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Breaking a record: Alibaba raises $25 billion through IPO
With the surge in its share price, Alibaba's market value jumped to more than $220 billion. By AFP. Published: September 21, 2014.
Are Alibaba's Best Days Ahead, or Behind It?  TIME
Alibaba IPO bulls are missing some red flags  MarketWatch
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Metals, gold, materials drop TSX 200 points
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market pulled back sharply in heavy trading Friday, weighed down by metals and mining, gold and financials stocks.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX falls most in months on broad weakness  Reuters
TSX falls most in months on broad weakness  Reuters Canada
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Banks on the hook to Quebecers for undisclosed currency conversion charges
A coffee shop displays signs for Visa, MasterCard and Discover, in Washington in this file photo taken May 1, 2013. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/Files).
Canada's top court finds Quebec consumer protection law can apply to banks  mysask.com
Canada's top court restores judge's ruling against some bank credit ...  Brandon Sun
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Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme Ruled Securities Fraud in SEC Win
A Bitcoin Ponzi scheme amounted to securities fraud that can be challenged by federal regulators, a judge ruled as he fined a Texas man $40.6 million and blocked him from further illegal trading of the virtual currency.
Texas Man Fined for Running Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme  Yahoo News UK
US judge awards $40.7M in SEC case over bitcoin Ponzi scheme  Toronto Sun
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TransCanada says Keystone XL costs to nearly double
CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 19 (Reuters) - The total cost of TransCanada Corp's controversial Keystone XL pipeline is likely to nearly double following six years of regulatory delays, a company spokesman said on Friday.
Keystone XL pipeline costs to nearly double to as much as US$10B ...  Financial Post
Keystone XL still waiting after six years  Lincoln Journal Star
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Loblaws recalling glass mugs over shatter risk
Loblaw Companies Limited is recalling two types of glass mugs sold in the Atlantic region because they can break when filled with hot liquid.
Loblaw recalls glass mugs that could break when filled with hot liquid  CTV News
Loblaw recall glass mugs that could break when filled with hot liquid  CityNews
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Hope for homeless
For a sleep-out, there wasn't a lot of sleeping going on. On an unseasonably warm Thursday night, about 160 of the city's movers and shakers trudged through downtown streets to get a small glimpse of what life is like for Winnipeg's homeless.
CEOs sleep outside, raise $200K for homeless in Winnipeg  CBC.ca
Minister Bergen and Winnipeg's Business Community Participate in " ...  DigitalJournal.com
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Canadian home ownership more costly than thought, BMO report says
New home hunters be warned: The price you expect to pay for a new home is likely $83,556 short of what you'll actually end up spending, according to a new survey.
Real Estate Market Shifting in Ontario  Net Newsledger
Calgary house hunters expect to pay more than they first thought  Calgary Herald
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Environmental group challenges port's approval of BC coal terminal
An application filed in Federal Court says the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority failed to consider certain environmental effects set out in the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.
Court challenge aims to block new coal terminal  Peace Arch News
Fraser Surrey Docks challenge launched  CKNW News Talk 980
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Police investigate after man found dead in downtown hotel
An investigation is underway after a 51-year-old man collapsed in the lobby of a downtown Vancouver hotel Friday and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Vancouver police investigating death of man after altercation (with video)  Vancouver Sun
Vancouver police investigate regarding a man's death on Abbott near ...  Oye! Times
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