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China worry hits Canada's TSX hard
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell sharply on Monday, hitting its lowest level since January, in a broad retreat as heavyweight resource-based companies dipped on lower commodity prices and the latest plunge in Chinese equities.
Toronto Stock Exchange posts triple-digit decline  Calgary Herald
CANADA STOCKS-China worry hits Canada's TSX hard  Reuters
Financial Post  
Chicken fries fatten Burger King's sales
Parent company Restaurant Brands International said the fast-food chain's sales in the US and Canada jumped 7 percent in the second quarter, after it returned the long, skinny pieces of deep-fried chicken to the menu.
Burger King's sales get another boost from Chicken Fries  The Denver Post
Fast-food giant beats analysts' predictions  Irish Independent
Suncor Energy Inc. (NYSE:SU) Short Interest Update
Suncor Energy Inc. (NYSE:SU) reported a rise of 22.9% or 1,602,085 shares in its short interest. The short figure came in at 0.6% of the total floats.
As oil prices fall, rebound hopes fade for Canadian producers  The Globe and Mail
Key Canada Events: Week of July 27 to July 31  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Bombardier signs $400-million maintenance deal
People walk outside a Bombardier plant in Montreal, Thursday, May 14, 2015. Ryan Remiorz / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Bombardier Wins Contract to Provide 30-Years of Vehicle Maintenance for the ...  MarketWatch
Bombardier Wins Thirty Year Maintainance Contract  Net Newsledger
Regulator finds TransAlta breached the rules in power price-fixing case
A woman walks towards the entrance of the TransAlta headquarters building in Calgary, on Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Larry MacDougal / THE CANADIAN PRESS.
TransAlta manipulated market: Alberta ruling  Orangeville Banner
Drought level increased in parts of British Columbia, crews make progress on ...
Despite much being showered with much needed rain this weekend, British Columbia is increasing the drought level in more parts of the province.
BC drought puts stress on businesses dependent on water  The Globe and Mail
Drought level increased in South Thompson, three other areas of southern ...  InfoTel News Ltd
Tory announces TTC service improvements
Mayor John Tory was at Finch Station Monday to announce increased off-peak service for 33 of Toronto's busiest bus and streetcar routes.
John Tory announces restoration of 33 bus routes cut under Rob Ford  CBC.ca
TTC to improve 33 bus, streetcar routes this fall  CTV News
Victoria, Seattle and LA are all watering their lawns. Why aren't we?
If you have just returned from Los Angeles, you might be baffled as to why, after four years of drought, Angelenos are still allowed to water their lawns three times a week while Metro Vancouver has been withering on the vine with strict watering ...
Vancouver's water shortage a wake-up call to residents and politicians ...  Brandon Sun
Taking aim at the #grassholes: Vancouver water shortage prompts drought-shaming  The Globe and Mail
TransAlta buys solar, wind projects in US for $76M
Calgary-based TransAlta Corp has made its first foray into solar power after buying two U.S. renewable projects from Rockland Capital LLC for $75.8 million US.
TransAlta goes to Massachusetts to buy first solar power projects  Calgary Herald
TransAlta makes first move into solar power; looks to expand beyond coal  The Globe and Mail
WestJet to start flights from Nanaimo to Alberta capital
Nanaimo is getting its first direct flights to and from Edmonton starting in December via WestJet. Passengers will fly in a WestJet Bombardier Q400 turboprop plane.
WestJet to add more non-stop flights between Edmonton and Regina, Saskatoon  CTV News
More Edmonton-bound flights for Regina, Saskatoon  CBC.ca