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TSX, loonie tumble weighed down by sluggish manufacturing data from China
Sluggish manufacturing data from China weighed heavily on commodities and sent stock markets in Toronto and New York into broad-based declines.
TSX, Wall Street markets join global retreat as the loonie sheds more than a ...  Financial Post
Toronto, New York markets join global retreat; loonie sheds more than a cent  Winnipeg Free Press  
Tax-avoidance schemes becoming taboo, finance committee hears
Complex tax schemes designed to shift money overseas are going the way of smoking in restaurants in terms of social and legal acceptance, an accounting firm executive has told MPs studying tax evasion and avoidance.
Accounting giant KPMG defends Isle of Man tax practices before House committee  Financial Post
KPMG tax exec to testify at Commons committee about alleged offshore ' ...
TransLink CEO talks funding, tapping in and value for money
When Stephen Quinn interviews guests on On The Coast, they usually come to his home turf: the CBC Vancouver studio. But recently, Quinn interviewed TransLink's new CEO Kevin Desmond on his home turf: the 99 B-Line bus during the morning rush.
Six weeks in, TransLink CEO weighs in on challenges  640 Toronto News
TransLink needs help to improve customer experience: CEO  News1130
BC auditor general slams mining sector in report
B.C.'s auditor general delivered a damning report Tuesday that concluded the province's compliance and enforcement actions in the mining sector are not adequate to protect the environment.
Government failing to protect environment from mines: auditor general  Business in Vancouver
Compliance and enforcement lacking in BC's mining sector: auditor general  Smithers Interior News
Regina Food Bank fundraiser aims to keep families full this summer
The Regina Food Bank's first Every Plate Full fundraiser kicked off Tuesday at the Co-op Food Store on Quance Street. The campaign's goal is that no Regina family goes hungry this summer.
Regina Food Bank kicks off 'Every Plate Full' fundraiser
Regina Food Bank kicks off its Every Plate Full campaign  620
Last In, First Out review sees duelling public campaigns by shrimp harvesters
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans will review the Last In, First Out (LIFO) policy for the northern shrimp fishery and that has two groups of harvesters launching two very different public campaigns.
FFAW launches ad campaign supporting inshore shrimp fishery  Western Star
FFAW Launches Fishing Industry Media Campaign  VOCM
Record-breaking Okanagan heat could mean record cherry crop
KELOWNA - It's been a record-breaking season for heat and that could mean a record-breaking season for Okanagan cherries. Penny Gambell has been an Okanagan fruit grower for more than 60 years and says this is already shaping up to be a stand-out ...
Cherries blooming earlier and in record numbers in BC
Bumpercrop of Okanagan cherries  Kelowna Capital News
Campaign to highlight importance of small businesses
Mishka Balsom, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce. (Mike DiBattista/Niagara Falls Review/Postmedia Network).
Rising hydro crippling businesses – OCC report  North Bay Now (press release)
CarShare HFX becomes CarShare Atlantic and expands hybrid fleet
CarShare HFX unveiled a new company name, logo, and website on Tuesday - as well as a slew of new hybrid vehicles being added to their fleet.
'A mobility love affair:' CarShare Atlantic expansion into ...  MetroNews Canada
CarShare Atlantic's rebranded cavalry rides to the rescue of stranded ...
Alberta to revamp medical lab testing; sets higher bar for private labs
EDMONTON - Alberta is revamping how it delivers medical laboratory services and the health minister says the bar is going to be higher for any private companies.
Report recommends new public agency be responsible for medical tests in the ...  Edmonton Journal