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Busy week for Canadian corporate earnings awaits investors
TORONTO -- Traders will have plenty to occupy themselves this week as major players in the Canadian gold mining and energy sectors -- the two biggest advancers on the Toronto stock market so far this year -- are set to report second-quarter results.
Busy week ahead for growth, employment, interest rates in U.S  StarPhoenix
Gold miners, banks push TSX to record close  Business Recorder
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Ontario's 75 utilities hinder rise of electric cars: experts
Ontario's overabundance of utility firms may pose a major roadblock to the province's plan to boost electric car ownership, some experts say.
Utilities may slow rise of electric cars  Regina Leader-Post
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Heavy Chinese military build-up in Tibet: Sangay
DHARAMSHALA, July 27 - The Chinese goal is beyond Tibet and that country has border disputes not only with India, but with almost all its neighbours.
Tibetan-in-exile govt concerned over China's railway expansion in Tibet  Hindustan Times
China to upgrade transport infrastructures in Tibet  Xinhua
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Police seek information on Vancouver arsonist
VANCOUVER -- Vancouver police are searching for an arsonist believed to have started three separate fires inside three businesses in downtown Vancouver on Sunday.
Vancouver Police searching for downtown arsonist  Globalnews.ca
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$75 vomit fee approved for BC taxicabs
Anyone who vomits in a taxicab in B.C. could now be charged a $75 cleanup fee, along with the cost of the trip. The province's Passenger Transportation Board has made changes to its standard rules for taxis to allow companies and cab drivers to charge ...
BC cab drivers to charge $75 puke fee (with video)  Vancouver Sun
Puking In A BC Cab Now Costs $75  Huffington Post Canada
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Daphne Bramham: Is Vancouver's Arbutus corridor worth $100 million?
VANCOUVER -- There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.
Arbutus gardeners hold final party before CP Rail deadline  CBC.ca
Vancouver MLA concerned with response from CP Rail over Arbutus Corridor  News1130
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TransForce to create 'dominant' trucking company with $495 million deal for ...
MONTREAL�Canada's largest trucking company, TransForce Inc., is set to become a national powerhouse in the specialized trucking business with a proposed friendly takeover of Ontario-based Contrans Group.
TransForce to take over Contrans in mega-merger (Updated with Analysts ...  Truck News
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Officials seek help with Iqaluit's 'dumpcano'
An aerial photo taken by fire officials in May of the stubborn dump fire in Iqaluit. Photograph by: The Canadian Press Files , The Canadian Press.
Nunavut government to consider funding for plan to put out Iqaluit's ...  The Province
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New BC alcohol minimum pricing means cheaper beer and cider pitchers, pricier ...
After the outcry over "unhappy hours" and new minimum pricing leading to some bars raising prices for beer, the B.C. government has revised its minimum before-tax pricing rules.
BC lowers happy hour prices for pitchers of beer  CTV News
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Enmax workers in downtown Calgary discover historical artifacts during ...
When crews began upgrading a downtown Enmax substation, they had little inkling they were working on the railroad. While a digging a shallow, gravel-strewn trench, workers last week came across a trove of rusted metal tools dating back to the 19th and ...
Utility workers in downtown Calgary make historic discovery  CTV News
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