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Janet Yellen, Jackson Hole and the anti-Davos
A fishing hole in the middle of Wyoming might not be the first place that leaps to mind when one thinks of venues for major world economic conferences, but the bucolic scene of Jackson Hole is just that.
The close: TSX fluctuates as resources trim gains on Fed rate hike talk  The Globe and Mail
TSX creeps higher in volatile session post Yellen speech  bnn.ca
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Bombardier hands out pink slips in Montreal
MONTREAL -- Bombardier handed out pink slips Friday to aerospace employees in Montreal as part of its efforts announced in February to trim 7,000 workers over two years.
Layoff notices handed out at Bombardier  Montreal Gazette
Learjet Issues Layoff Notices To 30 Production Workers  Aviation Week
Will Canadian banks' blowout profits silence skeptics?
One strong quarterly profit report from a Canadian big bank can be dismissed as an anomaly. Two strong reports from two big banks might be a coincidence.
Is the worst of the crude crash over for Canada's banks?  bnn.ca
Canadian banks shake off oilpatch fears, report better than expected earnings  Canadian Underwriter
Feds run $1B deficit in 1Q, down from $5B surplus in 2015
OTTAWA -- The federal government ran a deficit of $1.0 billion for the first quarter of its fiscal year, down from a surplus of $5.0 billion in the same period last year though "broadly consistent" with projections in the 2016-17 budget, the Finance ...
Ottawa runs nearly $1-billion deficit in first quarter of fiscal year  The Globe and Mail
First Quarter Of Fiscal Year Has Ottawa Skating On $1-Billion Deficit  HiBusiness (blog)
Royal Bank 'closely monitoring' housing markets in Vancouver, Toronto: CEO
TORONTO - Royal Bank CEO David McKay says the lender is "closely monitoring" the real estate markets in Vancouver and Toronto, where home prices have been climbing at a breakneck pace.
In the coming credit crisis, some Canadian banks will take a harder hit  The Globe and Mail
Stock Market Crash A Chance? RBC Closely Watching Housing Markets In ...  Markets Morning
Trudeau wants to engage on trade, investment and human rights with China
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks with Hu Chunhua, Politburo Member of the Communist Party of China and Party Secretary of Guangdong Province before a meeting in the prime minister's office on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Tuesday, May 10, ...
To win with Beijing, Trudeau must play both softball and hardball  The Globe and Mail
The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Quebec business coalition supports Energy East pipeline
MONTREAL -- A coalition of business groups and large unions came out together in defence of TransCanada's Energy East pipeline project Friday and said it will spur economic development and job creation.
Charest Affair: How the NEB tried to use Montreal's mayor as a pipeline prop  National Observer
Quebec coalition of businesses and unions in favour of Energy East pipeline  The Globe and Mail
The husky spill
Last month, some 200,000 litres of oil spilled into the North Saskatchewan river. Officials have praised the company for its financial response to the crisis, but critics are concerned about the lack of transparency, Carrie Tait reports.
Wait until Monday, Husky tells oil-impacted First Nation  National Observer
EPCOR treatment plants struggle to clean water fast enough to meet demand  CBC.ca
North American stock indexes rise, loonie falls in morning trading
TORONTO - North American stock markets were showing modest gains this morning. At the Toronto Stock Exchange, the S&P/TSX index was up 46.34 points at 14,672.58 after nearly two hours of trading.
TSX edges slightly higher as materials stocks rebound  Reuters Canada
S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canadian Indices  Canada NewsWire (press release)
GE Breaks Ground in Welland for new Multi-Modal "Brilliant Factory"
WELLAND, ON, Aug. 26, 2016 /CNW/ - GE (NYSE:GE) –Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Federal Minister of International Trade, joined GE global executives and representatives from Welland and the Niagara Region in a ...
GE's 'brilliant factory' means 220 new jobs for Welland  Hamilton Spectator
EDITORIAL: Premier gives Niagara the silent treatment  St. Catharines Standard