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Wealthsimple launches Halal portfolio for observant Muslims
Robo-adviser Wealthsimple has launched a new investment portfolio for observant Muslims, a move the company says builds off its success targeting smaller, underserviced groups of investors.
Wealthsimple introduces a new investment portfolio for observant Muslims  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Wealthsimple launches new portfolio to help Muslims invest according to ...  BetaKit
Escape of farmed Atlantic salmon into Pacific blamed on solar eclipse
Thousands of farmed Atlantic salmon escaped into the Pacific waters near Victoria, B.C., and the U.S. company that owns the fish farm is blaming the solar eclipse.
Washington Declares Open Season On Escaped Aquaculture Salmon  NPR
Experts say escaped Atlantic salmon could harm Pacific population  CHEK
Varcoe: For Alberta, economic recovery collides with listless energy prices
Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci presented the Q1 fiscal update for 2017-18 at the Alberta Legislature on Wednesday August 23, 2017.
Sluggish oil prices continue to plague Alberta's bottom line: fiscal update  Financial Post
Alberta government adjusts expectations, spending because of lower revenues ...
Saskatoon ranked as fourth most unsafe city in Canada: poll
Canadians voted Saskatoon as the fourth unsafe city in the country, according to a new Mainstreet Research survey released Wednesday.
Poll says Canadians think Regina is safer than Saskatoon; crime rate ...
Reevely: If you want to be safe from crime, move to a big city  Ottawa Sun
RBC profit buoys outlook for Canadian banks
Neither interest-rate uncertainty nor hot-and-cold Canadian housing markets could shake Royal Bank of Canada from a steady path toward stronger growth.
Royal Bank sees benefit from closing some city branches, reinvests in digital  Financial Post
RBC kicks off banks earnings season with $2.8B profit for Q3  Ottawa Business Journal
Video of Alberta Carl's Jr. co-owner violating health regulations spurred AHS ...
WATCH: A selection of video shot by a former employee shows a co-owner of a Red Deer-area Carl's Jr. restaurant violating the province's food regulations.
'Disgusting behaviour' caught on video at fast food restaurant in ...  Yahoo News Canada (blog)
CBC story reveals shocking health code violations at Carl's Jr. in ...
New system aims to clear ice and snow from cables of Alex Fraser Bridge
B.C. plans to install a new $5-million cable collar system on the Alex Fraser Bridge to prevent falling ice from threatening drivers and their vehicles.
Cable collars to be added to Alex Fraser Bridge to avoid snow and ice buildup  Vancouver Sun
Alex Fraser Bridge improvements targeting traffic congestion and ice removal
BC Green Party calls for ban on foreign buyers purchasing farmland
The leader of the Green Party in British Columbia wants to see the government ban foreigners from buying farmland in a bid to cool the province's real estate market.
BC Green Leader calls for foreign buyer limits on agricultural land
Greens push to end 'speculative' sales of farmland to foreign buyers ...  MetroNews Canada
CPP changes will disqualify 243000 from Guaranteed Income Supplement: report
The federal government's plans to enhance the Canada Pension Plan will ultimately bump 243,000 low-income Canadians from qualifying for the Guaranteed Income Supplement, according to the latest report from Canada's chief actuary.
CPP reform to help boost plan's assets above $15 trillion by 2090: analysis  Hope Standard
CPP reform to help lift plan's assets above $15 trillion by 2090: analysis  BCLocalNews
Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu Refuses To Talk About Passenger Bumping
Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu speaks during a luncheon meeting of the Canadian Club of Toronto on Nov. 12, 2010. ADVERTISEMENT. Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu clearly wants to change the channel on all the negative publicity airlines have ...
Montreal mayor not worried that flights to Japan will boost foreign home sales  CTV News
Direct flights between Montreal and Tokyo to begin next summer  Montreal Gazette