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Canadian dollar declines ahead of Bank of Canada interest rate announcement
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was lower Tuesday, ahead of the scheduled announcement on interest rates Wednesday by the Bank of Canada.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ at nearly 1-week low with Bank of Canada in view  Reuters
Bank of Canada seen sticking to neutral pledge few see as credible  Reuters Canada
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Halliburton reaches $1B settlement of plaintiff suits from Gulf of Mexico oil spill
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Halliburton agreed to pay $1.1 billion to settle what it calls "a substantial portion" of plaintiff claims arising from the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Halliburton To Pay $1.1bn Over BP Oil Spill  Sky News
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Canadian manufacturing had upturn in August:RBC purchasing managers index ...
TORONTO - Canada's manufacturing sector gained momentum in August with overall conditions improving at the fastest past since last November, according to the RBC Canadian manufacturing purchasing managers' index.
Canada manufacturing growth at nine-month high in Aug  Reuters Canada
Canada's Manufacturing Sector Picked Up Steam In August  Business in Canada
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S&P 500 flat after ISM data; Staples, Regeneron pop
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - U.S. stocks showed little change Tuesday, catching their breath after the S&P 500 closed at a record on Friday.
TSX lower amid mixed manufacturing readings  CTV News
Canada Stocks Fluctuate After Record as Crude, Gold Prices Drop  Bloomberg
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Vale, Glencore break off talks to combine Sudbury nickel assets: sources
Vale SA and Glencore Xstrata PLC have broken off talks over combining their nickel assets in Canada in a deal that could have produced over $1-billion (U.
Glencore and Vale call off talks to combine Sudbury nickel ops: Reuters  Times Colonist
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A Burger King boycott? Senator takes a stand against corporate inversions.
After Burger King announced its plans to buy Canada's Tim Hortons and move north, Ohio's Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown has called for his constituents to eat at Ohio-based burger chains instead.
The Burger King Deal: What Happens If Your Job Moves Across The Border?  Forbes
Burger King's Acquisition Of Tim Hortons: Just Another Tax-Inversion Deal?  Bidness ETC
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Pembina Plans $1.2 Billion U.S. Foray With Pipe, Terminal
Pembina Pipeline Corp. is planning to spend $1.15 billion in a U.S. expansion to export Canadian propane to Asia and ship ethane from North Dakota to Alberta.
UPDATE 2-Pembina buys pipeline to tap into Bakken shale production  Reuters
Pembina to acquire pipeline system, interest in ethane plant for US$650M  Calgary Herald
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Is it loonie to collect your salary in Bitcoin?
A small but growing - and surprising - number of workers are rejecting Canadian dollar salaries for Bitcoin, according to a Waterloo, Ont.
Bitcoin's future depends on public acceptance  USA TODAY
Canadian Employees Increasingly Preferring Bitcoins over Dollars  CoinTelegraph
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Contractor selected for Cambridge Memorial Hospital expansion
Concord-based Bondfield Construction will handle renovation work at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, officials with the hospital and Infrastructure Ontario announced Tuesday.
Construction on local hospital can start now  570 News
$187M hospital expansion, reno contract awarded  Waterloo Record
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Locked-out Cameco workers demand flight compensation
Kelly Harrington, president of the Saskatoon and District Labour Council, brings burgers from the Labour Day barbecue in Victoria Park to picketers outside of Cameco's office building on Monday.
Workers demand flight compensation  Regina Leader-Post
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