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Canadian GDP unchanged in July
Canada's economy was essentially unchanged in July, Statistics Canada says, as a slowdown in the mining, and oil and gas industries was offset by an uptick in manufacturing and the public sector.
Welcome to an 89-cent Canadian dollar  The Globe and Mail
After 6 months of gains, GDP stays put in July: StatsCan  CTV News
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Canadian factory prices rise in August, boosted by weak dollar
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian producer prices increased by 0.2 percent in August over July as the weak Canadian dollar boosted prices for motorized and recreational vehicles, Statistics Canada said on Tuesday.
Canada's Economy Unexpectedly Stalled in July on Oil Decline  Businessweek
Loonie at six-month low amid GDP disappointment  The Globe and Mail
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Checked-bag fees may heighten carry-on chaos
They call out your row number and you finally get to board the plane. But before you can take a seat, you must fight through a crowded cabin to find room for your carry-on bags.
Air Canada starts trial crackdown on carry-on bags  The Globe and Mail
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Ewart: Suttles' rescue mission continues
Encana CEO Doug Suttles took part in a mock mountain rescue Friday to raise money for STARS Air Ambulance - by early Monday he had resumed his mission to resuscitate Encana's fortunes.
Encana set to buy Athlon for $7.1B  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Encana bets on Texas with $6-billion acquisition of Athlon Energy  The Globe and Mail
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12000 hectares of spectacular grassland is now protected
The Nature Conservancy of Canada has created a project that will protect 30-thousand acres of grassland in Alberta. The Waldron Ranch is 30,535 acres of privately owned property south of Longview and northwest of Lethbridge.
Nature Conservancy thrilled with addition of Waldron Ranch  Lethbridge Herald
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Ontario Government Unveils New Food Donation Tax Credit For Farmers
Ontario is taking the wraps off a tax credit for farmers who donate their products to community food programs, including food banks and student nutrition programs.
New Tax Credit to Benefit Farmers and Communities  NorthumberlandView.ca
Farmers will get tax credit for food donations  Hamilton Spectator
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Holt Renfrew to open standalone Toronto menswear store this week
TORONTO -- Holt Renfrew is proceeding with plans to expand its luxury retail footprint with the opening of its first store devoted solely to menswear.
Hudson's Bay says Ottawa and Quebec aren't major markets for luxury ...  Vancouver Sun
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Forgetful Havixbeck touts parkade, PSB plan
JOE BRYKSA / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Mayoral candidate Paula Havixbeck would like to see more parking and retail in the Exchange District.
Havixbeck promises quick action on old PSB and Civic Centre Parkade  Winnipeg Free Press
Update: Havixbeck vows PSB makeover for city use, civic parkade redevelopment  MetroNews Canada
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Union Station office tower development to feature new GO bus terminal
Metrolinx is announcing plans for a new GO bus terminal at Union Station on Tuesday. The provincial agency in charge of GO Transit has reached an agreement with Ivanho� Cambridge that will involve moving the GO bus station to the south side of the train ...
GO bus terminal at Union Station will be moving, says Metrolinx  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
New Union Station improvement project in the works  Newstalk 1010
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First Nations groups protest Alton gas project
Cheryl Maloney, president of the Nova Scotia Native Women's Association, is helping to organize a four-day protest along Highway 102 near Stewiacke in opposition to efforts by Alton Natural Gas to create storage facilities for natural gas in underground salt ...
Mi'kmaq launch protest of Alton natural gas storage project  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Mi'kmaq groups protest $100M Alton gas storage project  CBC.ca
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