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Rebounding oil price powers TSX
The Toronto Stock Exchange rose for a second day, pushed higher by strength in the energy sector and a rising price for oil. The S&P/TSX composite index rose 224.44 points to close at 14,301.80.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX jumps as investors cheer oil data; Fed in spotlight  Reuters
Top Canada stocks' secret ingredient amid commodity lashing  Chicago Tribune
Business Recorder (press release) (blog)  
Home Capital Group Inc says it cut ties with 45 mortgage brokers after ...
Tyler Anderson/National PostHome Capital Group CEO Gerald Soloway. Home Capital has been the target of a number of U.S. short sellers recently as questions linger around a sharp drop in new mortgages and its split with a number of brokers.
Home Capital says it cut ties with 45 mortgage brokers after discovery of ...  Montreal Gazette
Home Capital cut ties with dozens of mortgage brokers over falsified documents  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Most Asian Futures Rise on Fed Ambiguity as Oil Extends Rebound
Most Asian index futures rose, signaling stocks in the region may extend their rebound amid stability in the Chinese market and the lack of detail from the Federal Reserve on the exact timing for interest-rate increases.
Morning MoneyBeat Asia: US Stocks Rise as Traders Discount September Hike  Wall Street Journal (blog)
The economic reports that will determine when the Fed will raise rates  The Australian Financial Review
Siemens, Bombardier Held Talks Over Train Merger
German industrial conglomerate Siemens AG SIEGY 0.01 % has held talks to combine its rail unit with Canada-based Bombardier Inc. BDRBF 5.93 % 's train business, people familiar with the matter said.
Train-making in Derby in doubt as Siemens talks to Bombardier  The Times (subscription)
Bombardier denies report of rail merger with Siemens  CBC.ca
The awe-inspiring scale of Facebook
You might like Facebook, you might find it an incredibly soul-destroying place. What's unarguable is that Mark Zuckerberg's social network is an absolutely enormous beast, and an increasingly important force in global business.
One in every five minutes on a mobile phone is spent on Facebook  Telegraph.co.uk
Facebook's mobile ads ring up more sales but come at a cost  The Times (subscription)
US sets new final rule on oil, ethanol trains
WASHINGTON, July 29 The Obama administration on Wednesday released a new final rule aimed at preventing explosive rail disasters such as the 2013 oil train derailment that killed 47 people and destroyed part of Lac-Megantic, Quebec.
Canada, US finalize new rail safety rules to avoid future derailments  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Transport Canada approves rules to secure trains in response to Lac-M�gantic  CBC.ca
Stephen McNeil vows to fight tariff on Port Hawkesbury Paper
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says the province will fight this week's ruling by the United States Department of Commerce that found Port Hawkesbury Paper's exports to the U.S.
NS mill says it plans to fight US decision on paper subsidies  CTV News
Tariff can be placed on some paper from Canada  Washington Times
Where to travel with the falling Canadian dollar
Where should Canadian travellers concerned about the declining dollar go? Trips to their favourite destination, the U.S., will cost about 10 per cent more than at the beginning of the year, since the Canadian dollar fell from about 86 cents U.S.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ dips on lack of clarity on Fed rate move  Reuters
Cross-border shopping and travelling halted due to low loonie  Vancity Buzz
Mount Polley tailings pond cleanup completes first phase
The first phase of the cleanup operation triggered by the Mount Polley tailings pond collapse has been completed. On Aug. 4, 2014, the massive dam storing tailings from the gold and copper mine gave way, spilling 24 million cubic metres of mine waste ...
Mount Polley ready for restart  BCLocalNews
Phase 1 cleanup done at site of BC's Mount Polley mine disaster: ministry  Vancouver Sun
NDP government won't help cover cost of September snowstorm
The NDP government has refused to help the City of Calgary cover the cost of millions of dollars in damages after a freak snowstorm last September that affected thousands of homeowners and businesses.
Nenshi blasts NDP government for rejecting 'Snowtember' disaster ...  Calgary Herald
Nenshi blasts Alberta NDP for 'unbelievable' Snowtember funding denial  Globalnews.ca