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U.S Steel stock soars after Canadian unit files for credit protection
Shares of U.S. Steel Corp. soared on Wednesday, a day after the beleaguered steelmaker put its Canadian unit in creditor protection.
Ominous signs for those tied to U.S. Steel  Hamilton Spectator
Marvin Ryder discusses U.S. Steel  CHCH News
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Internet security a priority, Industry Minister James Moore tells Canada-U.S. ...
WASHINGTON - Industry Minister James Moore says he would consider supporting a bill that would give Canadians the right to be forgotten on the Internet.
Tim Hortons-Burger King deal likely to be quickly processed: Industry minister  CTV News
Burger King's owners may avoid a whopper of a tax bill  The Globe and Mail
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Closing Bell: TSX falls, Wall Street rises as Fed signals it's in no hurry to raise rates
TORONTO - North American markets were mixed Wednesday as the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled it still plans on keeping its key interest rate at a record low for a considerable time.
The close: TSX falls, Wall Street rises as Fed in no hurry to raise rates  The Globe and Mail
TSX slips after US Fed comments on rate hike plans  Reuters Canada
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Average Canadians' pay to increase 2.79% in 2015: survey
TORONTO´┐ŻA new study says that Canadians, on average, can expect about the same size salary increase next year as in 2014. Human resources consultancy Pal Benefits Inc. says a survey of 401 organizations, mainly in Ontario, Alberta and British ...
Average pay to increase 2.79% in 2015, almost unchanged from 2014: survey  Yahoo News Canada (blog)
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CN facing federal fine for not moving enough grain
The federal government is fining Canadian National Railway for not moving a minimum amount of grain as outlined in the Fair Rail for Grain Farmers Act.
CN faces first fine under Fair Rail act for failing to move enough grain  The Globe and Mail
CN faces fine for not moving enough grain  MetroNews Canada
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Costco to stop accepting AmEx cards in Canada from January
Sept 18 (Reuters) - Costco Wholesale Corp said it will stop accepting American Express Co cards in Canada from next year as it will not be renewing its credit card relationship, which expires on Dec. 31.
Costco Stores in Canada to Stop Taking American Express  Businessweek
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Embraer and Republic Airways Holdings sign USD2.1bn contract for 50 E175s
Embraer signed (17-Sep-2014) a USD2.1 billion contract with Republic Airways Holdings for the sale and purchase of 50 firm E175 aircraft.
Flybe renegotiates $1.3bn aircraft deal to help reduce costs  Western Morning News
Flybe concludes 'signifcant' new aircraft supply deal  The Business Desk (registration)
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Sask. could reach 1.5M people by 2038
Statistics Canada has projected that Saskatchewan's population will continue to grow over the next 25 years, but the province has some catching up to do if it wants to adequately serve thousands more residents.
Saskatchewan's population could reach 1.5M by 2038  StarPhoenix
One in four British Columbians will be a senior in 2038  Vancouver Sun
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British Columbia court rejects bid to block Kinder Morgan pipeline
VANCOUVER, Sept 17 (Reuters) - The Supreme Court of British Columbia has rejected a local municipality's bid for a temporary injunction to stop survey work for an oil pipeline expansion project proposed by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners.
Judge rejects Burnaby's injunction bid against Kinder Morgan  The Globe and Mail
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company Files Historic Natural Gas Capacity Proposal ...  MarketWatch
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CIBC Report: Canadian Export sector will take a decade to rebuild
Canadian bank's chief economist says a consistently weak dollar and time needed to restore lost competitiveness. 0 September 17, 2014 by Ross Marowits, Canadian Press.
Rebuilding export sector will take a decade and a lower loonie: CIBC  The Telegram
U.S. growth could boost Ontario coffers: CIBC
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