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Canadian economy expands at 3.1% pace in 2nd quarter
Canada's economy soared in the second quarter, to an annualized pace of 3.1 per cent, as households spent more, marking the largest quarterly gain since the third quarter of 2011.
Canada Dollar Advances as Economic Growth Tops Estimate  Businessweek
Canada's economy grows at 3.1 per cent annual pace in Q2  CTV News
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Canada budget in surplus for first quarter of fiscal year
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada registered a C$1.57 billion ($1.45 billion) budget surplus in June, which moved the first three months of the fiscal year into surplus as well, with revenues up and program expenses down, the Finance Department said on Friday.
Ottawa runs $1.6-billion surplus in June  The Globe and Mail
Ottawa runs $1.6-billion surplus in June, revenue up spending down  Squamish Chief
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Regulator battles telecom companies over 'pay-to-pay' billing fees
Canada's big telecom companies say they will keep charging customers additional fees for producing and mailing paper bills, with some exceptions.
Major Canadian Telecom Companies Pledge To Exempt 'Some' Customers ...  Am980 London News
CRTC Vice-Chairs hold meeting about charges for paper bills  Telecompaper (subscription)
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Edmonton Arena District Plans Show Stunning Mega-Project (PHOTOS)
EDMONTON - The owner of the Edmonton Oilers says the booming, oilsands-driven economy of northern Alberta is behind the early success of the city's downtown makeover featuring a new arena for his team.
Dig up Edmonton parking lots, put up a paradise  The Globe and Mail
Katz dreams big for arena district  iNews880.com
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US STOCKS-Wall St edges up, on track for 4th week of gains
... * Trading volumes light ahead of Labor Day holiday. * Indexes on track for fourth straight week of gains. * Chicago PMI, consumer sentiment both top forecasts.
S&P 500 Heads Toward Monthly Gain; Oil Rises, Ruble Sinks  Businessweek
TSX declines on Ukraine concerns, drop in bank shares  Reuters Canada
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The new TTC streetcars aren't just bigger. They're also safer, more accessible ...
Video: The new TTC streetcars aren't just bigger. They're also safer, more accessible. Aug. 29 2014. TTC streetcar instructor Lionel Jordan talks about why the new streetcars are easier to drive and safer.
New Toronto Streetcars Hit Spadina Route On Sunday  Huffington Post Canada
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Make it $20 or less for UP Express: poll
A new poll suggests that $20 could be the most agreeable rate for a one-way ticket on the incoming Union-Pearson Express train. The results come a week after the Star conducted a reader survey online that produced similar findings.
Council urges Metrolinx to keep UP Express fare low  Toronto Sun
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BC wildfires could set record for area burned
B.C. could set a new record for the total amount of forest burned by wildfires this summer if the forecasts for a warm, dry fall are correct, say officials with B.C.
Campfire ban lifted, but caution urged  Alaska Highway News
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Storm knocks over rail cars
A train derailment near Waldeck, Sask., on Thursday night is being blamed on strong winds associated with a severe thunderstorm. Both CP Rail and Environment Canada said a plow wind was to blame.
CPR freight train derails in eastern Saskatchewan, wind may have been factor  Vancouver Sun
Strong winds behind Saskatchewan freight train derailment  CTV News
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Malaysia Airlines slashes jobs, routes in overhaul
BEIJING - The name looks set to stay, despite global misgivings about flying on Malaysia Airlines after two tragedies this year, but major job cuts and route changes are included in the $1.9 billion rescue plan for the money-losing airline announced Friday by ...
Malaysia Airlines to cut 6000 staff after disasters  BBC News
Malaysia Airlines to cut staff by 30%  Taipei Times
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