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Statistics Canada says trade deficit narrowed to $593 million in July
OTTAWA -- Growth in Canadian exports helped shrink the country's trade deficit in July, boosting the case that the economy is on track for growth in the second half of the year.
US Trade Deficit Narrows; More File for Jobless Claims  New York Times
US trade deficit drops to $41.9 billion in July  St. Augustine Record
Asian shares mixed as US jobs report looms, ECB soothes
SINGAPORE/TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares were mixed on Friday as caution about a U.S. jobs report jostled with signals from the European Central Bank that it is willing to take further steps to shore up the European economy.
Asia Stocks Slip Ahead of US Jobs Report  Wall Street Journal
FOREX-Dollar sinks against yen as Nikkei slides before US jobs data  Reuters
Analysts expecting Canada to maintain interest rates until 2017
The latest round of policy easing in Canada is probably over but interest rates are expected to stay low for longer as the central bank tries to lift the economy out of a mild recession, a Reuters poll of economists found.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ firms as oil prices rise, trade deficit narrows  Reuters
The Canadian dollar moved ahead above 75 cents, but analysts say it won' ...
Experts say Canada needs to do more on innovation after country gets a C on ...
OTTAWA -- Canada's record on innovation is improving, but experts say governments can do more to support new and emerging businesses.
Canada remains an innovation laggard, Conference Board says  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Ottawa closes sale of Canadian Wheat Board, name changes to G3 Canada Ltd  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
SkyGreece files for bankruptcy protection
SkyGreece filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday - a week after stranding hundreds of travellers and moments before having to meet a deadline demand from Canada's transportation regulator.
SkyGreece Airlines files for bankruptcy  Toronto Star
SkyGreece files for protection after halting operations, stranding hundreds  Hamilton Spectator
Quebec government mulls lowering income taxes, raising QST to stimulate economy
Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao responds to reporters questions before entering a cabinet meeting, Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at the legislature in Quebec City.
Quebec mulls reducing income taxes, raising QST
Quebec mulls increase in sales tax, lower income tax
Privacy Commissioner Says Chicken Farm Contracted to Shred Care Home Documents
sask privacy commissioner logo Saskatchewan's privacy commissioner says a special care home in Dalmeny made an agreement with a chicken farm to shred personal documents.
Saskatchewan privacy commissioner says no to chicken farm document shredding  580 CFRA Radio
Dalmeny care home hired chicken farm to destroy documents  650 CKOM News Talk Radio
Cleanup of Nova Scotia's Boat Harbour moving ahead
HALIFAX -- The Nova Scotia government says it has taken another step toward cleaning up an environmental mess in Pictou County. Internal Services Minister Labi Kousoulis issued a statement Thursday saying the government has issued requests for ...
Boat Harbour cleanup begins with study request
Nova Scotia seeks study of Boat Harbour contaminants
Tervita laying off staff
Tervita Corporation is the latest company operating in the oilsands to announce layoffs, confirming Wednesday they were laying off 15% of its workforce.
Energy and environmental waste company Tervita announces job cuts
College football fans react to mess at Rutgers
Today isn't a good day for Rutgers. As we await the pending results of the school-led investigation of head coach Kyle Flood, Thursday morning's news put the program under the microscope once again—this time for serious off-the-field allegations.
Kids get warm send-off on first day of school