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TSX slips as energy shares drop with oil price
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Monday as weakness in the price of oil dragged on shares of energy producers such as Suncor Energy Inc and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
Toronto stock market slips ahead of corporate earnings, economic data  Times Colonist
At the open: TSX flat ahead of earnings, economic data  The Globe and Mail
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Mount Edith Cavell removed from new $10 bill description
The Bank of Canada is making a molehill out of a mountain. The central bank had claimed that its new plastic $10 bank notes included an image of majestic Mount Edith Cavell, a prominent peak in the Canadian Rockies south of Jasper, Alta.
Some key controversies and misunderstandings with new plastic bank notes  Winnipeg Free Press
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Athabasca Falls on PetroChina Oil Sands Pay Wait
Athabasca Oil Corp. (ATH) fell to its lowest intraday price in seven months after saying it's continuing efforts to collect a C$1.32 billion ($1.22 billion) payment from PetroChina Co.
Canada Stocks Fall From Record as Oil Producers Decline  Businessweek
Athabasca Oil Corp shares dive on worries over PetroChina $1.23-billion payment  Financial Post
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Mall construction boom is fuelled by the tastes of Canada's wealthiest
A construction crane towers over the expanding Sherway Gardens mall in Toronto on Friday, July 25, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette.
Mall construction boom fuelled by wealthy  Stockhouse
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Scotiabank named in silver price-fixing lawsuit
A U.S. investor has accused the Bank of Nova Scotia, Deutsche Bank and HSBC of engaging in an ongoing conspiracy to fix the price of silver.
Silver price-fix: HSBC and Deutsche Bank named in US lawsuit  Arab News
Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Bank of Nova Scotia Accused of Silver Price Manipulation  Silver Investing News
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Living to 100 requires shrewd planning: report
Do you think you'll live to 100? The chances are better than they used to be, but you'd better be prepared, says a new report from the BMO Wealth Institute.
Living to 100? BMO Report Outlines What You Need To Know  MarketWatch
Majority say health will be biggest retirement expense: BMO poll  Winnipeg Free Press
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Ottawa reveals March spectrum auction details as it courts fourth carrier
Ottawa will auction off a prime chunk of the public airwaves in March of next year, raising at least $162-million for federal coffers and - it hopes - prompting more competition in Canada's mobile phone market.
Canada sets deadline for wireless carriers to commit to March spectrum auction  Times Colonist
New spectrum auction rules may force Videotron's hand  ITWorld Canada
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TransAlta to build $580M gas power plant in Australia
TransAlta will build a natural gas-powered power plant in Western Australia in a deal worth $580 million, the Calgary-based company says.
TransAlta to build US$536M power station in Australia  Financial Post
TransAlta to build power station for Australian power plant  Reuters Canada
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Brad McNairn upset after smart meter on Saskatoon home catches fire
There was another report of a SaskPower smart meter catching on fire after the utility put the program on hold earlier this month.
Two more smart meters start on fire in Saskatchewan  News Talk 650 CKOM
Seventh smart meter failure in Saskatoon  StarPhoenix
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Nova Scotia lobster levy prompts confusion, government clarification
HALIFAX - Complaints from fisheries groups that they weren't consulted about a lobster marketing levy left Nova Scotia's fisheries minister scrambling Monday to clarify remarks he made about the proposal last week.
Five-cent lobster levy to be limited, NS fisheries minister clarifies  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Lobster levy draws questions from fish packers  CBC.ca
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