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Grocer Loblaw Companies Ltd. reports second-quarter loss due to one-time ...
Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L) reported Thursday a loss of $456 million in its latest quarter, as it factored in costs related to its acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart and faced continued pressure from a competitive grocery market.
UPDATE 1-Canada's Loblaw profit beats as Shoppers Drug Mart sales jump  Reuters
Loblaw profit beats as Shoppers Drug Mart sales jump  Reuters Canada
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CRTC probes telcos that charge for paper bills
The CRTC is asking telecom companies why some of them charge customers extra fees for paper bills. Canada's broadcast regulator said Thursday that 36 of the companies in a preliminary examination didn't charge any sort of extra fee for a paper bill.
Toronto companies pay $84000 for alleged violation of telemarketing rules  Canadian HR Reporter
HONICKMAN for OAKLEY � Told you not to call..  640 Toronto News
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Rogers Profit Meets Estimates Amid Turnaround Plan
Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI/B), Canada's largest wireless carrier by subscribers, met analysts' profit and sales estimates as the company initiated a turnaround plan to try to return to growth.
UPDATE 2-Canada's Rogers protects wireless margin, growth slips  Reuters
Rogers profit drops to $405M as wireless growth slows
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Encana oil production rise offsets profit fall on weak natgas
By Nia Williams. (Reuters) - Canada's Encana Corp ECA.TO, which is restructuring operations to end its reliance on low-value natural gas, said on Thursday oil and natural gas liquids production climbed 43 percent year-on-year in the second quarter of 2014.
Encana CEO says turnaround ahead of schedule  Financial Post
Encana awash in cash as quarterly earnings fall  Calgary Herald
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TSX edges higher as Potash, Teck offset weak golds and oils
By Cameron French. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was little changed on Thursday as weakness in energy and gold stocks undercut rises in several companies reporting quarterly results, including Potash Corp of Saskatchewan (POT.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX edges higher as Potash, Teck offset weak golds and oils  Reuters
At the open: Markets flat despite strong earnings, manufacturing data  The Globe and Mail
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IMF Trims Its 2014 Global Growth Forecast
WASHINGTON - The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday that the world economy was expanding less than it had previously forecast, slowed by weaker growth in the United States, Russia and developing economies.
UK economy upgraded by IMF as poised to surpass pre-crisis level
IMF cuts global growth outlook, warns of stagnation risk in rich nations  Reuters
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Gaza conflict: US and Europe lift bans on flights to Tel Aviv
A woman walks through an empty arrivals gate at terminal three of Ben Gurion Airport on 24th July 2014. Flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport looked set to return to normal after the US and European air safety regulators eased restrictions on airlines flying to ...
Air Canada resumes flights to Tel Aviv cancelled after rocket strike  Ottawa Citizen
United to Resume Flights to Israel as U.S. Lifts Ban  Bloomberg
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PUB approves request for small decrease to primary gas rate
The primary gas rate for Centra Gas Manitoba customers is set to decrease, as of Aug. 1. The Public Utilities Board said it has approved an application from Centra Gas Manitoba to lower the current rate.
Primary gas rate to go down slightly in August  Winnipeg Free Press
Natural gas rates going down in Manitoba
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Teck Resources' profit falls as coal prices remain weak
(Reuters) - Canadian diversified miner Teck Resources Ltd (TCKb.TO: Quote) reported a 44 percent drop in quarterly earnings, mainly due to "significantly" lower coal prices.
UPDATE 3-Teck Resources says more coal production cuts needed  Reuters
Teck Resources' profit hit by lower coal prices
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Beer with your KFC? Fast-food chain challenges full-service restaurants by ...
Beer and KFC may be a longtime staple of Super Bowl parties, but the fast-food chain is bringing them together under its own roof as it expands its newest brand concept, deepening the advance of fast-food chains onto the traditional turf of full-service ...
KFC expanding menu: Beer will be served at two Toronto locations  CTV News
KFC to offer beer at two Toronto locations  Hamilton Spectator
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