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Apple iOS 8 Review: A New Phone Without Buying One
Forget the iPhone 6, Apple's newest software upgrade brings big changes as well. WSJ Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern dives into the new operating system in her review.
Review and Video: With New iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, It's What's Inside ...  New York Times
Apple to roll out iOS 8 update for users today  Tech2
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Tim Hortons merger unaffected by US tax law move, filings show
The U.S. government may soon clamp down on companies reducing their U.S. tax payments by way of foreign acquisitions, but such a change wouldn't stop the merger of Burger King Worldwide Inc. and Tim Hortons Inc., filings show.
How Burger King wooed Tim Hortons
It took Burger King three offers and nearly six months to finally win over ...  The Province
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Mirabel terminal set for demolition
The fight to save Mirabel's airport terminal from demolition took a major hit Tuesday. The Aeroports de Montreal has been given the go-ahead by its board of directors to award contracts to demolish the terminal.
Demolition awaits empty Mirabel airport terminal  Montreal Gazette
Mirabel passenger terminal to be demolished
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U.S. Steel in bankruptcy protection
U.S. Steel Canada has gone into a court supervised restructuring of its debts, saying it needs to take action to allow it to �compete in the North American market for the long term.
U.S. Steel Canada shielded from creditors  Hamilton Spectator
US Steel Canada files for court-supervised protection
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Canada's Top Central Banker 'Cautiously Optimistic' on Export Outlook
DRUMMONDVILLE, Quebec�Canada's top central banker Tuesday voiced guarded optimism about Canada's export recovery, given recent encouraging data, but signaled he is in no hurry to drop the Bank of Canada's neutral stance on interest rates.
UPDATE 2-Bank of Canada cheered by exports, but sees slack in job market  Reuters
Three things that drove the Canadian dollar above 91�  The Globe and Mail
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Ed Clark: An era marked by straight talk and results at TD Bank
Toronto-Dominion Bank's outgoing chief executive held court on Bay Street Tuesday, hinting at first that he would weigh in on his latest pet project: fretting that Canada's economy isn't making the transformational shifts required to compete this century.
TD Bank CEO says Ottawa should tighten lending rules  The Telegram
TD bank boss urges tighter lending restrictions
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Hadekel: No bubble yet in housing market
MONTREAL - Years of cheap mortgage rates have helped to stoke demand from a new generation of homebuyers in Canada and fears are still being expressed about whether the housing market might overheat.
Canada's Housing Market Booming? Not Everywhere  Huffington Post Canada
Outside of Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary, Canada's housing market is ...  Financial Post
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Canada Revenue Agency to set up special snitch line for its own staff
OTTAWA - The taxman wants to know if any of his own are up to no good. That's why the Canada Revenue Agency is in the process of setting up a self-snitch line.
Tax agency sets up snitch line for own staff  Coast Mountain News
Taxman wants to catch its own bad apples with internal snitch line  Times Colonist
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Westjet CEO says new bag fees will help it lower fares
By Julie Gordon. VANCOUVER (Reuters) - A new fee for checked bags will allow Canada's Westjet Airlines Ltd to lower fares, while at the same time help the budget carrier battle rising costs, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
Passengers were the impetus for new baggage fee, WestJet CEO says  Vancouver Sun
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Iqaluit 'dumpcano' garbage fire finally extinguished
IQALUIT, NUNAVUT�A long-smouldering dump fire in Iqaluit, dubbed the �dumpcano,� is finally out. The smoky blaze had been burning in the northern city since May.
Iqaluit dump fire extinguished after 4 months
Iqaluit dump fire finally extinguished after burning for four months  Vancouver Sun
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