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PRINT PULLBACK: Rogers turns the page on magazine strategy
Rogers Communications Inc. is radically overhauling its magazine strategy, the latest signal of the publishing industry's retreat from print amid a steady erosion of advertising revenues.
Rogers announces four of its magazines will become online-only by next year  CTV News
Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing four publications
CKNW News Talk 980  
Why it feels like another financial crisis, the outlook for the TSX, and ...
The financial crisis was a hugely important event in market history and for investors it was also psychologically scarring. Watching the S&P/TSX composite repeatedly drop 500 or even 700 points before lunch -- for days on end -- caused consistent ...
Gold, energy stocks weigh on the TSX as hopes of an OPEC output deal fade  Vancouver Sun
TSX slips on day, gains 0.9 percent in September and 4.7 percent in third ...  Reuters Canada
Canadian economy expands 0.5 per cent in July, beating expectations
OTTAWA - The Canadian economy beat expectations in July with fresh data showing it expanded 0.5 per cent as the country continued moving away from a contraction earlier in the year.
Economy on the rebound
Canada's economy surges for second month, bolsters outlook  The Globe and Mail
Unproven competitiveness of upstream assets would hamper rumoured Petronas ...
CALGARY • The Malaysian company rumoured to be seeking buyers for its Pacific NorthWest LNG project could struggle to offload its upstream natural gas assets due to the still-unproven competitiveness its operations, one analyst says.
Try Globe Unlimited- 99�/week for the first 4 weeks  The Globe and Mail
LNG Approval Shakes My Faith In The Trudeau Government's Values  Huffington Post Canada
Montreal's exercise in frustration: A commute that's longer than ever
It didn't take long for reporter Andy Riga to end up sitting in slow- moving traffic. At this point, he was more bored than anything.
Lousy commute downtown for West Islanders, transport minister warns
New barriers to the Turcot interchange  The Stopru
Federal books in $2.8B deficit over first four months of fiscal year
New numbers released Friday show the federal government ran a deficit of $2.8 billion over the first four months of 2016-17 - dropping Ottawa's fiscal position $8 billion lower than it was over the same period a year ago.
Federal spending up as Ottawa runs $1.8-billion deficit in July  The Globe and Mail
Class action lawsuit proposed on Air Canada and WestJet baggage fees
CALGARY - Air Canada and WestJet are facing a potential class action lawsuit after imposing checked baggage fees only days apart. The proposed class action alleges that the two airlines colluded to impose the fees and have unjustly enriched themselves ...
WestJet CEO calls London flights a success, despite problems
Air Canada Can Rise 50% And Fetches 3x Earnings  Barron's
BlackBerry abdicates legacy with termination of in-house handset production
Canadian PressBlackBerry's decision to end in-house production of its iconic handsets this week is a historic low point for staunch supporters like Midas Letter's James West.
BlackBerry still a big hit in Indonesia  Toronto Star
John Chen says the disrupted BlackBerry will revive itself on #TheDisruptors  BetaKit
Plessis Underpass finally complete
Plessis Underpass The Plessis Underpass is now open. (CHRIS PROCAYLO/WINNIPEG SUN). Article. Change text size for the story; Print this story.
All Four Lanes of Plessis Underpass Finally Open  CKNW News Talk 980
Four lanes of the Plessis underpass open this morning  CTV News
Restaurants, bars taking wait-and-see approach to minimum wage hike
If you make minimum wage in Alberta you'll be getting a raise on Oct. 1. As part of its pledge to bring the minimum wage to $15 by 2018, the Alberta government is hiking the current minimum from $11.20 to $12.20 effective Saturday.
Alberta businesses face changes due to Saturday's minimum wage hike
Alberta restaurants fear more closures and job cuts with major wage hike  Edmonton Journal