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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
Wall Street Journal  
West Vancouver transit workers to strike Monday
The union representing bus drivers and transit workers in West Vancouver says its 149 members will go on strike indefinitely starting Monday.
Strike will park West Vancouver's Blue Buses Monday morning  Vancouver Sun
West Vancouver bus service on full scale strike after negotiations fail
Canadian dollar drops to lowest level since March, below 75 cents US
The Canadian dollar traded below 75 cents US Friday, for the first time since March. The almost one-cent drop comes partly because of signals from the Bank of Canada - although the central bank is likely fine with a lower loonie.
Canadian dollar takes a dive as weak economic data points to possible rate cut  BNN
Falling retail sales, cooler-than-forecast inflation keep rate-cut talk alive  The Globe and Mail
Chinese-language forest tours to educate more BC residents on conservation
Conservationists have their eyes on a demographic that hasn't been tapped into before in terms of educating people about British Columbia's old growth forests.
Ancient Forest Alliance offering Stanley Park tree tours in Mandarin, Cantonese
The close: TSX continues rise as energy rally persists
Canadian stocks extended a rally to a fifth day and logged the best week since March as energy shares and banks advanced on signs inflation is picking up.
TSX rises to 16-month high, led by resource shares  Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
Canadian dollar takes a dive, TSX climbs
Royal Bank chief financial officer Janice Fukakusa to retire after 31 years at ...
Janice Fukakusa is stepping down as chief financial officer of Royal Bank of Canada, capping 31 years at Canada's biggest bank.
Royal Bank of Canada announces retirement of CAO and CFO  Insurance Business Canada (blog)
Royal Bank's CFO Janice Fukakusa to retire  Waterloo Chronicle
Weather thwarts efforts to better contain tugboat fuel spill off B.C.'s coast
BELLA BELLA, B.C. - The chief of a First Nation community says choppy weather hindered efforts Friday to deploy a larger boom to better contain a leak of diesel fuel from a sunken tugboat on British Columbia's central coast.
Weather stymies cleanup of sunken BC tug  Mississauga
Public sector lawyers, notaries to begin general strike on Monday.
Over 1,000 lawyers and notaries working for the Quebec government will begin an indefinite strike on Monday after going over a year and a half without a contract.
Quebec government lawyers, notaries to begin strike Monday
Quebec government lawyers, notaries begin strike Monday  Montreal Gazette
Kelson wins Business of the Year at 30th annual Kamloops Chamber/TD Business ...
Kelson Group Property Management was named Business of the Year at Saturday night's 30th annual Kamloops Chamber of Commerce/TD Business Excellence Awards.
Taxes to blame?
Lafarge to shut down Kamloops cement plant
TD Ameritrade, TD Bank near $4-billion Scottrade deal
TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. and its largest stakeholder, Toronto-Dominion Bank, are nearing a deal to buy online brokerage Scottrade Financial Services Inc. for $4-billion (U.
Four items you may have missed in business on Sunday  The Boston Globe
Busy Weekend for Bankers; U.K. Banking Exodus: Sunday Wrap  Bloomberg