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Asian stock mixed on caution sets in after Wall Street cheer
TOKYO -- Asian shares were mixed Monday, as cautiousness set in after markets were earlier cheered by upbeat signs from Wall Street, a strengthening U.S.
Asian shares near nine-month peak, dollar shines  The Globe and Mail
Asian shares, dollar stay close to recent peaks  Reuters Canada
Starbucks relaxes employee dress code
TORONTO -- Got purple hair? Starbucks wants to hire you. The world's largest coffee chain is loosening its employee dress code to allow workers to don brightly-dyed hair and coloured, patterned clothing.
Starbucks Gives Employee Dress Code a Makeover  Fortune
New Starbucks Dress Code Welcomes Personal Expression  The FINANCIAL
Quebec agriculture minister promises help for apple farmers affected by blight
Quebec government officials said they are working with those in the apple industry to fight a plant disease affecting orchards in the Laurentians.
Quebec orchards worry 'very contagious' blight could spell bad apple ...
Blight epidemic: Quebec supports apple growers  Montreal Gazette
BC Liberals face balancing act on housing as 2017 election looms
British Columbia's Liberal government must walk a fine line between creating affordable housing and causing a crash, as real estate prices loom large over next year's election, experts say.
Christy Clark's plan to makes homes affordable: will it work?  The Province
Public Accounts Notebook: Donations, Real Estate, Clark's Flights and More
Future location of MUHC headquarters to pose traffic headaches
The headquarters of the McGill University Health Centre will soon move to this building located at 8300 Decarie. Pierre Obendrauf / Montreal Gazette.
New MUHC head office location raising concerns  CJAD
MUHC discovery could help treat bone death of the hip  The Suburban Newspaper
Government will listen to farmers as it drafts climate policy: Ag Minister
Swathers knock down a wheat crop near Linden, Alberta, on August 31, 2010. MIKE DREW / Postmedia News. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Ag ministers meeting wraps up in Calgary
End to CTA round-tables surprises farmers; ag ministers agree on farm ...  Western Producer (subscription)
TTC faces perfect storm with costs rising, ridership slumping
The TTC's financial pressure is larger than in previous years. It's facing $178 million in increased operating costs amid decreased ridership and council demands for spending cuts.
Subway closed on Line 2 between Broadview, Main Street stations for track ...  CTV News
Inside the TTC's fight to keep riders cool on Line 2  Toronto Sun
Central Bankers Take Center Stage
Both the FOMC and Bank of Japan will share the centre stage this week but let us not forget the Austalia Q2 CPI, which will be vying for some of the spotlights.
Asian Market Update: G20 Vows To Support Growth, Verizon On Track To ...  Action Forex
USD/JPY still in focus: levels for next week  Forex Crunch
GO train service wilts in summer heat
Rider frustration mounts with go-slow orders, failing AC, overcrowded trains and scheduling stumbles on the Lakeshore line. GO train riders have experienced routine delays, crowding and uncomfortable conditions in sweltering weather so far this summer.
GO train users rip overcrowding  Toronto Sun
LVMH to Sell Donna Karan to G-III in a $650 Million Deal
The DKNY show in February. The sale of the Donna Karan brand, which includes DKNY, will most likely be regarded as a rare admission of failure on the part of LVMH.
G-III to Acquire Donna Karan International from LVMH  Stockhouse
G-III Apparel Snaps Up LVMH's Donna Karan