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Canada's record household debt is threatening its financial stability, global ...
AP Photo/David Goldman,In September, Statistics Canada reported household liabilities rose to 100.5 per cent of GDP, exceeding the size of its economy for the first time.
Bank of Canada seals deal with Ottawa to renew inflation target at 2%  Toronto Star
Bank of Canada sticks with 2% inflation target for 5 more years
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Canada-EU trade deal on hold as Belgium fails to reach agreement
The European Union's hopes of signing a landmark free trade deal with Canada this week appeared to evaporate on Monday as the Belgian federal government failed to win the consent of French-speaking regional authorities.
Free trade is under attack: Witness the collapse of EU-Canada talks  The Globe and Mail
CETA the canary in the coalmine of international free trade  Financial Post
Walmart in Manitoba drops Visa at 16 stores starting today
The dispute between Walmart Canada and Visa over merchant fees heats up today as the retail giant stops accepting the credit card at its 16 stores in Manitoba.
Walmart Resolute On Lower Merchant Fees, Stops Accepting Visa At Manitoba Stores  CJOB
Walmart to Stop Accepting Visa in Manitoba Monday  Am980 London News
TD Ameritrade, not TD Bank, big winner in US$4 billion deal for Scottrade ...
BloombergTD Ameritrade and its largest stakeholder, Toronto-Dominion Bank, agreed to buy Scottrade Financial Services Inc. for US$4 billion.
TD Bank, TD Ameritrade in deal to get Scottrade for $4B US
TD Ameritrade faces scrutiny over Scottrade purchase  Daily Mail
CEO of Tim Hortons' parent firm says international expansion plans still brewing
The CEO of the parent company of Tim Hortons said Monday he plans to keep pushing with an international expansion of the coffee-and-doughnut chain despite softness in the quick-service restaurant industry as well as political unrest and economic ...
Burger King owner beats expectations, but sees US 'softness'  Montreal Gazette
Restaurant Brands International beats profits expectations on new items ...  BNN
Statistics Canada reports wholesale sales gain 0.8 per cent in August
OTTAWA - Statistics Canada says wholesale sales gained 0.8 per cent to $56.8 billion in August, boosted by the miscellaneous and machinery, equipment and supplies subsectors.
Canada Wholesale Trade Climbs 0.8% in August  Wall Street Journal
Wholesale Trade Continues Streak
Canada in a 'very good fiscal situation' to run deficits, says Poloz
Canada is in a very good fiscal situation and should not be worried about running up deficits at this point, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said in a television interview aired on Sunday.
Keep borrowing money, so long as it's for infrastructure: Canada's ...
Poloz Backs Deficits as Canada May Also Need Lower Rates  Bloomberg
Toronto parking app now works for on-street spots
Motorists with the Green P app on their smartphones will be able to pay and remotely top-up on-street parking payments. Mayor John Tory arrived at a downtown Toronto news conference Monday by car and paid for parking with the city's new app.
Green P Mobile Pay Parking is Ready to Roll Out on Toronto Streets  The Province
Green P app will soon allow payment for on-street parking  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Riders stranded as Blue Bus service goes on strike
Bus drivers and mechanics with the West Vancouver Blue Bus service are on strike. The 149 unionized workers walked out overnight after mediated talks collapsed.
West Vancouver blue bus system shut down after operators go on strike
West Vancouver transit workers to strike Monday
Two new polls put Don Atchison in the lead in Saskatoon mayoral race
Two different polls show Don Atchison leading the pack in this year's Saskatoon mayoral election. The latest survey from Mainstreet Research/Postmedia shows Atchison receiving 32 per cent support, up from 30 per cent in the previous poll.
Atchison leading in two polls, days before election  CTV News