largest postal workers union has given Canada Post a 72-hour notice of job action, meaning mail and parcel delivery could be affected by work to rule conditions by Monday.
Postal union issues 72-hour job-action notice  Toronto Star
CUPW issues strike notice after it says Canada Post refused special mediator  Waterloo Record
Canada has been inflexible, unfair on canola issue: Chinese ambassador
OTTAWA -- China's ambassador to Canada says he hopes a simmering trade dispute over Canadian canola exports won't become an even bigger problem with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau set to visit Beijing next week.
Why Justin Trudeau's trip to China matters  Macleans.ca
China doesn't give a damn what Canada thinks  iPolitics.ca (subscription)
TD, CIBC extend strong performance by Canada's banks
Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce both reported earnings ahead of expectations on Thursday, continuing a strong performance by leading Canadian lenders in the last quarter.
TD Bank says mortgage checks tightened in recent years  Reuters Canada
Why Toronto-Dominion Bank Is a Great Investment  The Motley Fool Canada
US lawmakers demand information on EpiPen price increase
WASHINGTON - Members of the United States Congress are demanding more information on why the price for lifesaving EpiPens has skyrocketed.
Here's how EpiPen's makers are explaining their skyrocketing prices  Globalnews.ca
Canada shines in light of US EpiPen furor: Editorial  Toronto Star
CIBC says it could weather housing crash of up to 30% in Canada as earnings ...
National PostCIBC continued a trend this week of reporting higher-than expected profits and an improving picture when it comes to their exposure to soured energy loans.
Canadian banks shake off oilpatch fears, report better-than-expected earnings  CTV News
TD, CIBC results beat expectations with higher profits  CBC.ca
At midday: TSX falls on lower metal, oil prices
Canada's main stock index fell on Wednesday as lower metal and oil prices weighed on resource stocks, offsetting gains for financials after Royal Bank of Canada reported better-than-expected earnings.
S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canadian Indices  Edmonton Journal
TSX, Wall Street droop as lower metal and oil prices weigh  Financial Post
More crashes, more injuries, leads ICBC to seek 4.9 per cent rate hike
VANCOUVER - The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will seek a 4.9-per-cent hike to its basic auto insurance rates, but a company official warns the increase could have been much higher.
ICBC wants another rate hike — 4.9%  Vancouver Sun
ICBC applying for basic rate increase of $3.50 a month  Globalnews.ca
Onetime Kodak building to move 60 metres for new LRT station
Sitting in an industrial wasteland that was once the local hub of Kodak, a four-storey industrial building is being picked up this morning and moved 60 metres to make way for a new LRT station at the corner of Eglinton Avenue West between Black Creek ...
Part of Kodak building moved to eventually become part of Crosstown LRT station  CTV News
Old Kodak building moved for Crosstown LRT build  Toronto Sun
Farmers slightly ahead of average harvesting Sask. crop
Saskatchewan Agriculture says nine per cent of the 2016 is combined, slightly ahead of the five-year average. Sean Lerat / Global News.
Harvest underway in Saskatchewan  CTV News
U.S. meat supplies in cold storage increase  Portage Daily Graphic