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Royal Bank 'closely monitoring' Vancouver, Toronto's hot housing markets, CEO says
TORONTO -- Royal Bank CEO David McKay says the lender is "closely monitoring" the real estate markets in Vancouver and Toronto, where home prices have been climbing at a breakneck pace.
RBC profit rises 17 per cent to $2.7-billion despite headwinds  The Globe and Mail
Royal Bank of Canada $2.7 billion profit beats expectations, execs spark ...  Financial Post
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Tim Hortons Canada changes president for second time since 2014 merger
Chris Young/The Canadian PressFreshly-brewed coffee sits on a hot plate in a Tim Hortons outlet in Oakville, Ont. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
Tim Hortons names new president for 2nd time since 2014 acquisition  CTV News
New president named in latest shakeup at Tim Hortons Canada  The Globe and Mail
Canada Post: Union Tells Members to 'Get Ready' as Strike Mandate Expires
The union representing 50,000 Canada Post workers says it will issue a 72-hour strike notice tomorrow “if nothing changes” between now and then.
Postal workers to issue strike notice “if nothing changes between now and ...  CKNW News Talk 980
Canada Post Union Tells Members to 'Get Ready' For Strike Action  windsoriteDOTca News
Notley appeals to unions for pipeline support
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley spoke at the national Unifor conference in Ottawa Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016. Ian Kucerak / Postmedia / FILE.
Kerr: Nenshi is right — NDP power lawsuit is 'outrageous'  Calgary Herald
Notley urges patience as Alberta deals with multibillion-dollar deficits
Home Capital stock in turmoil after anonymous short seller's post
Shares of Home Capital Group Inc. were on a roller coaster this week after a popular investor website accused the company of hiding losses by selling bad mortgages to a firm run by one of its board members.
Lender responds to allegations  Mortgage Broker News
Home Capital Statement on Loan Sales Practices  Montreal Gazette
North Saskatchewan River water level rising, but not expected to cause ...
A metre stick showing the historic 1972 flood level is seen in Riverdale as water rises in the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton, Alta.
North Saskatchewan River continues to be dangerous, officials say
North Saskatchewan River levels rising following city warning  CTV News
Wind turbine collapse wreckage in Nova Scotia combed for clues of cause
One week after an 80-metre wind turbine collapsed in Cape Breton, there is still no clear indication of what caused what's believed to be the first catastrophic failure of its kind in Canada.
Wind turbine collapses in Nova Scotia, investigation underway
Pattullo Bridge to reopen all lanes Monday
Pattullo Bridge commuters will no longer have to find alternative routes when all four lanes of the bridge reopen Monday, a month ahead of schedule.
Pattullo Bridge to fully re-open Monday  News1130
Pattullo Bridge work finishes a month early  Surrey Leader
Caisse's light-rail project: No parking lot improvements planned yet for ...
Planners of the proposed regional electric light-rail network still have no solutions to chronic parking woes that plague the train stations destined to become part of the new system.
Up to 30 homes to be expropriated for Caisse's light rail transit system  CTV News
Montreal's light rail network adjusted to reduce environmental, urban impact
Potential 25 billion barrels of oil in Orphan Basin: report
A new report suggests the Orphan Basin could hold twice as much oil as the Flemish Pass. Orphan Basin offers 'compelling opportunities on a global basis,' says Nalcor.
Newfoundland boasts about latest oil and gas data from the Orphan Basin  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Major Oil and Gas Potential in West Orphan Basin  VOCM