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The close: TSX rises as banks rally before earnings
Canadian stocks rose on Tuesday, briefly hitting the highest level of the year, as the nation's largest lenders joined a global rally in financial shares amid speculation the U.S.
TSX closes 33 points higher as New York soars; Canadian dollar slips  Times Colonist
TSX climbs on financials; New York markets soar  CTV News
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Royal Society of Canada, academics, call Site C dam a test for Trudeau Liberals
OTTAWA -- The Royal Society of Canada is joining some 250 academics in calling on the Liberal government to stop development on British Columbia's Site C hydroelectric project.
More than 250 Canadian scientists and professors sign letter objecting to ...  Straight.com
Site C Not Subject to 'Rigorous Scrutiny,' Fails First Nations ...  DeSmog Canada
37% of homeowners caught short of funds at least once in past year, Manulife ...
More than a third of Canadian homeowners polled in a recent survey say they were caught short at least once in the past year without enough money to cover their expenses.
Nearly 40% of Canadian homeowners struggle to pay monthly bills, survey finds  Globalnews.ca
Canadian Debt Survey Finds Many Risk Becoming House-Rich, Cash-Poor  Huffington Post Canada
'Skinny' cable too thin? CRTC to evaluate
Regulator will hold hearings in September on whether providers are meeting the spirit of its new requirement that they offer viable basic service for $25 a month.
CRTC calls TV companies in for public hearings on $25 basic packages  CBC.ca
CRTC continuing to monitor implementation of new basic television package ...  Montreal Gazette
Quebec begins legislative hearings into taxi industry bill
Ride-hailing company Uber has the attitude of a “hardened criminal” and is stealing money from the state, the head of a Quebec taxi lobby said Tuesday.
Que. cab lobby calls out Uber as taxi industry hearings begin  CTV News
Hearings on potential ride-sharing law kick off in Quebec  Montreal Gazette
Bombardier Inc cuts demand forecast as business jets go begging for buyers ...
SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg Rarely seen bargains abound for corporate aircraft as tumbling oil wealth, a stronger dollar and a downturn for emerging-market giants from Brazil to Russia cripple demand.
Bombardier Strengthens Commercial Aircraft's Worldwide Sales Leadership ...  Stockhouse
Bombardier lowers 10-year forecast for business aircraft delivery  CTV News
Toyota investing in ride-hailing company Uber
Toyota said Tuesday it is investing in Uber, making it the latest car company to put money in a ride-hailing app. The Japanese company did not say how much the investment is worth.
Toyota Motor Corp, Uber to explore ridesharing partnership after strategic ...  Financial Post
Toyota and Uber Join Forces: What It Means  Motley Fool
Bombardier delays force Waterloo to push back LRT opening
Waterloo Region's purchase of 14 light vehicles is part of a larger order spearheaded by provincial transit agency Metrolinx for 182 vehicles, including ones slated to run on the Eglinton Crosstown.
LRT delayed until early 2018 due to Bombardier train delays  CBC.ca
LRT service start date pushed back until 2018  CTV News
TransLink seeking public input on transit fares
TransLink wants to know what you think about transit fares and how they're structured. It's launching the first comprehensive review of transit fare policy in 30 years.
Transit fare review opens door to big changes  Surrey Leader
TransLink opens review of Metro Vancouver transit fares  Vancouver Sun
Scott Ferguson resigns as Halifax Trade Centre CEO
Scott Ferguson has resigned as the CEO of Halifax's Trade Centre Ltd. to take a new job at the helm of the World Trade Centers Association in New York.
Scott Ferguson resigns as Halifax Trade Centre CEO, accepts job in NYC  CTV News
Scott Ferguson, CEO of Trade Centre Limited, resigning  Globalnews.ca