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Ford Canada adding 1000 new jobs at its Oakville facility
Ford Motor Co. of Canada says it is adding 1,000 jobs at its plant in Oakville to build the 2015 Ford Edge crossover SUV. The automaker says the vehicle will go on sale next year and be exported to more than 100 countries around the world.
Ford adds 1000 jobs at retooled Oakville plant  The Globe and Mail
Ford hiring 1000 people for Oakville assembly plant  Toronto Star
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NWT premier Bob McLeod promotes Arctic pipeline idea in Washington
The premier of the Northwest Territories is in the American capital promoting an "Arctic Gateway" to carry oil through the territory to international markets.
Washington hears of Plan B for exporting oil: an 'Arctic Gateway'  580 CFRA Radio
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Quebec's Plan Nord revived by Premier Couillard; aided by $50-million LNG ...
MONTREAL - Premier Philippe Couillard is breathing new life into the Plan Nord, the development strategy for northern Quebec left for dead by the preceding Parti Qu�b�cois government.
Quebec takes stake in LNG marketer as Plan Nord push resumes  Financial Post
Couillard says drop in metals prices won't hinder northern development plan  Brandon Sun
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CANADA STOCKS-TSX records biggest monthly drop since May 2012
... * TSX down 16.41 points, or 0.11 percent, at 14,960.51 * Five of 10 main index sectors decline * Selloff in oil price weighs on energy shares By John Tilak TORONTO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index posted its biggest monthly decline since ...
TSX records biggest monthly drop since May 2012  Reuters Canada
TSX lower amid new signs of weakness  Regina Leader-Post
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Bank watchdog rejects interfering with lenders' mortgage business
Canada's banking regulator is washing his hands of the idea of forcing banks to assume more of the risks from their mortgage businesses.
Canadian watchdog says banks can withstand major housing downturn  Reuters
Tough Rules Gave Canada Banks Advantage, Says OSFI's Rudin  Bloomberg
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Air Canada adds extra staff at Toronto Pearson because of baggage fee
TORONTO (NEWS1130) - Air Canada is taking off with a pilot project over its new domestic baggage fee in at least one Canadian Airport.
Air Canada begins crackdown on oversized carry-on baggage  Globalnews.ca
Air Canada begins crackdown on carry-on bags in Toronto ahead of new $25 fee  Financial Post
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'There's an excitement in the air': Officials update progress on Rogers Place
Months after construction started on Edmonton's downtown arena, Rogers Place, officials with the City and the construction company building the structure gave an update on progress.
Photos: Major milestone as steel sections added to arena site  Edmonton Journal
Media given tour of Rogers Place as building's structure takes shape  CBC.ca
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New downtown Toronto GO bus terminal planned as part of $2B office complex
Ontario is partnering with a global real-estate company to build a new GO Bus terminal in downtown Toronto that will become part of an integrated transport hub at Union Station and include a walkway and park over the rail corridor.
New GO bus terminal part of massive project  Toronto Sun
Toronto to get new GO bus terminal at Union Station  CHCH News
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Finance Minister Oliver says to shrink national debt, grow the economy
Joe Oliver says the government can shrink the national debt by growing the economy and �without actually paying off any debt,� but some groups are urging the Finance Minister to take a more aggressive approach.
There are challenges, but Canada is up to them, Durham business leaders hear  durhamregion.com
Joe Oliver says Canada 'very close' to eliminating budget shortfall  Financial Post
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Manitoba government defends infrastructure spending
The province says it spent $115 million dollars more last year on infrastructure than the year before. Randall Paull / Global News.
Manitoba deficit slightly higher than forecast; net debt jumps $1.4B  570 News
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