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Bank of Canada sees stronger global growth, keeps rates steady
The Bank of Canada is keeping its key overnight rate at 0.5 per cent, pointing to a stronger global economy coupled with continued uncertainty regarding international trends.
Bank of Canada keeps key rate at 0.5% amid stronger yet uncertain global economy  Toronto Star
Bank of Canada holds key rate at 0.5% as 'significant' slack lingers ...  Financial Post  
Moose Knuckles, Competition Bureau reach deal over made-in-Canada concerns
High-end winter jacket maker Moose Knuckles and the Competition Bureau have reached a deal over concerns about made-in-Canada claims in the company's advertising and labelling of some of its parkas.
Moose Knuckles reaches deal with Competition Bureau  Toronto Star
Moose Knuckles reaches deal with Competition Bureau over 'Made in Canada ...  CTV News
Dollarama reports boost in profits as shoppers take to company's new higher ...
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul ChiassonA Dollarama store is seen Tuesday, June 11, 2013 in Montreal. Dollarama Inc. saw its third-quarter profit grow to nearly $110.1 million compared with nearly $100.1 million in the same quarter a year ago.
Dollarama says China's soft economy helping to offset currency challenge  MetroNews Canada
Dollarama reports better-than-expected profit  The Globe and Mail
CIBC CEO Victor Dodig faces defining decision: Hold, walk or pay up for ...
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Why CIBC's CEO is right to delay the PrivateBancorp takeover vote  The Globe and Mail
PrivateBancorp postpones vote on takeover by CIBC as analysts speculate ...  Financial Post
Canadians' average debt load now up to $22081, 3.6% rise since last year
The average Canadian now owes $22,081 in consumer debt, a figure that doesn't include any mortgages, debt monitoring firm Equifax says.
More Canadians are going bust as low interest rates fuel debt binge  Financial Post
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Edmonton drone user charged for 'hazardous' flying
For the first time, Edmonton police have charged a man for unsafely operating an unmanned aerial vehicle after a drone was flown over Rogers Place and other downtown buildings.
Man charged with flying drone downtown, a first for EPS  CTV News
Edmonton Police Service charge man for unsafe drone flying  Edmonton Sun
Search-plane decision ends 12-year procurement odyssey
More than a dozen years after they were first ordered, the program to buy new military, fixed-wing, search-and-rescue planes has cleared its last hurdle, with European defence giant Airbus expected to come out the winner.
Sajjan to announce Airbus C-295 aircraft as winner of fixed wing search and ...  Ottawa Citizen
Airbus set to win Canadian deal for search-and-rescue aircraft: source  The Globe and Mail
CUPE is suing Kathleen Wynne, 2 cabinet ministers over the Hydro One sale
The Canadian Union of Public Employees says its lawsuit against the Ontario premier and two cabinet ministers over the sale of Hydro One is finally headed to court.
Power rates uproar a "pile on", says Toronto Hydro CEO  Toronto Star
Exclusive: Hydro One to reconnect more than 1400 customers currently without ...
Servus launches new lower interest payday loan alternative
A new, lower-interest alternative to payday loans was introduced by Servus Credit Union Thursday at an event where Service Alberta Minister Stephanie McLean announced the next phase of the payday loan law is now in effect.
New payday loan laws restrict lenders' ability to penalize consumers  Edmonton Journal
NDP introduces new regulations for payday loan industry  Calgary Herald
'Tis the season: residential parking ban starts Friday
After a heaping serving of white stuff, the City of Winnipeg is going to start snowplowing residential streets this week. That means drivers will have to 'know their zone' to know where it's safe to park.
Major route parking extended, residential plowing begins Friday  MetroNews Canada
Residential parking ban in Winnipeg begins Friday