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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  
How to ask China about human rights: Dos and don'ts for Trudeau
There's one question Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can be certain reporters will ask him on his first official trip to China this week.
Trudeau Says He Wants To 'Reset' Relationship With China, Engage On ...  Huffington Post Canada
Aug. 27: At odds with China. Plus other letters to the editor  The Globe and Mail
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 ...
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week  News Talk 610 CKTB
NEB review hearing into Energy East Pipeline heads to hostile territory  Bridge River Lillooet News
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
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 ...
Small business optimism rebounds in August from weak July
Ted Mallett, vice-president and chief economist, Canadian Federation of Independent Business, says small business optimism increased in August, but there's room for improvement.
Business optimism rises on PEI  The Guardian Charlottetown
Small Business Owners Looking For Postal Alternatives
No word on progress in Canada Post talks
There's no word on whether any progress is being made in talks between Canada Post and its largest union that could avert a postal strike on Monday.
No Word on Status of Canada Post Talks  Am980 London News
Time to deliver: Deadline day for Canada Post  CJAD
Lax Kw'alaams dissident calls LNG vote a joke because two-thirds of band ...
Not everyone is thrilled with the recent vote by members of the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation to resume discussions on an $11-billion liquefied natural gas project near Prince Rupert.
Petronas $8.5 Billion Canada Gas Plan Buoyed by Aboriginal Vote  Bloomberg
Provincial government responds favourably to Lax Kw'alaams LNG vote
Wynne's climate gamble
Suppose your life depended on something. Would you gamble with it on a stock market? According to their own words, that's what Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals are doing with their cap-and-trade carbon pricing scheme.
Sudbury column: champions or chumps on carbon pricing?  The Sudbury Star
Environment is not a priority for the B.C. Government
Bear with them, use sense
Bears have been seen ambling through neighbourhoods in West Kelowna and Vernon this week. Eight were shot in Revelstoke last week after getting into garbage or fruit trees, with some threatening members of the public.
Ministry of Environment urging British Columbians to be Bear Aware  MY PG NOW
British Columbians urged to be 'Bear Aware' heading towards ...