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TPP trade talks fall short of deal
Trade ministers from the 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Hawaii fail to reach a deal after marathon talks in Hawaii break down.
Japan's Amari: TPP member nations clash over intellectual property issue  Reuters
No TPP deal, but Groser 'extremely confident'  New Zealand Herald
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GDP report shows economy edging closer to recession
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Canada in 'mild recession' after economy shrinks five months in a row  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
In Canada Two Quarterly Contractions Don't Always Mean Recession  Bloomberg
TSX rally pushes on with aid of banks, miners
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index notched its fourth straight day of gains on Friday, with the heavily weighted financials and materials sectors leading the way as investors sought value after a bleak couple of months.
The close: TSX ends up on gains for banks, miners  The Globe and Mail
TSX pushed higher on materials stocks, Canadian dollar slips  CTV News
RioCan in talks to recoup millions in lost rent from Target Canada
The largest landlord of insolvent Target Canada is in talks with its U.S. parent to try to collect what could be hundreds of millions of dollars of lost rent and other store costs as a result of the retailer's abrupt closing.
RioCan Real Estate mulling sale of US portfolio  CBC.ca
RioCan Reviews U.S. Property Unit for Possible Sale  Bloomberg
Government Toyota funding creates controversy
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation says the $100-million provincial and federal investment in Toyota is a “cruel joke on taxpayers,” but the mayor of Toyota hub Cambridge sees it very differently.
Ontario and Ottawa putting up $100M for Toyota expansion in Cambridge, Woodstock  CTV News
$100M Toyota aid hailed, dismissed 0  London Free Press
TransCanada says it will make the case for Energy East pipeline
TransCanada CEO Russ Girling, right, and TransCanada president of energy and oil pipelines Alex Pourbaix announce the company is moving forward with the 1.1 million barrel-per-day Energy East Pipeline project at a news conference in Calgary, Alta.
CEO: TransCanada remains '100% committed' to Keystone XL  The Sudbury Star
TransCanada Corp could nix plan for Quebec export terminal linked to Energy ...  Financial Post
Province approves new gold and silver mine in northwestern BC
VANCOUVER -- Construction will begin soon on a new gold and silver mine in northwestern British Columbia. The provincial government has issued a final operating permit for the Brucejack Mine, owned by Pretium (TSX:PVG) Resources Inc., after the project ...
BC high-grade gold mine gets green light  Vancouver Sun
Final permit for new $750m BC gold mine  MINING.com
Social media shares battered by Wall Street
The last week of July 2015 hasn't been easy for social media stocks. Investors are looking beyond headline earnings numbers to find reasons to sell stock.
LinkedIn shares fall despite good second quarter  New Zealand Herald
Fast ramp-up at Kearl expansion spurs Imperial production beat
Imperial Oil reported better reliability at its initial Kearl oilsands facility at left and a faster than expected ramp up at the expansion project under construction at right in this file picture.
Imperial Oil's profit plunges 90 per cent on oil slump, charge  The Globe and Mail
Imperial Oil second-quarter profits drop by 90 per cent on oil slide  Edmonton Journal
Don't fear potash takeover, Saskatchewan premier tells Germany
(Reuters) - The man who was instrumental in blocking a foreign takeover five years ago of Canada's Potash Corp, the world's No.
Potash Corp. Of Saskatchewan No Longer Is Expensive (POT)  Seeking Alpha
Potash Corp./Saskatchewan Given "Hold" Rating at Canaccord Genuity ...  The Legacy