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CANADA STOCKS-TSX drops on US economic data, Ebola fears
TORONTO, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index dropped on Wednesday as worries about a slowdown in U.S. factory activity and news of the first confirmed case of Ebola in the United States fueled a broad equity markets selloff.
At the open: TSX falls, Tekmira surges on Ebola news  The Globe and Mail
Weak manufacturing data sends stocks lower; biotechs in focus on ebola worries  Medicine Hat News
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Putting the Canadian dollar's weakness in perspective
While the Canadian dollar has sagged more than 5 per cent so far this year, the yen, euro, Aussie and New Zealand dollars, Swiss franc and Brazil real are down more against the U.S.
Deep-Pocketed Reserve Managers Still Buying the Canadian Dollar  Wall Street Journal (blog)
No relief ahead for the battered Canadian dollar: Reuters poll  MSN Canada
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Keurig coffee sued for $600M by Ontario-based Club Coffee
An Ontario coffee roaster and grinder is suing U.S. coffee goliath Keurig for anti-competitive behaviour, claiming it is keeping the price of single-serve coffee pods artificially high for consumers.
Canada's Club Coffee sues Keurig Green Mountain for $600 million  Reuters
Home�News�Business�Club Coffee sues rival Keurig, alleges unfair ...  News1130
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TransCanada to sell 30% stake in Bison for $215 mln
TransCanada holds a 28 percent interest in TC PipeLines LP, which owns U.S. natural gas pipelines and related assets. TransCanada (TSE:TRP), the country's second-biggest pipeline operator, said it has signed a deal to sell its remaining 30 percent stake ...
TransCanada Corp. sells stake in Bison Pipeline for US$215 million  Bridge River Lillooet News
TransCanada moves quickly with asset sale to US partnership  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
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Tangerine rolls out biometric ID and voice commands for mobile banking
Tangerine, Canada's largest online-only bank, is bringing fingerprint recognition and voice banking to its mobile banking apps.
Tangerine unveils biometric tools for mobile banking  The Globe and Mail
Tangerine takes smartphone app to next level of biometrics in competitive play  Castanet.net
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Chrysler, GM, Nissan sales soar; Ford down
Chrysler and General Motors reported that September sales of their cars and trucks soared 19% and 19.4% respectively, as the two Detroit automakers' performance easily outpaced the expected overall industry sales increase for the month.
UPDATE 2-Sales of major automakers jump in Canada in September  Reuters
Sales of major automakers jump in Canada in September  Reuters Canada
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Mining fire sale: Alberta coal company sold for $2
The Asian owners of an Alberta coal miner is selling the company for two U.S. dollars, after paying $1-billion for the asset at the height of the commodity boom.
Chinese firm buys controlling stake in Grande Cache Coal  CanadianManufacturing.com
$1-billion Canadian coal mine was just sold for a buck amid plunging demand ...  Financial Post
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Neighbourhoods to lose on-street parking for winter
Councillors worried about seniors and paramedics scrambling over one metre high windrows this winter but approved a pilot project anyway.
Edmonton councillors approve one-side parking ban snow-clearing pilot  MetroNews Canada
Snow-removal pilot project discussed by city's transportation committee  Edmonton Sun
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Quick-handed suspect sought in thefts from Winnipeg banks
Winnipeg police are searching for a man after two banks were robbed by a quick-handed thief. The robberies happened in July at financial institutions on Dublin Avenue and St. Mary's Road and are believed to have been done by the same man.
Man sought in connection with two bank robberies  Winnipeg Free Press
Suspect uses slight of hand to rob banks  Winnipeg Sun
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Canada Post to end door delivery at 5500 Windsor-Essex homes
Canada Post will be taking the next step in its plan to convert door-to-door delivery to community mailboxes, which will being in Windsor-Essex in fall 2015.
Community Mailbox Transition To Begin In East Windsor, Tecumseh, Lakeshore  windsoriteDOTca
Door-to-door mail delivery to cease for some homes in Lakeshore, Tecumseh ...  CTV News
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