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Bank of Canada governor testifies at finance committee LIVE
The Bank of Canada and the Department of Finance have agreed to stick to the bank's inflation targeting strategy for five more years.
Terence Corcoran: Stephen Poloz stays in control — saving the Liberals from ...  Financial Post
Loonie rallies as Poloz tempers rate cut expectations  BNN
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Canada-EU deal in question after Belgium declines to sign on
The path to the finish line for the Canada-European Union trade agreement disappeared on Monday after Belgium informed EU officials it cannot sign the deal.
CETA Still Possible As Deadline Looms: Chrystia Freeland  Huffington Post Canada
Trade deal with Europe should be salvaged: Editorial  Toronto Star
October 24, 2016 | TSX hits 16-month high, Oct. 17–21
Canada's main benchmark index rose on the back of higher commodity prices and better-than-expected corporate earnings. The S&P/TSX Composite Index gained 2.4% to close at 14,939.04, its highest level in 16 months.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX dips as energy and mining stocks lose ground  Reuters UK
Canadian dollar continues its descent
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.
Walmart in Manitoba drops Visa at 16 stores starting today
Walmart Resolute On Lower Merchant Fees, Stops Accepting Visa At Manitoba Stores  CJOB
TD's Scottrade deal latest in push toward leaner – but bigger – discount ...
In a world where the cost to buy and sell stocks online has tumbled from $29 to less than $10 per trade, discount brokerages are pushing to get leaner and bigger.
TD Ameritrade, not TD Bank, big winner in US$4 billion deal for Scottrade ...  Financial Post
TD Ameritrade to buy Scottrade Financial Services for US$4 billion  Waterloo Record
Newfoundland Premier seeks Muskrat Falls detente with indigenous leaders
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball is to meet with indigenous leaders Tuesday in an effort to get the problem-plagued Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project back on track, after work was halted by protesters raising the alarm over the potential ...
Federal Conservative leadership hopefuls talk NL issues
RCMP shut key Labrador road as protest grows over Muskrat Falls megaproject  CTV News
Tim Hortons owner's sales growth hit by sluggish demand, lower grocery prices
The owner of Tim Hortons and Burger King saw its third-quarter sales growth at existing stores decline in much of North America amid a sluggish fast-food market as consumers took advantage of lower food prices at grocery stores.
Lunch is king at Tim Hortons, says parent company  Toronto Star
Burger King owner beats expectations, but sees US 'softness'  Montreal Gazette
Toronto parking app now works for on-street spots
Motorists with the Green P app on their smartphones will be able to pay and remotely top-up on-street parking payments. Mayor John Tory arrived at a downtown Toronto news conference Monday by car and paid for parking with the city's new app.
You can finally pay for Toronto street parking with your phone
Green P Mobile Pay Parking is Ready to Roll Out on Toronto Streets  The Province
Water restrictions lifted in Dartmouth, Cole Harbour, surrounding area
It's been the driest year on record for many parts of Nova Scotia. A lack of rain combined with soaring temperatures led to a water shortage in some areas of the province this summer and water restrictions in others.
Lake Major water restrictions lifted after weekend rain  Local Xpress
West Vancouver Blue Bus strike leaves commuters scrambling
Jeff Behrner is facing about $80 in extra fares and parking every day he commutes to the city. Randy Shore photo / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print.
West Vancouver bus strike shuts down service to BC Ferries at Horseshoe Bay
Strangers step up to give people rides during Blue Bus strike  News1130