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Same-store sales at Target Canada tumble 11% in second quarter
Target's expansion into Canada continues to miss the mark, according to the company's latest quarterly earnings, forcing the U.S.
Target Corp. regrets opening so many stores so quickly in Canada  CTV News
Target's Call To Action: Regain 'Merchandising Authority'  Forbes
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Sears Canada reports loss, revenue slides 12 percent
(Reuters) - Struggling department store chain Sears Canada Inc (SCC.TO) reported its ninth loss in 14 quarters as sales continued to decline.
Canadian earnings declared Wednesday: Sears Canada Inc.  Brandon Sun
Sears Canada widens Q2 loss to $21.3 million  CTV News
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McCain sells frozen pizza business to Dr. Oetker
McCain Foods says it has signed a deal to sell its North American frozen pizza business to Dr. Oetker. Financial terms of the deal were not immediately available.
McCain Foods sells frozen pizza business to Dr. Oetker  TheChronicleHerald.ca
TORONTO - McCain Foods says it has signed a deal to sell its North American ...  Castanet.net
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TSX little changed as investors eye Fed comment
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was little changed on Wednesday, with weakness in the materials sector offset by gains in industrials, as investors braced themselves for monetary policy commentary from the U.S.
Toronto stock market lower amid retail misses; traders look to Federal Reserve  Times Colonist
Toronto stock market rises amid retail misses; traders look to Federal Reserve  mysask.com
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Photos: Vancouver the third most livable city in the world
The Economist Intelligence Unit has released its livability rating, placing three Canadian cities in the top 10 most livable cities in the world.
Top 10 most livable cities include Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto  CBC.ca
Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary among the best places to live: Economist report  Hamilton Spectator
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Canada Wholesale Sales Rise
OTTAWA�Wholesale sales in Canada advanced in June at a faster-than-expected pace on robust sales of agricultural supplies and building materials.
Wholesale sales up 0.6 per cent to $53 billion in June: Statistics Canada  Vancouver Sun
Canada wholesale sales beat forecasts as rebound gains traction  Financial Post
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Couche-Tard denies reports its mulling stake in Sinopec
MONTREAL�Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. says it has no plans to buy a minority stake in China's Sinopec Ltd. The Quebec-based operator of convenience stores and filling stations in North America, Europe and Asia, denied media reports that it was ...
UPDATE 3-Canada's Couche-Tard makes short-list in $16bln Sinopec unit ...  Reuters
No plans to buy a minority stake in China's Sinopec: Couche-Tard says  Castanet.net
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In Home Depot vs. Lowe's, the winner is ...
Investors who want a read on the economy need to take a close look at Home Depot and Lowe's. The home-improvement companies are a clear reflection of consumer spending and the housing market.
Lowe's Cuts Sales Forecast on Weak Air-Conditioner Sales  Bloomberg
Lowe's Gets Rough Reception, Overshadowed By Home Depot  Forbes
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Finance Minister Charles Sousa says LCBO is here to stay
The Ontario government knows best when it comes to alcohol sales, Finance Minister Charles Sousa says. �We believe Ontarians are well served by the current model,� Sousa said in an email Wednesday reacting to a report calling for an end to the ...
Province could make money if they open booze sales: report  CTV News
Ontario could make more money, see lower prices by ending booze monopoly ...  Nanaimo Daily News
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James Moore pitches changes to interprovincial trade
Industry Minister James Moore has released potential options for reforming trade between provinces, including throwing out the current Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).
Feds to lay out plan for provinces to break down trade barriers  Globalnews.ca
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