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U.S. Steel Surge 7% On Strategic Actions, Rosy Outlook
(RTTNews.com) - Shares of U.S. Steel Corp. ( X ) surged nearly seven percent in extended trading on Tuesday after the steel producer announced strategic actions to strengthen the company, and said it continues to expect third quarter adjusted results to be ...
U.S. Steel in bankruptcy protection  Simcoe Reformer
US Steel Canada files for court-supervised protection  CBC.ca
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Mirabel terminal set for demolition
The fight to save Mirabel's airport terminal from demolition took a major hit Tuesday. The Aeroports de Montreal has been given the go-ahead by its board of directors to award contracts to demolish the terminal.
Demolition awaits empty Mirabel airport terminal  Montreal Gazette
Mirabel passenger terminal to be demolished  CBC.ca
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Tim Hortons merger unaffected by US tax law move, filings show
The U.S. government may soon clamp down on companies reducing their U.S. tax payments by way of foreign acquisitions, but such a change wouldn't stop the merger of Burger King Worldwide Inc. and Tim Hortons Inc., filings show.
How Burger King wooed Tim Hortons  OurWindsor.ca
It took Burger King three offers and nearly six months to finally win over ...  The Province
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Ed Clark: An era marked by straight talk and results at TD Bank
Toronto-Dominion Bank's outgoing chief executive held court on Bay Street Tuesday, hinting at first that he would weigh in on his latest pet project: fretting that Canada's economy isn't making the transformational shifts required to compete this century.
TD Bank CEO says Ottawa should tighten lending rules  The Telegram
Growing inequality in society a corrosive thing: TD chief  OurWindsor.ca
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TSX rises as investors brace for Fed
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index edged higher on Tuesday, driven by gains in most major sectors as investors nervously awaited the outcome of a key U.S.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises as investors brace for Fed  Reuters
Closing Bell: TSX, Wall St. higher ahead of Fed statement, lift in oil prices  Financial Post
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UPDATE 2-Bank of Canada cheered by exports, but sees slack in job market
(Recasts with comments from Poloz press conference). By Allison Lampert. DRUMMONDVILLE, Quebec, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Recent Canadian economic data has been encouraging, particularly on exports, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said on ...
Loonie closes sharply higher after BoC indicates hands-off approach to currency  The Globe and Mail
Canada Business Population Stalls in Trend Poloz Follows  Bloomberg
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Home sales forecast boosted
OTTAWA - The Canadian Real Estate Association raised its home sales forecast Monday on the back of stronger than expected sales in recent months following a slow start to the year.
Regina real estate market bucks national trend  Regina Leader-Post
Sales and prices in Canada continue upward but with considerable local ...  Property Wire
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Westjet CEO says new bag fees will help it lower fares
VANCOUVER, Sept 16 (Reuters) - A new fee for checked bags will allow Canada's Westjet Airlines Ltd to lower fares, while at the same time help the budget carrier battle rising costs, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
Passengers were the impetus for new baggage fee, WestJet CEO says  Vancouver Sun
WestJet's new baggage fare unfair, frequent fliers say, but nobody's ...  Calgary Sun
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Smoke clears as crews douse Iqaluit 'dumpcano'
IQALUIT, Nunavut -- A long-smouldering dump fire in Iqaluit, dubbed the "dumpcano," is finally out. The smoky blaze had been burning on the south side of the Nunavut capital since May.
Iqaluit 'dumpcano' garbage fire finally extinguished  Toronto Star
Iqaluit dump fire extinguished after 4 months  CBC.ca
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Business association asks council for help with public toilet problem
The Chinatown and Little Italy Business Association says it has run out of solutions to deal with homeless people using downtown streets, alleys and backyards as toilets.
Business owners in Edmonton's Chinatown still dealing with defecation ...  MetroNews Canada
Solve Edmonton's public bathroom problems with supportive, permanent ...  Edmonton Sun
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