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Alibaba surges on massive demand in trading debut
By Liana B. Baker, Jessica Toonkel and Ryan Vlastelica. NEW YORK (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's (BABA.N: Quote) shares surged in their first day of trading on Friday as investors jumped at the chance to get in on what looks likely to be the largest ...
Alibaba stock shoots higher in $22B US IPO  CBC.ca
Alibaba Surges in Trading Debut After Record-Breaking IPO  Bloomberg
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Loonie rises amid latest inflation figures, No vote in Scotland referendum
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was barely changed Friday as the annual inflation rate came in unchanged at 2.1 per cent for August.
BC inflation well below Canadian average in August  Business in Vancouver
Manitoba sees no change in inflation rate  Winnipeg Free Press
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Supreme Court of Canada says provincial consumer protection laws apply to ...
The Supreme Court of Canada says Quebec's consumer protection law applies to federally supervised financial institutions. The court on Friday upheld a trial judgment in a Quebec class action lawsuit against Amex Bank of Canada.
Supreme Court rules against banks in highly watched case  bnn.ca
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Nordstrom arrives in Canada, promises unique experience
U.S. luxury retailer Nordstrom opened its first store in Canada Friday, and the CEO says the company will offer Canadian shoppers a different experience than their stores south of the border.
Opening day for Nordstrom at Chinook Centre  Calgary Herald
Nordstrom opens first Canadian retail store in Calgary  660 News
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Consensus eludes nuclear dump hearings
The public has had its final say on whether it's a good idea in principle to bury half a century's worth of nuclear waste at the Bruce nuclear plant on the shores of Lake Huron.
Lake Huron nuclear waste battle: Citizen groups want ombudsman called in  CTV News
SOS Wants Nuclear Waste Kept Away From Lake Huron  BlackburnNews.com
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Canadian home ownership more costly than thought, BMO report says
New home hunters be warned: The price you expect to pay for a new home is likely $83,556 short of what you'll actually end up spending, according to a new survey.
Calgary house hunters expect to pay more than they first thought  Calgary Herald
BMO Fall Home-Buying Report: Nearly Half of Prospective Buyers Increase ...  CNNMoney
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TransCanada Keystone Cost May Rise 85% Before U.S. Ruling
The cost of building the Keystone XL oil pipeline, which is awaiting approval from the U.S. after an initial rejection, may climb 85 percent to $10 billion, according to developer TransCanada Corp.
Cost of Keystone XL likely to jump 85%: TransCanada CEO  CBC.ca
Keystone XL battle in Year 6: How a pipeline grew into a political ...  Financial Post
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CPPIB buys more Alibaba shares in IPO
Canadian pensioners are making even more money from the initial public offering of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. than expected, as the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is said to have added to its holdings in the IPO.
Alibaba IPO sets up Canadian Pension Plan for slam-dunk after $160 m ...  Business in Vancouver
CPPIB hitched to Alibaba IPO bandwagon with $160-million investment  Financial Post
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Vancouver police investigating death of man in Gastown
Vancouver police are investigating the death of a man in the Gastown area. Const. Brian Montague confirmed that officers are at the scene in the 400-block of Abbott near Pender Street, but has yet to provide any details about the incident.
Police investigate death of man in downtown Vancouver  CTV News
Vancouver police investigate man's death in Downtown Eastside  MetroNews Canada
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CEOs sleep outside, raise $200K for homeless in Winnipeg
The annual CEO sleepout in Winnipeg is over for another year but not before it raised $200,000 for homeless initiatives. More than 160 CEOs, community leaders and members of the media zipped up their sleeping bags and slept under the stars - and street ...
CEO Sleepout Raises $195K for Homelessness  ChrisD.ca
CEO Sleepout raises $210K, awareness for homeless plight  Winnipeg Free Press
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