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Will Canadian banks' blowout profits silence skeptics?
One strong quarterly profit report from a Canadian big bank can be dismissed as an anomaly. Two strong reports from two big banks might be a coincidence.
Canadian banks shake off oilpatch fears, report better than expected earnings  Canadian Underwriter
TD, CIBC results beat expectations with higher profits
Vancouver Sun  
Ottawa eyes banking fees as major lenders cut costs
The federal government is keeping an eye on consumer banking fees as major lenders slash costs. The Department of Finance launched a consultation Friday on the future of the financial sector, noting there are renewed concerns about service fees as ...
Stock Market Crash A Chance? RBC Closely Watching Housing Markets In ...  Markets Morning
Fixed income fuels record earnings at RBC  GlobalCapital
Janet Yellen, Jackson Hole and the anti-Davos
A fishing hole in the middle of Wyoming might not be the first place that leaps to mind when one thinks of venues for major world economic conferences, but the bucolic scene of Jackson Hole is just that.
Yellen opens door on interest rate rise  The Australian Financial Review
TSX creeps higher in volatile session post Yellen speech
Coderre's pipeline politics all for show
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre is at it again, demagoguing against the Energy East pipeline. Back in January, the former federal Liberal cabinet minister said he couldn't support the $15-billion pipeline from Alberta's oil sands to refineries and ports ...
Denis Coderre calls for suspension of Energy East hearings over Charest affair
Quebec business coalition supports Energy East pipeline  CTV News
NS SIRT investigating after man's collarbone injured during arrest
Nova Scotia's Serious Incident Response Team is investigating after a 32-year-old man injured his collarbone during an arrest early Friday morning.
SIRT investigating after man's collarbone allegedly broken during arrest
Police investigate how suspect's collarbone injured
Buy food, or pay your taxes?
Pop quiz - what's your family's largest expense? Many Canadians might say housing or perhaps food. But in reality, taxes consume more of the average Canadian family's household income than anything else.
Opinion: It's never too late for low-income Canadians to file their taxes  Ottawa Citizen
Letters and comments, Aug. 26  Winnipeg Free Press
Tolko Industries: Why they're closing The Pas mill and what it means
For the third time in less than a month, northern towns are facing tough times after a major employer announced it will close its doors.
Trouble in the North: Currie
Pallister faces no-win scenario  Brandon Sun
Canada — and particularly Alberta's oil industry — paying higher price for ...
As Alberta struggles with its most devastating recession ever, a new study highlights why different climate change policy choices made by Canada and the United States point to continued hardship for Canada's top oil producing province.
Wholesale sales up 0.7 per cent in June, offering sliver of economic optimism  Vancouver Sun
Pick up Ontario Works cheques in person
In light of the uncertainty of a postal labour disruption, Renfrew County has announced the alternative for people to get their Ontario Works cheques.
Pick up Ontario Works cheques  Sault Star
Important notice for Ontario Works recipients receiving Ontario Works ...
Canada's Largest Banks Report Higher Earnings
TORONTO—Canada's largest banks, signaling that their exposure to failing energy loans is under control, reported higher third-quarter earnings, but continued to be weighed down by sluggish Canadian economic growth linked to crude-oil prices.
TD, CIBC Earnings Weather Downturn on Capital-Markets Gains  Bloomberg
TD, CIBC continue strong Q3 performance, raking in more profit than expected