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CIBC latest dealer to seek to settle with OSC, reimburse clients after ...
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is the latest financial institution to seek a rare no-contest settlement with the Ontario Securities Commission - and formulate a plan to compensate clients - after discovering inadequacies in supervision and control ...
CIBC divisions reach deal with OSC over excess client fees  The Globe and Mail
OSC announces new SME Institute webinars  Edmonton Journal
Quebec says it's on track for $2.2-billion surplus in current fiscal year
Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao explains his economic update at a news conference Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at the legislature in Quebec City.
Quebec to inject $135 million more into health and education following surplus
Quebec says last year's budget surplus tops forecast, to cut tax  Reuters Canada
The close: TSX slips despite jump in materials stocks
Canadian stocks fell on Tuesday as declines in energy producers offset gains in raw materials amid rallies in West Fraser Timber Co.
TSX dips as financials, telecoms offset resource stock gains  Financial Post
Energy losses lead TSX lower, gold miners limit fall  Reuters Canada
Sask. workers' compensation benefits expanded for psychological injury
Paramedics, police officers and other first responders were at the Saskatchewan Legislature on Tuesday afternoon to see their lobbying pay off as the government and Opposition came together to expand workers' compensation coverage for those suffering ...
Saskatchewan changes law to help workers with psychological injuries, PTSD  CTV News
Poverty reduction plan aims to cut rate in half by 2023
Calgary has a new strategy for cutting in half the number of people living in poverty by 2023. It's estimated that one in 10 Calgarians lives in poverty.
Initiative launched to cut poverty in Calgary  Calgary Sun
New campaign aims to reduce poverty in Calgary 50 per cent by 2023
Alberta finally adopts new national building code for energy efficiency
The Alberta government has updated or adopted seven new building-code changes it says will improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
New energy efficiency requirements added to Alberta's building code  Montreal Gazette
New Alberta building code changes aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions  Calgary Sun
Federal government set to launch competition for Canada's next multibillion ...
OTTAWA - The federal government is poised to fire the starting gun on the long-awaited, multibillion-dollar race to design and build the navy's newest warships.
Liberals set to launch design competition for Canada's new warship  Toronto Star
Toronto taxpayers should be wary of Expo 2025's big promises
It's interesting, isn't it? Whenever some group wants to pry money from the government, it always claims that the amount that will come in far outweighs what will go out.
Advocates say advice from staff to scrap Expo 2025 bid should be ignored  CTV News
Benefits of hosting Expo 2025 outweigh risks, councillor says
More Canadians using payday loans, most don't understand costs: report
The agency calculated that 1.9 per cent of Canadians had used payday loans in 2009, and that number more than doubled to 4.3 per cent in 2014.
Payday loan reports call for education, not regulation  Toronto Star
Payday Lending In Canada Doubles As Household Debt Rises  Huffington Post Canada
CN Rail recalls workers to prepare for the smooth handling of bumper grain crop
MONTREAL -- Canadian National Railway Co. says it has recalled laid-off employees to handle the start of what is expected to be bumper grain crops in Canada and the United States.
CN feels Prairie harvest delays in Q3 revenues  Country Guide
CN Rail revenue falls 6.5 pct as freight volumes decline  Daily Mail