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RBC tops TD in latest JD Power banking customer satisfaction survey
Royal Bank has claimed top spot among Canada's big five banks in J.D. Power's latest retail banking customers satisfaction survey, with Tangerine taking the honours among the country's mid-sized players for the fifth straight year.
Consumers now like RBC best, snapping decade-long winning streak by Toronto ...  Financial Post
RBC nabs top spot in key customer survey, ends TD's 10-year run  The Globe and Mail
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Cenovus posts $267M loss, says cost reductions on track
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Canadian oil sands producers mull new investments  Reuters Canada
Cenovus posts loss; says cost-reductions on track  The Globe and Mail
Loblaw verifying accuracy of its coin-counting machines after concerns arise
Pam Aung Thin, Vice President of Communications at the Royal Canadian Mint operates the new Coinstar machine at the Mint in Ottawa on July 18, 2006.
Photo: The Canadian Press
BC's proposed foreigner tax to help fund Metro Vancouver housing projects
VICTORIA -- A new tax on foreign home buyers in Metro Vancouver is already being earmarked to fund B.C. government housing initiatives that will be announced in the coming months.
Top Vancouver realtor rapped for advising clients of way to avoid new 15 ...  Financial Post
New tax predicted to slow local real estate market  Peace Arch News
Potash Corp. slashes dividend again; cuts full-year outlook
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. has slashed its dividend for the second time this year, a reflection of the glutted market for its key product.
Potash Corp. shares buffeted by weak Q2 report, reduced dividend  CTV News
Potash Corp cuts profit forecast and slashes dividend, but says market has ...  Financial Post
Tim Hortons plans expansion into Philippines
Restaurant Brands International, the multinational owner and operator of Tim Hortons and Burger King, said it has partnered with a group of investors to sell the fast food restaurant's coffee and doughnuts in the Philippines.
Tim Hortons to expand to Philippines  Nation's Restaurant News
Tim Hortons will deliver coffee to the Philippines
'Problematic conditions' in Regina, Saskatoon housing markets: CMHC
Canada's national housing agency rang more alarm bells about Vancouver's real estate sector after it released a report Wednesday saying there is now strong evidence of problematic conditions in the city.
Instead of meddling with foreign demand, we should be freeing up urban land ...  The Globe and Mail
Housing intervention shouldn't be 'political' or about 'show ...
TransCanada CEO says Saskatchewan oil spill adds to pipeline skepticism
The corporate logo of TransCanada Corp. is shown. TransCanada Corporation says this year's second-quarter earnings were down nearly 14 per cent from last year, largely because of the cost associated with its US$13-billion acquisition of an American ...
TransCanada Q2 profit falls 14% as it absorbs U.S. company  Calgary Herald
TransCanada profit tops forecasts; says asset sale plan on track  The Globe and Mail
Ontario spent $70 million on its now-defunct pension plan, 11 per cent of that ...
The finally tally for Ontario's aborted pension plans is in, and the bill to taxpayers could top $70 million. The Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) was announced in the 2014 budget after discussions to expand the Canada Pension Plan (CPP ...
$70M spent on Ontario Retirement Pension Plan before cancellation  CTV News
Ontario spent $70 million on scrapped pension plan  Toronto Star
Husky Energy changes day it discovered Saskatchewan oil spill
Husky Energy has changed details of when it discovered its oil pipeline spill into the North Saskatchewan River. Earlier this week the company filed a report that said it found the leak of up to 250,000 litres of blended crude oil at 8 p.m.
Quality of life differs
Some Saskatchewan communities get slight reprieve from oil slick's fallout  680 News