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Tim Hortons deal likely sparked US 'inversion' crackdown: analysts
It's far from clear this morning how, or even if, the American crackdown on tax-inversion deals could affect Burger King's takeover of Tim Hortons.
Calgary home quietly turned into Tim Hortons overnight  CTV News
Tim Hortons, Burger King deal moves ahead as US cracks down on tax inversions  Toronto Star
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Younger workers poorer than parents' generation, research says
They live in their parents' basement, they work part-time or are underemployed, and they're paying off student loans well into their 30s.
Age, not gender, is Canada's new income divide, study warns  CTV News
Age eclipsing gender as Canada's major income gap, report warns  The Globe and Mail
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Enbridge to pay C$225 mln to raise stake in two Quebec wind farms
CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Enbridge Inc, the Canadian pipeline company building up a portfolio of renewable power projects, said on Tuesday it has agreed to pay C$225 million ($204 million) to increase its stake in two wind-power sites it ...
Enbridge to pay $225M for bigger stake in two Quebec wind projects  CTV News
Enbridge Picks Up Stakes in Quebec Wind Projects For $225M  Law360 (subscription)
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Canadian July retail sales slip from record level
By Randall Palmer and Leah Schnurr. OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales slipped unexpectedly in July, falling 0.1 percent from June's record level after six straight monthly increases, as strong auto sales failed to offset weakness elsewhere, data ...
Canada Stocks Little Changed as Gold Offsets Retail Sales Drop  Bloomberg
Retail sales dip slightly to $42.5 billion
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Quebec judge suspends TransCanada exploratory drilling
MONTREAL -- A judge has suspended exploratory drilling for the TransCanada oil terminal in eastern Quebec after objections by environmentalists.
Quebec judge suspends TransCanada exploratory mission
TransCanada work on St. Lawrence port suspended by Quebec court order
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Downtown Vancouver construction worker seriously injured by falling beam
A construction worker is in stable condition following an accident at the site of a residential and office space development in Vancouver's downtown core.
Worker injured at downtown Vancouver construction site  CTV News
Beam falls on construction worker in downtown Vancouver  News1130
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US Steel Canada moving quickly to sell Hamilton assets
TORONTO (Reuters) - United States Steel Corp's (X.N) Canadian unit is preparing to quickly put its Hamilton assets up for sale and also hopes to run an auction process for its operations on Lake Erie, court filings showed on Tuesday.
US Steel Canada to sell Hamilton Works operations  The Globe and Mail
US Steel to get $185 million loan from parent company to keep operating
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Thefts of bikes, other personal items on the rise in Vancouver (with photos)
THE PROBLEM. Bike thefts are on the rise in Vancouver for the second straight year, up 13 per cent in 2014 from the same time last year.
Vancouverites urged to watch belongings after spike in thefts  CTV News
Theft on the rise in Vancouver: police  The Province
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Ontario allows wood-framed buildings up to six storeys
Developers are promising more mid-sized condo projects after Ontario followed through on a promise to allow wood-framed buildings up to six storeys.
Changes to Ontario Building Code allow wood-frame buildings up to six storeys  Canadian Architect
Province allowing wood frame buildings up to 6 storeys  CKWS
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Why banks want saving from themselves
It's a sign of the insanity in our housing-obsessed, household debt-driven economy that bankers want government to restrain banks.
No major housing finance changes in store, Oliver says  StarPhoenix
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