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Canadian stocks are loving this energy burst, but Wall Street sinks on Apple woes
Associated PressWall Street was lower in choppy trading, pulled lower by Apple and healthcare stocks. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
At midday: Energy stocks lead TSX higher  The Globe and Mail
TSX finishes higher by 23 points, buoyed by OPEC deal optimism  CBC.ca
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Alberta to introduce tax credit for investments in small businesses up until 2019
CALGARY -- The Alberta government plans to introduce a tax credit for investments in small businesses in the fall sitting of the legislature.
Alberta plans tax credit for investments in tech, tourism  CBC.ca
Alberta gets $3M to attract business headquarters to Calgary  PLANT
Dividend Alert: Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE:TD) Pays $0.422 Per Share
As per Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE:TD) announcement on 2016-08-25, the dividend payout was $0.422 per share. The dividend payment date is 2016-10-31 and record date is 2016-10-07.
Young Investors: Should Toronto-Dominion Bank or Enbridge Inc. Be in Your TFSA?  The Motley Fool Canada
TD looks to acquire corporate loans in US  The Globe and Mail
YVR operators guilty of unfair practices, says Competition Bureau
The federal Competition Bureau says the Vancouver Airport Authority (VAA) is unfairly limiting competition among in-flight catering companies at Vancouver International Airport.
Competition Bureau goes after Vancouver Airport Authority for 'refusing ...  Financial Post
Competition Bureau accuses Vancouver airport of restricting airline catering  CTV News
BC city signs deal requiring bus stop ads to be half in English
Richmond where nearly 50 per cent of the residents identify as having Chinese ancestry, signed a contract earlier this year with an advertising agency.
Four-hour ambulance wait  Castanet.net
City of Richmond, advertiser reach deal over non-English bus stop ads  News1130
No increase to the Manitoba's minimum wage this October
After years of increases under the previous NDP government, Manitoba's minimum wage will not change this October. The Pallister government has decided to hold the line on the hourly minimum rate at $11, at least for now.
Small business optimism 'stuck in neutral' in September, CFIB says  Regina Leader-Post
Lack of minimum wage hike a $400 hit to Manitoba families, say advocates  CBC.ca
Manitoba deficit lower than previous estimates
The Manitoba government is seeing a $166-million improvement in its deficit situation over its own estimates earlier this year. Finance Minister Cameron Friesen released Manitoba's public accounts for the 2015-16 fiscal year on Thursday, and announced ...
Provincial deficit at $846 million, lower than PC projections  CTV News
Provincial Deficit Lower Than Initially Predicted  CKNW News Talk 980
Gas prices expected to jump in Winnipeg Thursday
Pump prices are expected to rise seven to eight cents a litre in Winnipeg Thursday afternoon, according to gasbuddy.com. GETTY IMAGES.
Gas price hike on the horizon ...  MY PG NOW
Gas prices could spike up to five cents per litre Friday: Gasbuddy  News1130
63% of Albertans oppose NDP carbon tax, poll suggests
A majority of Albertans disapprove of the NDP's climate plan and even more don't support the looming carbon tax, despite Premier Rachel Notley's suggestions to the contrary, a new poll suggests.
A big thumbs-down for carbon tax, poll finds  Calgary Sun
Poll shows majority of Albertans not buying into province's climate plan  CTV News
SNC-Lavalin stock falls after news of 'unfavourable' costs on two Middle East ...
MONTREAL • SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. shares took their biggest hit in more than a year Thursday after the company lowered a profit forecast on news of troubles with two oil and gas projects in the Middle East.
SNC-Lavalin updates outlook for full year 2016 results  Edmonton Journal
SNC-Lavalin cuts 2016 profit forecast on two troubled Mideast projects  The Globe and Mail