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Rail safety better since Lac-M�gantic train derailment
MONTREAL�No one who witnessed the devastation of July 6, 2013, in the Quebec town of Lac-M�gantic can today look without at least a hint of suspicion at a train.
Lac-M�gantic reacts to Transportation Safety Board report  The Globe and Mail
Lac-Megantic criminal investigation leads Quebec police into United States  Winnipeg Free Press
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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).
RBC raises dividend as profits rise, lifted by capital markets  Reuters
Royal Bank says its diversified businesses will shield from volatility  Montreal Gazette
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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 to stay put for at least another week, winning bidder says  Toronto Star
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CANADA STOCKS-TSX weighed by Ukraine tensions, bank shares
... * TSX down 20.54 points, or 0.13 percent, at 15,535.55 * Three of 10 main index sectors decline * Energy shares slip with oil price (Adds details, quotes, updates prices) By John Tilak and Leah Schnurr TORONTO, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock ...
TSX declines despite record RBC earnings
TSX weighed by Ukraine tensions, bank shares  Reuters Canada
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Hydro-Quebec posts higher Q2 profit and revenue compared with year ago
MONTREAL - Hydro-Quebec's continuing operations had a $467 million net result in the second quarter, up about 7.4 per cent from a year earlier.
Hydro-Qu�bec's Q2 profits mirror those of last year  Montreal Gazette
Hydro-Qu�bec posts stable net result for the second quarter  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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Poloz unlikely to raise interest rates yet, despite rising inflation
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said the economy has �lots of room to grow,� suggesting a spate of stronger data points won't sway the central bank from its plan to leave interest rates unchanged at least until well into next year.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ flat as inflation offsets retail sales data  Reuters
Inflation rate in Canada cools to 2.1% in July
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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
Native concerns over oil vetted in Canada
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Probe seeks police dealings with teen before body found
Colton Crowshoe is seen in this undated handout photo. An Alberta agency that investigates police is looking at how Calgary officers handled the case of a young man they arrested and later found dead.
Agency to investigate how Calgary police handled case of missing teen found ...  The Globe and Mail
Colton Crowshoe homicide: ASIRT to probe actions of Calgary police
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Human error, faulty switch caused O-Train derailment
Human error and a switch malfunction are to blame for an O-Train derailment on Aug. 11, OC Transpo says. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Switch malfunction and human error likely causes of O-Train derailment  CTV News
2 on leave during O-Train investigation  Ottawa Sun
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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
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