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Federal Reserve keeps rates steady; sees fewer risks to economy
The U.S. Federal Reserve Board is keeping interest rates unchanged while noting that near-term risks to the economy have diminished.
U.S. Federal Reserve holds rate: Read the official statement  Financial Post
Fed's more upbeat tone suggests rate hike as early as Sept.  News1130
Vancouver, we have a problem: CMHC rings alarm bells about real estate market
TORONTO - Canada's national housing agency rang more alarm bells about Vancouver's real estate sector after it released a report Wednesday saying there is now strong evidence of problematic conditions in the city.
More markets join CMHC's overheated housing list  Toronto Star
CMHC increases Vancouver's housing market risk  News1130
Facebook trumps Wall Street estimates on blistering ad sales growth
Facebook Inc's quarterly profit and revenue blew past Wall Street estimates as the company's hugely popular mobile app and a push into video attracted new advertisers and encouraged existing ones to spend more.
Facebook Shares Soar On Sales, Earnings That Blow Away Estimates  Forbes
Facebook Posts Strong Profit and Revenue Growth  Wall Street Journal
Alberta set to see most stringent carbon-pricing policy: report
Alberta is set to take the lead from British Columbia in having the country's most onerous carbon pricing, as the federal government presses all provinces to increase levies aimed at reining in greenhouse gas emissions.
Peter Foster: The carbon-pricing crowd finally admits just how much pain ...  Financial Post
Governments Can Use a Common Framework When Comparing Carbon Pricing Policies  Digital Journal
TSX turns lower as energy stocks fall with oil's tumble
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index reversed course on Wednesday, turning lower as slumping oil prices hit energy shares, offsetting gains for gold miners and companies that reported stronger-than-expected results.
At midday: TSX erases gains as oil drops  The Globe and Mail
TSX rises with resource gains, earnings beats
Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall 'not satisfied' with Husky response to oil ...
Canadian PressPremier Brad Wall said making sure there is enough drinking water for communities affected by an oil spill into a major river is the No.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall calls Husky oil spill 'terrible situation ...
WestJet profit tumbles
Montreal homes greenest among big cities in Canada, UBC study says
Toronto ranked fourth-lowest for greenhouse gas emissions, while Edmonton at bottom of the pile. Montreal's downtown streets, including McGill College Avenue.
Montreal has greenest households, has hydro power to thank: study  Montreal Gazette
UBC study reveals which city has the greenest homes in Canada  MetroNews Canada
Loblaw profit beats expectations
Loblaw Cos. Ltd. is lowering the prices of some of its products in some of its stores, offsetting the hit to its bottom line with cost cuts - a strategy that has already helped the grocer generate better-than expected second-quarter results.
Loblaw prepares for a grocery price war in a low-inflation environment  CTV News
Why Loblaw Companies Limited Is up 2% Today  The Motley Fool Canada
Steelworkers' benefits decision postponed in US Steel Canada bankruptcy hearing
U.S. Steel Canada's protection from creditors will be extended through Nov. 30, Superior Court Judge Herman Wilson-Siegel ordered on Wednesday, to allow it time to continue negotiations with interested buyers.
No benefits, no raises: Judge says no to any changes at the former Stelco  Hamilton Spectator
Court ruling delayed on US Steel pension benefits  AM900 CHML
Wynne's claims contradicted as Ontario GDP lower than some American states
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne looks on before making a climate change policy announcement at Evergreen Brickworks in Toronto, Wednesday, June 8, 2016.
Kelly McParland: Ontarians face a heavy price for Liberal-crafted budget noose  National Post
Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown calls out Ontario Liberals for ...  Mississauga