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Keep borrowing money, so long as it's for infrastructure: Canada's top banker
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz tells Tom Clark Canada's slow economic growth is because of a number of uncertainties including mortgages, trade deals and the U.S.
Poloz Backs Deficits as Canada May Also Need Lower Rates  Bloomberg
Central Bank Chief Says Canada Can Handle More Infrastructure Investment  Wall Street Journal
Manitoba Walmarts stop accepting Visa Monday
The battle lines were drawn back in July and Walmart Canada will advance to the next stage on Monday. The retail giant will no longer accept payments for merchandise by Visa credit cards at any of its 16 locations in Manitoba, it announced previously.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
Chinese-language forest tours to educate more BC residents on conservation
Conservationists have their eyes on a demographic that hasn't been tapped into before in terms of educating people about British Columbia's old growth forests.
Ancient Forest Alliance offering Stanley Park tree tours in Mandarin, Cantonese
Protests, 'voodoo economics' and soaring costs: How Muskrat Falls became a ...
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Then-premier Kathy Dunderdale had a dismissive air when she rose in the legislature on Dec. 18, 2012, to answer another opposition question on Muskrat Falls.
Photos: Muskrat Falls protest in Ottawa  Ottawa Citizen
Muskrat Falls Site Taken Over By 'Truckload' Of Protesters  Huffington Post Canada
Ontario and Qu�bec Working Together to Drive Economic Growth
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Qu�bec Premier Philippe Couillard today held a joint meeting of cabinet ministers in Toronto. Focused on innovation and the economy, the meeting generated seven agreements between the two governments.
Ontario to import 2 terawatt hours of Quebec electricity annually under new deal
Condos in the CN Tower? Why artists are trolling Toronto with fake development ...
Have you heard about the 90-storey condo development going on top of Old City Hall? Ok, calm down, Toronto. That's not actually happening.
No, Old City Hall is not going to be turned into a parking garage  Toronto Star
Someone is hilariously trolling Toronto condo proposals  blogTO (blog)
SkyTrain network changes start today
Changes on the SkyTrain network take effect today and they could impact how you get around Metro Vancouver. Starting today, the Millennium Line will no longer travel to Waterfront Station in downtown Vancouver.
Changes coming Saturday for SkyTrain users  CKNW News Talk 980
Inflation rate up 1.3 per cent last month, Statistics Canada says
OTTAWA -- Weaker-than-expected inflation and a drop in retail sales helped to fuel speculation Friday about a possible interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada.
Canadian dollar drops to lowest level since March, below 75 cents US
Canadian dollar takes a dive as weak economic data points to possible rate cut  BNN
India call centre crackdown targets CRA phone scammers
Crooks have raked in a fortune screaming at Canadians on the phone and threatening to lock them up for unpaid taxes, but a crackdown in India has had shocking results.
India call centre raid leads to steep drop in CRA scams: RCMP  CTV News
Fewer threatening calls from fake tax agents because of arrests in India  Times Colonist
Big OLG Payment for Hanover
OLG has announced its second quarter payment for hosting the Slots at the Race Track. (Hanover) -. It's another break for Hanover property owners, as the OLG has announced its second quarter payment to the municipality for hosting the Slots at the Race ...
Windsor Gets $2.4 Million Payment for Caesars
Cavan Monaghan Township receives $884109 quarterly payment from Shorelines ...  Peterborough Examiner