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TSX flat as miners' gains offset by losses in oil shares
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was little changed on Monday as a decline in shares of energy producers, as oil prices dropped, neutralized strength in mining shares.
Closing Bell: TSX in the red ahead of corporate earnings, economic data  Financial Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX little changed as energy drop offset by miners, banks  Reuters
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Peak a boo-boo: Bank's description of new $10 bill named wrong mountain
For Toronto resident Hitesh Doshi, one of the most memorable moments during a trip to the Canadian Rockies was hiking Mount Edith Cavell with his family and getting up close to the mountain's Angel glacier.
Bank of Canada quietly fixes error about $10 bill  The Globe and Mail
University professor spots error in mountain featured on $10 bill  CTV News
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Canada Stocks Fall as Athabasca Slumps to Lead Oil Drop
Canadian stocks fell, after closing last week at a record, as a decline in oil producers overshadowed rising metal prices before U.S.
Athabasca hits 7-month low on PetroChina pay wait  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
Athabasca Oil Corp shares dive on worries over PetroChina $1.23-billion payment  Financial Post
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Mall construction boom is fuelled by the tastes of Canada's wealthiest
A construction crane towers over the expanding Sherway Gardens mall in Toronto on Friday, July 25, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette.
Mall construction boom fuelled by wealthy  Stockhouse
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In a surprising move, Dollar Tree will buy Family Dollar for $8.5 billion
When Family Dollar announced plans in April to shutter 370 stores and slash its prices after another disappointing earnings report, most industry observers were convinced it was only a matter of time before the struggling discount retailer changed hands.
Dollar Tree Bids for Family Dollar to Help Compete With Big Retailers  New York Times
Family Dollar: No plans to move workers now, but maybe later [The Charlotte ...  Businessweek
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Rules for next wireless auction could mean small carriers will bulk up
TORONTO - Ottawa set out the rules Monday for its upcoming auction of wireless spectrum, and some of them could make it relatively cheap for Canada's smaller carriers to upgrade the speed and features of their networks.
Canada sets deadline for wireless carriers to commit to March spectrum auction  Times Colonist
Ottawa reveals March spectrum auction details as it courts fourth carrier  The Globe and Mail
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Bitcoin faces stricter regulation in Europe
The European Commission signalled it will try to impose rules on virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin, after the bloc's banking regulator ordered lenders to shun them.
Finance memo flags Bitcoin crime potential  www.norfolknews.ca/
Internal Finance memo warns of potential for Bitcoin-related crime  CTV News
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Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Bank of Nova Scotia Accused of Silver Price Manipulation
Bloomberg Businessweek reported over the weekend that Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB), HSBC Holdings plc (NYSE:HSBC) and the Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS) have been accused in a lawsuit of rigging the silver price.
Scotiabank & 2 other banks accused of rigging silver price  CBC.ca
Scotiabank, Deutsche, HSBC accused of rigging silver price  MINING.com
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Rideau Centre closed due to power outage
A power outage at the busy Rideau Centre in downtown Ottawa closed the mall early Monday. The lights went out at the mall around 3 p.m.
Power failure closes Rideau Centre shops  Ottawa Citizen
Cops hunt Rideau Centre burglar  Ottawa Sun
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'It's exciting news for Richmond County'
BEAR HEAD - A long-mothballed liquefied natural gas development in Richmond County appears to have found a new lease on life. Other news.
Quicksilver Resources Inc, Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd enter LNG export fray ...  Financial Post
LNGL looks to Canada  The West Australian
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