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Figuring out actual benefits of federal spending could take years: Poloz
OTTAWA - The Bank of Canada governor says it could take years of sifting through data before economists will know the actual impact of today's federal spending measures aimed at boosting the weak economy.
Terence Corcoran: Stephen Poloz stays in control — saving the Liberals from ...  Financial Post
Loonie rallies as Poloz tempers rate cut expectations  BNN
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TD's Scottrade deal latest in push toward leaner – but bigger – discount ...
In a world where the cost to buy and sell stocks online has tumbled from $29 to less than $10 per trade, discount brokerages are pushing to get leaner and bigger.
Five things you need to know before you start your work day on Oct. 25  Financial Post
TD Ameritrade bulks up with $4 billion deal for Scottrade  MarketWatch
Canadian Dollar's Value Falls In Tandem With Oil Prices
TORONTO - Iraq's desire to be exempted from an OPEC production cut caused oil prices to dip Monday, pushing the Toronto stock market and the loonie to a lower close.
TSX, loonie down as Iraq's OPEC comments push crude lower  BNN
Iraq's comments on OPEC deal push crude prices lower; loonie, TSX down  Toronto Star
Trump brand loses lustre with affluent
NEW YORK - Event planner Beth Bernstein decided she had had enough with Donald Trump after his 2005 hot-mic boasts about groping women came to light earlier this month.
A New Trump Brand Not Named for Trump? Yes, Meet Scion  New York Times
Donald Trump's new hotel venture void of his usual stamp  The Globe and Mail
Groups issue open letter to Alberta on renewable energy targets
Several renewable energy companies, industry associations and think tanks are calling on the Alberta government to put its renewable energy targets into law.
Opinion: Environmental leadership means taking new pipelines off the table  Edmonton Journal
Green companies say Alberta's target for renewable energy should be law  CTV News
New temporary modular housing units could help with Vancouver's affordability ...
Vancouver unveiled its latest solution, hopefully, to its affordability crisis: temporary modular homes. Ted Chernecki has more. What is this?
Vancouver looks at modular housing industry to boost slim rental stock  Vancouver Sun
Quick and cheap: Vancouver turns to pre-fab to help housing woes  MetroNews Canada
Precision Drilling Hires 1000 In Oilpatch
Don't call it a comeback, exactly, but maybe think of it as a bright spot on an otherwise dim Alberta jobs front. Precision Drilling Corp.
Varcoe: Two Alberta drillers adding workers, but are more oilpatch jobs on way?  Calgary Herald
Precision Says 'Virtually All' Its Customers Thinking About Adding ...  Natural Gas Intelligence
Tentative agreement reached in West Vancouver Blue Bus strike
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West Vancouver reaches tentative deal with Blue Bus drivers, full service to ...
Agreement reached with striking West Van bus workers; service to resume Tuesday
NDP commits $10 million to help farmers with carbon tax
The provincial government is committing $10 million to help farmers become more energy efficient, a move it says will reduce emissions and help producers offset the cost of the soon-to-be-introduced carbon tax.
Alberta taps climate change fund to help farmers reduce CO2 emissions
Alberta spending more money to get farmers to go green
SkyTrain network changes could snarl Monday's commute for some
Changes to the SkyTrain network that took effect this weekend could make for a headache Monday as a crush of commuters line up for the system.
Riders adjusting to SkyTrain changes
SkyTrain problem solved but backlog will take time to ease  640 Toronto News