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Canada in 'mild recession' after economy shrinks five months in a row
Canada's economy has chalked up its longest slump since the Great Recession amid trouble from the oil patch to the factory floor.
Canda's economy shrank for fifth straight month: StatsCan  CTV News
In Canada Two Quarterly Contractions Don't Always Mean Recession  Bloomberg
Toronto Sun  
TSX ends up on gains for banks, miners
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index ended higher on Friday, its fourth straight session of gains, as investors saw value in some beaten-down miners and banks that have also been under pressure.
TSX pushed higher on materials stocks, Canadian dollar slips  CTV News
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rally pushes on with aid of banks, miners  Reuters
Fast ramp-up at Kearl expansion spurs Imperial production beat
Imperial Oil reported better reliability at its initial Kearl oilsands facility at left and a faster than expected ramp up at the expansion project under construction at right in this file picture.
Imperial Oil profit falls by 90 per cent
Imperial Oil profits drop 90 per cent amid falling oil prices  CTV News
Toyota gets $100M in aid for Ontario plants
The federal and provincial governments have teamed up to provide $100 million in financial assistance to help expand Toyota's manufacturing operations in southern Ontario.
Ontario, Ottawa putting up $100M for Toyota expansion in southern Ontario  Toronto Star
Toyota's $421-million investment bodes well for future of local plants  Waterloo Record
Enbridge Inc hits 'headwind' on Line 9 project and takes writedown on ...
CALGARY - Despite beating analysts' expectations, Enbridge Inc.'s second quarter earnings were hampered by delays to its Line 9 pipe reversal and a $440-million writedown on its goodwill.
Regulator-ordered Enbridge tests could end by December
Enbridge moves into the black, but earnings still dip 24 percent (blog)
'Meth lab not included': 2 houses featured in 'Breaking Bad' for sale in ...
This 3,500-square foot, 4-bedroom home in the Albuquerque's Country Club area that was used in AMC's TV series "Breaking Bad" is up for sale, Wednesday, July 29, 2015.
PHOTOS: Two houses from 'Breaking Bad' up for sale  WTVD-TV
Jesse Pinkman's 'Breaking Bad' House Is for Sale, Bitch  Moviefone
City launches safety audit of signaling system for long-delayed Metro LRT Line
After its opening was delayed for more than a year, officials with the City of Edmonton said an independent safety audit of the signaling system on the Metro LRT Line would be carried out.
Metro LRT line to open for basic service without signalling system
City explores 'interim service' for problem-plagued Edmonton Metro ...  Edmonton Journal
China stocks look set for biggest monthly loss in six years
China stocks fell on Friday and looked set to suffer their biggest monthly loss in nearly six years even as Beijing rolled out a series of support measures and promised to step up efforts to bolster the flagging economy.
China targets high-frequency traders in 'spoofing' probe  Financial Times
Chinese target spoofing as Japan criticises bid to prop up stocks  TODAYonline
Potash Corp. Of Saskatchewan No Longer Is Expensive (POT)
Potash Corp's financial results are okayish, but the company is warning for lower nitrogen sales. After its 20% share price drop, Potash Corp is now attractively priced at a 6% free cash flow yield.
PotashCorp remains resolute to buy German rival, pares outlook  Creamer Media's Mining Weekly
Potash Corp./Saskatchewan (POT) Releases FY15 Earnings Guidance  sleekmoney
Dairy Dispute Disrupts Pacific Trade Talks
KA'ANAPALI, Hawaii—A bitter fight over the dairy industry is souring high-level talks aimed at concluding a sweeping trade agreement among 12 Pacific nations, according to people involved in the negotiations.
TPP a threat to knowledge and innovation  New Zealand Herald
McConnell warns Obama against tobacco carve-out in trade deal  The Hill