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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  Toronto Star
Serving up a smile  Moose Jaw Times-Herald
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Bank of Canada cheered by exports, but sees slack in job market
By Allison Lampert. DRUMMONDVILLE Quebec (Reuters) - Recent Canadian economic data has been encouraging, particularly on exports, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said on Tuesday, but he pointed to a substantial amount of slack in the job ...
Canada's Top Central Banker 'Cautiously Optimistic' on Export ...  Wall Street Journal
Three things that drove the Canadian dollar above 91�  The Globe and Mail
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Demolition awaits empty Mirabel airport terminal
Mirabel Mayor Jean Bouchard's last-ditch gambit to save the Mirabel airport terminal did not work. He said Tuesday he filed a formal proposal to A�roports de Montr�al (ADM) for a project unveiled last week to convert the mammoth former terminal into an ...
Mirabel passenger terminal to be demolished  CBC.ca
Demolition of Mirabel airport to go ahead  Stockhouse
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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ rallies as markets await Fed decision
... * Canadian dollar at C$1.0970 or 91.16 U.S. cents * Bond prices mixed across the maturity curve (Adds details, quotes, updates prices) By Leah Schnurr TORONTO, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar rallied against the greenback on Tuesday, pulling ...
Canadian manufacturing sales hits record high  Vancouver Sun
Manufacturing Sales Rise 2.5% In July  NorthumberlandView.ca
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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
Listings up, sales down in Winnipeg home real estate market  Globalnews.ca
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Canada Revenue Agency to set up special snitch line for its own staff
OTTAWA - The taxman wants to know if any of his own are up to no good. That's why the Canada Revenue Agency is in the process of setting up a self-snitch line.
Tax agency sets up snitch line for own staff  Coast Mountain News
Taxman wants to catch its own bad apples with internal snitch line  Times Colonist
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Wind mulls growth options after recapitalization deal
Wind Mobile says operations will remain more or less the same following its sale to a consortium of investors, but the company still faces questions about whether growth plans could involve a deal with one of Canada's other wireless new entrants.
Quebecor may steer toward Mobilicity after Wind Mobile's buyout deal ...  Financial Post
Wind Mobile buyout limited threat to Canada telcos, for now  Reuters
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Iqaluit 'dumpcano' garbage fire finally extinguished
IQALUIT, NUNAVUT�A long-smouldering dump fire in Iqaluit, dubbed the �dumpcano,� is finally out. The smoky blaze had been burning in the northern city since May.
Iqaluit's long-smouldering 'dumpcano' garbage fire finally out  The Globe and Mail
Smoke clears as crews douse Iqaluit 'dumpcano'  CTV News
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Passengers were the impetus for new baggage fee, WestJet CEO says
A day after WestJet announced it will start charging passengers a fee to check their first bags on domestic and U.S.-bound flights, CEO Gregg Saretsky said the controversial decision came from passengers themselves.
Westjet CEO says new bag fees will help it lower fares  Reuters
Avoid airline baggage fees: 9 tips for packing light  CBC.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.
Closing Bell: TSX, Wall St. higher ahead of Fed statement, lift in oil prices  Financial Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends higher, eyes on US Fed meeting  Reuters
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