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Royal Bank sees benefit from closing some city branches, reinvests in digital
A Royal Bank of Canada sign is shown in the financial district in Toronto on Tuesday, August 22, 2017. Royal Bank says its decision to close 25 branches mainly in city centres across Canada over the past year is having a minimal impact on clients, as ...
Royal Bank of Canada Posts a Strong Q3 and Increases its Dividend by 5%  The Motley Fool Canada
RBC says closing city branches had minimal effect on customers  Toronto Star
The Globe and Mail  
Wealthsimple launches investment portfolio for observant Muslims
Robo-adviser Wealthsimple has launched a new investment portfolio for observant Muslims, a move the company says builds off its success targeting smaller, underserviced groups of investors.
Wealthsimple introduces a new investment portfolio for observant Muslims  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Wealthsimple launches new portfolio to help Muslims invest according to ...  BetaKit
New system aims to clear ice and snow from cables of Alex Fraser Bridge
B.C. plans to install a new $5-million cable collar system on the Alex Fraser Bridge to prevent falling ice from threatening drivers and their vehicles.
Cable collars to be added to Alex Fraser Bridge to avoid snow and ice buildup  Vancouver Sun
Alex Fraser Bridge improvements targeting traffic congestion and ice removal
Atlantic salmon escape US fish farm near BC waters
Up to 305,000 Atlantic salmon have escaped from a Washington State fish farm near British Columbia, leading a local Indigenous community to warn the release of this invasive species could devastate its fishery and wildlife officials are encouraging ...
Thousands of Atlantic salmon dumped in Pacific after eclipse's high ...  CTV News
Farm net collapses in San Juan Islands, thousands of fish escape  Times Colonist
Saskatchewan will battle Alberta's appeal on beer tax rebates
The Saskatchewan government says it will vigorously defend Canadian interests in an appeal involving a beer tax in Alberta. A trade panel ruled earlier this month that Alberta is providing what amount to tax rebates to its small breweries ...
Alberta burns through half of financial cushion built into budget, but ...  The Globe and Mail
Tumbling oil continues to plague Alberta's bottom line: Ceci  BNN
Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu Refuses To Talk About Passenger Bumping
Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu speaks during a luncheon meeting of the Canadian Club of Toronto on Nov. 12, 2010. ADVERTISEMENT. Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu clearly wants to change the channel on all the negative publicity airlines have ...
Direct flights between Montreal and Tokyo to begin next summer  Montreal Gazette
Air Canada's Montreal to Japan direct flight expected to generate ...  CTV News
CPP changes will disqualify 243000 from Guaranteed Income Supplement: report
The federal government's plans to enhance the Canada Pension Plan will ultimately bump 243,000 low-income Canadians from qualifying for the Guaranteed Income Supplement, according to the latest report from Canada's chief actuary.
CPP reform to help boost plan's assets above $15 trillion by 2090: analysis  Terrace Standard
BC Green Leader calls for foreign buyer limits on agricultural land
The leader of the BC Green Party is calling for a crackdown on the foreign purchase of farmland. Speaking with guest host Drex on CKNW's The Jon McComb Show, Andrew Weaver said Metro Vancouver's foreign buyer tax has had some effect on cooling the ...
Greens push to end 'speculative' sales of farmland to foreign buyers ...  Times Colonist
TSX up as RBC earnings boost banks, energy stocks jump with oil
A man walks past an old Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) sign in Toronto, June 23, 2014. Canada's main stock index was little changed on Monday as weakness in financial and energy shares offset gains in the materials sector.
Could a Rally Be on the Horizon for the TSX?  The Motley Fool Canada
TSX up 96 points in midafternoon trading; dollar edges ahead  Times Colonist
Twitter Canada searching for new director after Rory Capern abruptly steps down
TORONTO - The managing director of Twitter Canada has unexpectedly stepped down a year and a half after taking on the job. Rory Capern said on Twitter that he was grateful for the chance to lead the division and was looking forward to what's next ...
NAACP wants meeting with NFL commissioner about Kaepernick  News1130
Twitter Canada head steps down  IT World Canada