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Growing number of workers choosing to be paid with Bitcoin: payroll firm
This April 3, 2013 file photo shows bitcoin tokens in Sandy, Utah. A small but growing ??? and surprising ??? number of workers are rejecting Canadian dollar salaries for Bitcoin, according to a Waterloo, Ont.
Growing number of workers choosing to be paid with Bitcoin, payroll firm says  CTV News
Wagepoint paying Canadian salaries in bitcoin  CoinBuzz
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China's property conundrum
The various steps that China is taking to stem house price rises seems to be working, but can the government manage an orderly slowdown in the property sector?
Chinese home prices drop again in August -surveys  Reuters
China moving quickly to roll out property taxes nationwide  The Globe and Mail
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Mitzie Hunter has no pension but will try to get one for all Ontario workers
It's a bold government that introduces a go-it-alone program that is expensive, apt to be deeply unpopular in some quarters and a tough sell in others, where the upside won't be obvious for another 30 years.
Lots to learn from Ontario's pension plan  North Shore News
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Clothes Dryer Fire Safety
In March 2013, a fatal fire in East Gwillimbury, Ontario claimed the lives of four family members. The cause of the fire was determined to be a clothes dryer that was not installed or maintained as per the dryer manufacturer's instructions.
Is your dryer vent a fire hazard?  Hamilton Spectator
Does Your Dryer's Vent Need Cleaning?
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Workers demand flight compensation
Kelly Harrington, president of the Saskatoon and District Labour Council, brings burgers from the Labour Day barbecue to picketers outside of Cameco at Victoria Park on Monday.
Locked-out Cameco workers demand flight compensation  StarPhoenix
Locked-out Cameco workers picket Saskatoon headquarters
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New Economic Council speeds Arctic commerce
The founding meeting of the Arctic Economic Council is taking place in Canada (Sept. 2-3). Critics fear the new business body will speed up the exploitation of a fragile environment struggling with climate change.
Arctic business forum has first meeting, fulfilling Canadian promise
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US Firms Feel Unwelcome in China, According to Survey
A survey by the American Chamber of Commerce released on Tuesday shows that 60% of companies feel less welcome in China than before, a sharp increase from 41% in the previous poll a year ago.
US business lobby says concerned China antitrust probes unfair  Reuters Canada
Foreign companies in China feel 'targeted': Survey  Economic Times
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INSIGHT-Burger King has maneuvered to cut US tax bill for years
LONDON, Sept. 2 (Reuters) - Burger King may have taken a lot of flack in the past week for a deal that should curb its U.S. tax bill but in many ways it is consistent with the burger chain's aggressive tax-reduction strategies in recent years.
Tim Hortons deal a reminder that business taxes matter  Lethbridge Herald
The Real Tim Horton  Wall Street Journal
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Your kitchen countertops � quartz or granite?
When installing new countertops in your kitchen, you are faced with a dilemma - granite or quartz? The experts at KitchensON in Peterborough say the good news is that it is a personal choice and you can never go wrong by choosing either one.
Know your options before buying countertops  Hamilton Spectator
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Spain sells 50-year bond for first time
Spanish bonds have returned 13 per cent this year, set for the largest annual gain since 1996, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch Indexes.
UPDATE 1-Spain raises 1 billion euros in first 50-year bond  Reuters
Spain Sells First 50-Year Government Bonds  Bloomberg
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