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Integrating economies through trade affects monetary policy, Governor Poloz says
BELLINGHAM, WA, Sept. 26, 2016 /CNW/ - Economies around the world have become more integrated because of increased trade, and this has implications for the conduct of monetary policy, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen S. Poloz said today.
What's the use of saving money, part 2  Macleans.ca
Why it's going to be damned hard to double your money  The Globe and Mail
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Ottawa poised to rule on major BC natural gas project
The federal cabinet is poised to decide whether to approve a major project to export liquefied natural gas from northern British Columbia.
Green light no guarantee that $36 billion LNG project a go  Business in Vancouver
Don't 'sabotage' Canada on LNG, says BC business group  Vancouver Sun
Mi'kmaq protesters continue sit-in at construction site for gas storage project
FORT ELLIS, N.S. - A protest organizer says Mi'kmaq and local residents are continuing a sit-in this morning at the entrance of a construction site near proposed natural gas storage caverns in Nova Scotia.
Mi'kmaq protesters block entrance at proposed natural gas storage site  Sudbury.com
Mi'kmaq protest resumes near Stewiacke over work on Alton natural gas ...  Cape Breton Post
City of Toronto extending green light times at congested intersections to ...
WATCH ABOVE: Some of the worst intersections in the city will see 15 additional seconds during green lights. The change is one part of a larger plan to reduce gridlock during rush hours.
City identifies 10 busiest intersections  CTV News
Road safety advocates unhappy with John Tory's plan to fight congestion  MetroNews Canada
Canadian dollar hits six-month low vs US dollar
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar dropped 0.3 percent in early Asian trade on Tuesday to a six-month low, with traders nervously waiting for the first U.S.
Loonie Under Pressure After WTI Slips  Baystreet.ca
Canadian dollar and business outlook  Western Producer (subscription)
Feds and province needed for $1-billion Yellowhead Trail overhaul, says city
The construction and congestion along the Yellowhead Trail seems never-ending. Nowhere is that more evident than at the intersection of 127th Street.
Plan to convert Yellowhead Trail into freeway proving controversial  CTV News
Edmonton mayor meets with local businesses to discuss potential revamp of ...  Globalnews.ca
Liberals consider ending costly Canada Savings Bond program
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is seriously considering an end to the Canada Savings Bond program in his next federal budget, Radio-Canada has learned.
Ottawa could take action to kick-start the economy as early as the fall: Morneau  CTV News
Ottawa to assess stimulus program impact in November after economic growth ...  Financial Post
Saskatchewan's minimum wage going up 22 cents in October
Someone who works 40 hours a week at minimum wage will gross $428.80, $8.80 more than the current rate. The annual income, before taxes and other deductions, would be $22,298.
Sask. minimum wage to go up Oct. 1  CBC.ca
Saskatchewan's minimum wage set to rise 22 cents an hour to $10.72  CTV News
Is Uber the next big thing to go kaput?
Uber has shaken up the taxi industry in a way that's been beneficial to many consumers, but has it become too big to survive? Steven Hill - who has worked at the think tank New America Foundation and written a book about the so-called sharing economy ...
Taxi drivers back in court seeking injunction against Uber  Montreal Gazette
Union seeks to organize Uber drivers in NYC  Crain's New York Business
BAPE hearings on light-rail line open to criticism of project
April 22: Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre gives an update on public transit projects. The public had a chance to weigh in on a proposed light-rail project at BAPE hearings Monday.
New coalition calls for public inquiry into Montreal light-rail project  CBC.ca
Coalition wants parliamentary commission on Montreal's light-rail project  CTV News