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TSX moves off record high, tumbles 194 points amid earnings disappointments
TORONTO - North American stock markets had their biggest one-day tumble since early February on Thursday but analysts were hard-pressed to identify a single reason for the drop.
The close: Stocks clobbered as worries grow on multiple fronts  The Globe and Mail
Canada Stocks Fall From Record as Oil, Gold Drop on Global Rout  Bloomberg
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Rogers wireless roaming rates discriminatory, CRTC says
Canada's telecom regulator has banned exclusive wireless roaming deals in Canada after finding that Rogers included unfair clauses in some of theirs that hiked the cost of doing business for new telecom entrants - leading to higher prices and worse ...
UPDATE 1-Rogers Communications rapped for unfair roaming deals  Reuters
No more exclusivity clauses in wireless roaming contracts, says CRTC  Montreal Gazette
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Argentine default, Valeant outlook fuel TSX selloff
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index tumbled on Thursday after a default by Argentina stoked worries about other emerging-market economies, while shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International (VRX.
CANADA STOCKS-Argentine default, Valeant outlook fuel TSX selloff  Reuters
TSX dives on Argentine default, Valeant outlook  bnn.ca
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CIBC insider Victor Dodig to succeed Gerry McCaughey as chief executive in ...
TORONTO - Victor Dodig says the strategy at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce won't change when he takes over from departing chief executive Gerry McCaughey on Sept.
CIBC Looks Inside for New Ceo, Promoting Dodig  Bloomberg
CIBC names Victor Dodig as new president and CEO, takes over on Sept. 15  Calgary Herald
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BC chief Ron Giesbrecht's $1M pay 'very troubling,' minister says
A chief from a small First Nation in B.C. was paid nearly $1 million last year, according to documents disclosed by the band. Ron Giesbrecht of the Kwikwetiem First Nation is listed as the chief and economic development officer and was paid $914,219 in ...
Chief of 81-person BC First Nation earned $914K last year  CTV News
BC chief defends $900000 pay  Toronto Star
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Ontario Place revitalization plans
More Coverage. Designers plan urban paradise for Ontario Place · Ontario Place deserves a future: Blizzard · The man with an Ontario Place plan · Surgery needed for Ontario Place: Blizzard · How to revive Ontario Place · New look for Ontario Place sought ...
Construction set to begin on first phase of Ontario Place revitalization  Toronto Star
Ontario Liberals to start construction on Ontario Place revamp that will add ...  National Post
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Apache to quit Wheatstone gas project in Australia
US oil and gas company Apache Corp, under pressure from activist investor Jana Partners, said on Thursday it plans to sell interests in two liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects as it sharpens the focus on developing North American shale fields.
Apache's Kitimat exit deals blow to BC's LNG hopes  The Globe and Mail
BC's LNG hopes take a hit  CKNW News Talk 980
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Captain John's sold for $33501 � now the heavy lifting starts
Toronto entrepreneur James Sbrolla is a risk-taking investor in recycling and clean technology companies. Thursday he took his biggest gamble yet.
Captain John's finally sold, will be removed from waterfront  CTV News
Captain John's floating restaurant: 5 things you need to know  CityNews
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Penn West Petroleum Ltd could face investors lawsuit after shares plunge on ...
The accounting problems at Penn West Petroleum Ltd. have caught the attention of class action heavyweights Koskie Minsky LLP and Sutts, Strosberg LLP.
Penn West Petroleum shares dive after accounting review finds faults  Castanet.net
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All eyes on Friday's jobs numbers, as Canada rides U.S. 'coattails' to recovery
Canada and the United States have shaken off the shocks from severe cold conditions at the start of the year, which nearly halted growth in its tracks here, and actually reversed output by our biggest trading partner.
Alberta's Economy Sizzles. The Rest of Canada's Fizzles  Businessweek
Canada's economic growth stronger than expected in May  The Globe and Mail
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