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RBC's Risk Control Strategy Under Scrutiny
Record-setting results from its capital-markets division propelled the bank to a fiscal third-quarter profit of 2.38 billion Canadian dollars ($2.17 billion).
Royal Bank says its diversified businesses will shield from volatility  Hamilton Spectator
RBC raises dividend as profits rise, lifted by capital markets  Reuters
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Inflation cools, retail hot in July
Tame inflation, but robust retail sales sent conflicting signals Friday about the Canadian economy, economists say. Statistics Canada said the rise in the cost of living was tempered in July, with the annual inflation rate coming in at 2.1 per cent.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ flat as inflation offsets retail sales data  Reuters
Inflation rate in Canada cools to 2.1% in July  CBC.ca
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City of Burnaby continuing bylaw enforcement prohibiting Kinder Morgan testing ...
The City of Burnaby will prohibit Kinder Morgan from accessing Burnaby Mountain to perform tests related to a proposed pipeline, despite a National Energy Board (NEB) ruling the company does not need to seek permission.
Vancouver Takes Trans Mountain Pipeline Challenge To Federal Court  Huffington Post Canada
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Fed's Yellen sees an improving US economy, but cautious on raising rates
By Binyamin Appelbaum JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING: Janet L. Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, said Friday that the economy was improving but that the Fed was awaiting more evidence about the health of labor markets before deciding when to ...
Yellen says she's not satisfied yet with recovery  Philly.com
Treasury Five-Year Note Yields Climb Most Since April on Yellen  Businessweek
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SaskTel's buy of arena naming rights win-win
Above, a new scrolling banner around the periphery of the seating area is unveiled at a news conference announcing SaskTel will be taking over naming rights of what will be called SaskTel Centre effective Oct. 1. Right, Ron Styles SaskTel president and ...
SaskTel Centre logo unveiled as naming rights change hands  CTV News
Credit Union Centre becoming SaskTel Centre  Globalnews.ca
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O-Train partial derailment caused by broken switch, human error
OC Transpo says a broken switch and an operator's failure to check for it caused last week's partial O-Train derailment. In a memo, OC Transpo general manager John Manconi said the switch at the Carleton University station, which moves to direct trains from ...
Human error, faulty switch caused O-Train derailment  Ottawa Citizen
Switch malfunction and human error likely causes of O-Train derailment  CTV News
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For sale: $1M ghost town in British Columbia
If you've ever dreamed of having an entire town in a picturesque valley all to yourself, Bradian, B.C., could be yours for just under $1 million.
Bradian, BC, former mining town, up for sale  CBC.ca
Abandoned Canadian mining town up for sale  MINING.com
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Weekend road closures affecting Yonge, Bathurst, Gerrard
The stretch between Richmond St and Gerrard St is closed until Sunday at 11:59 p.m. for BuskerFest. Parts of Yonge St between Gerrard and College Sts are also closed.
Road and subway closures this weekend  Toronto Star
Weekend Service Disruption on Line 1  640 Toronto News
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Infill criticisms hurled at councillor during announcement
An Edmonton city councillor was publicly berated at a news conference on Friday by a resident unhappy with plans to put infill into mature neighbourhoods.
Infill anger flares at Stony Plain Road streetscape promotion  Edmonton Journal
Infill concerns expressed by Edmonton residents  630ched.com
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In limbo no more: Toronto's Captain John's likely heading to scrapyard
After years of floating in a state of limbo at the foot of Yonge Street, Toronto's Captain John's Restaurant may finally be embarking on its last voyage.
Winning bidder says Captain John's to be moved next Friday  680 News
Captain John's Likely Heading to Scrapyard  640 Toronto News
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