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Apple Pay Day: Dispatch From a Post-Wallet Future
Apple released a software update for the iPhone 6 today that activates Apple Pay. The feature is designed to let users pay for stuff in stores or online by tapping their phones and authenticating the transaction using a fingerprint.
Apple's iPhone sales beat Street but iPad volumes slide  Reuters
Apple's iPhone Sales Drive Record Profit  New York Times
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TSX advances with gold miners, Valeant
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index climbed on Monday to its highest in a week as shares of gold miners rose with the bullion price and Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc (VRX.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX advances with gold miners, Valeant  Reuters
The close: TSX ends higher as gold miners, Valeant gain  The Globe and Mail
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Oilpatch faces project cancellations with crude at $82
The falling price of oil will likely result in a round of project cancellations and disappointing results in the Canadian oilpatch, analysts say.
Crude price top of mind as oil patch reporting season begins  Financial Post
As oilpatch reporting season begins, crude price drop top of mind  680 News
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BlackBerry shares spurred by Lenovo takeover rumours
A year after Ottawa quietly signalled opposition to a Lenovo Group Ltd. takeover of BlackBerry Ltd., rumours are surfacing that the Chinese company is poised to make another play for the Waterloo, Ont.
BlackBerry shares jump on rumour of Lenovo takeover  CBC.ca
NCR Plummets While BlackBerry Jumps On Buyout Chatter: Tech Winners ...  TheStreet.com
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Time to transform the LCBO, blow up The Beer Store: Cohn
No sooner had an outside panel laid out its grand plan for liberalized alcohol sales in Ontario then the government declared its �Three No's.
Parker Gallant: Maximizing the mess with Ontario's electricity assets  Financial Post
Panel jams a stick between spokes of Ontario government's 'fiscal ...  National Post
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CP Rail sets sights on new targets after CSX merger talks fail
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s chief executive officer, Hunter Harrison, is pondering the next move in his bid to build a transcontinental network now that talks with potential takeover target CSX Corp.
UPDATE 2-Canadian Pacific Railway ends merger talks with CSX  Reuters
IBM and CSX are big market movers  seattlepi.com
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British Columbia to Offer Better LNG Tax Deal
The Canadian province of British Columbia is expected to offer a sweetened deal to developers of proposed liquefied natural gas projects when it unveils its policy regime for LNG on Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the matter.
BC gov't tables Greenhouse Gas Industrial Reporting and Control Act  News1130
BC promises world-leading emissions targets for LNG industry with new law  The Globe and Mail
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Capital Pride festival to declare bankruptcy
Ottawa's Capital Pride said Monday the organization has no choice but to declare bankruptcy, months after several suppliers announced that they hadn't been paid.
Capital Pride declares bankruptcy as suppliers fume  Ottawa Citizen
Capital Pride forced to declare bankruptcy  580 CFRA Radio
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Simushir and tugboat Barbara Foss expected in Prince Rupert Sunday night
A large American tug boat is pulling a disabled Russian cargo ship to a port on British Columbia's north coast, ending fears that the vessel, which lost power Thursday night, would drift ashore, hit rocks and spill hundreds of tons of fuel.
Federal Conservatives under fire after 'blind luck' keeps drifting ...  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Disabled Russian cargo ship towed to BC port with Coast Guard help  Alaska Dispatch
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Loonie closes lightly lower as traders await BoC rate announcement
The Canadian dollar closed lower Monday at the start of a key week for the currency. The loonie shed 0.06 of a cent to 88.62 cents (U.
Poloz should bolster the loonie  Toronto Star
Wholesale sales up 0.2 per cent to $53.1 billion in August: Statistics Canada  News1130
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