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Toronto's Billy Bishop terminal sale not linked to runway plans, Porter says
According to a senior executive at Porter Aviation Holdings, who said the move was unconnected to the push to expand the airport, the company plans to continue to use the facility.
Porter Aviation puts Toronto island terminal up for sale; eyeing expansion plans
Porter Plans to Sale of Toronto Island Airport Terminal  Bloomberg   Related articles »  
Second quarter beats expectations
The strong secondquarter performance of the Canadian economy provides a welcome reality check after a chilly start to 2014. Consumers still underpinning growth: Check.
Canadian dollar touches 1-month high on economic growth
Canada's GDP growth outpaces Bay Street forecast  The Globe and Mail
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Burger King will turn Tim Hortons into 'iconic global brand,' Miles Nadal says
Miles Nadal is one of the best-known advertising moguls in Canada. His US$1.2-billion firm, MDC Partners Inc., owns more than 50 agencies that have crafted campaigns for companies ranging from Samsung to BMW, and he says Canadians have no reason ...
Tim Hortons Coffee Can't Perk Up Burger King
Tim Horton's CEO set to sell Burger King's takeover offer  Waterloo Record
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Athabasca closes sale of Alberta stake to PetroChina for $1.184B
PetroChina Co. Ltd. has agreed to pay Athabasca Oil Corp. $1.184-billion for its stake in the Dover oil sands project in northern Alberta, ending more than four tumultuous months during which the deal got caught up in uncertainty surrounding a political ...
Athabasca Oil Corp completes Dover project sale to PetroChina, but total ...  Financial Post
Athabasca closes sale of oilsands stake
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Ottawa to order shredding of monthly paper bill fees
The big telecom companies may have agreed to exempt some customers from fees charged for paper invoices, but the federal government says it's going to end the whole practice.
Canada plans legislation to end pay-to-pay billing fees
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Mining Stocks Take TSX Higher, N.Y. UP
The Toronto stock market erased early losses to close higher Friday as investors bought into beaten-down mining stocks. The SP/TSX composite index closed 67.56 points higher at 15,625.73.
Toronto stock market lower amid strong bank earnings, geopolitical worries  Times Colonist
Andrew McCreath's market wrap: TSX rises for third straight month
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Swedish carrier backs out as first Bombardier CSeries operator
TORONTO Aug 29 (Reuters) - Bombardier Inc's troubled aerospace business faces more upheaval as a Swedish carrier backed out as the first customer to start commercial flights with its new CSeries jet and the Canadian firm said more senior aerospace ...
Swedish firm no longer wants to be recipient of first Bombardier CSeries plane  Times Colonist
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Nanaimo Daily News
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Bus routes suspended as school starts
Saskatoon Transit won't offer full bus services when schools return to session on Tuesday, thanks to a backlog of maintenance issues.
Transit unable to run full service for start of school year  650 CKOM News Talk Radio
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A key day in Toronto's history
new streetcar The Toronto Transit Commission takes members of the media for a ride on a new streetcar Tuesday, July 23, 2013. (MICHAEL PEAKE/Toronto Sun).
Software glitch causing significant St. Clair Ave. streetcar delays  680 News
The new TTC streetcars aren't just bigger. They're also safer, more ...  The Globe and Mail
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McDonald's faces biggest test in Russia since end of Soviet era
McDonald's Corp., which arrived in Soviet-era Russia in 1990 and helped open the communist nation to foreign enterprise, is now under pressure to retreat.
Russia shuts down 12 McDonald's outlets  The Province (blog)
Russia closes 12 McDonald's branches, inspects 100  Business Standard
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