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Why the Tim Hortons-Burger King deal boosted the Canadian dollar today
The Canadian dollar was higher Wednesday, benefitting from the major deal struck that will see American fast-food giant Burger King buy Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Hortons for $12.5 billion.
Buffett's Search for Sure Thing Propels 76-Year Junk Food Quest  Businessweek
Washington likely to keep close watch on tax loophole as Burger King seeks ...  Financial Post
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UPDATE 2-Nat'l Bank of Canada profit jumps, helped by financial markets
(Adds analyst comment, stock reaction, further detail). By Jeffrey Hodgson. TORONTO Aug 27 (Reuters) - National Bank of Canada, the country's sixth-largest lender, reported a stronger-than-expected profit on Wednesday, helped by a sharp jump in earnings ...
National Bank of Canada profit jumps, helped by market, wealth arms  The Globe and Mail
National Bank Profit Risees on Capital Markets, Wealth  Bloomberg
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Cameco issues lockout notice at 2 uranium facilities
Cameco is halting production at two of its Saskatchewan uranium operations over a labour-management dispute. The Saskatoon-based company has initiated a shutdown at the McArthur River uranium mine as well as the Key Lake mill.
UPDATE 1-Cameco to shut world's largest uranium mine in labor dispute  Reuters
Cameco Corp to shut world's largest uranium mine in labour dispute  Financial Post
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CANADA STOCKS-TSX opens little changed as resource shares weigh
TORONTO, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was little changed at the open on Wednesday as weakness in energy and materials shares offset a gain in the financial sector.
TSX slightly lower, National Bank beats expectations  CTV News
TSX Set for Flat Start; National Bank In Focus  NASDAQ
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Barrick Gold scraps corporate development team, more cuts coming, sources say
TORONTO/VANCOUVER - Barrick Gold Corp is eliminating its entire corporate development team and more cuts are in the works as the world's top gold miner looks to trim costs, three sources familiar with the situation said on Tuesday.
Deadly clashes continue at African Barrick gold mine  The Globe and Mail
UPDATE 1-Barrick scraps corporate development team, further cuts coming ...  Reuters
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Ottawa bank robbery video shows suspect pointing gun, jumping counter
Ottawa police have released video footage from an Aug. 12 armed bank robbery to the public in hopes of locating the suspect. The video, taken from a security camera at the Centrepointe Drive bank, shows a man enter the bank at about 1:50 p.m.
Police release video of Centrepointe Drive bank robbery  Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa police release video of robbery suspect  580 CFRA Radio
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Power restored to Danforth area residents
Power has been restored to some 6,000 east end customers who were in the dark since the late afternoon of Tuesday, Aug. 26. The outage, which happened on one of the hottest days this summer with temperatures reaching 38 C, was bounded by Main ...
Power restored after East York outage  CBC.ca
Torontonians sweat through hottest night of the year  The Weather Network
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United Airlines to cut direct flights to Chicago
Direct flights from Saskatoon to Chicago are being cut by United Airlines. The airline says the 'flights didn't meet expectations' and it will halt daily service to the Windy City as of Sept.
United Airlines cuts direct Chicago-Saskatoon flight  StarPhoenix
United Airlines ending direct flights between Chicago and Saskatchewan  CBC.ca
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Richmond culvert collapse: Traffic moving slowly again
METRO VANCOUVER - B.C.'s transportation ministry says traffic is slowly moving again northbound on Highway 99 in Richmond after a section of the road collapsed early yesterday.
The sinkhole that swallowed up Hwy. 99  The Province
Culvert failure forces partial closure of Highway 99  CTV News
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62-storey tower to be built in downtown Edmonton
At 62 storeys, the new Stantec Tower will be the tallest building in Edmonton and one of the tallest in western Canada. The building, announced on Tuesday, will be home to 1,700 employees of the engineering, planning and architecture firm.
New Stantec headquarters will be Edmonton's tallest tower  Edmonton Journal
'It's going to change the skyline forever,' officials unveil ...  CTV News
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