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Will Canadian banks' blowout profits silence skeptics?
One strong quarterly profit report from a Canadian big bank can be dismissed as an anomaly. Two strong reports from two big banks might be a coincidence.
Is the worst of the crude crash over for Canada's banks?
Canadian banks shake off oilpatch fears, report better than expected earnings  Canadian Underwriter  
US stocks slide amid Yellen speech, data
NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) -- U.S. stocks wavered and closed lower this week, as investors digested a key speech from U.S. Federal Reserve's Chair Janet Yellen and a batch of newly-released economic reports.
Janet Yellen Lays Out Tools for Next Recession Fight  Wall Street Journal
Yellen suggests rate hike is coming but offers no timetable  CTV News
The husky spill
Last month, some 200,000 litres of oil spilled into the North Saskatchewan river. Officials have praised the company for its financial response to the crisis, but critics are concerned about the lack of transparency, Carrie Tait reports.
Wait until Monday, Husky tells oil-impacted First Nation  National Observer
EPCOR treatment plants struggle to clean water fast enough to meet demand
Pick up Ontario Works cheques
File photo of a Canada Post mailbox. (Mike DiBattista/Niagara Falls Review/Postmedia Network Files). Bookmark and Share. Change text size for the story.
Important notice for Ontario Works recipients receiving Ontario Works ...
Cheques will be available for pick up around municipality  Chatham Daily News
Trudeau Says He Wants To 'Reset' Relationship With China, Engage On Human Rights
SAGUENAY, Que. - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says breathing new life into Canada's relationship with China will allow his government bolster economic trade while pushing the east Asian country to do better on delicate issues like its record on human ...
Aug. 27: At odds with China. Plus other letters to the editor  The Globe and Mail
Canola dispute looms over Canadian PM's visit to China
Canada — and particularly Alberta's oil industry — paying higher price for ...
As Alberta struggles with its most devastating recession ever, a new study highlights why different climate change policy choices made by Canada and the United States point to continued hardship for Canada's top oil producing province.
Fort McMurray wildfires drag down corporate profits  The Globe and Mail
Insurance claims & expenses up 15% for TD  Canadian Underwriter
Buy food, or pay your taxes?
Pop quiz - what's your family's largest expense? Many Canadians might say housing or perhaps food. But in reality, taxes consume more of the average Canadian family's household income than anything else.
Tories must fix Manitobans' tax burden  Winnipeg Sun
Letters and comments, Aug. 26  Winnipeg Free Press
TD, CIBC bolster resilient bank results in face of Alberta slowdown
Toronto-Dominion Bank and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce reported higher third-quarter profits on Thursday, beating analyst expectations and rounding out a strong week for the industry, which so far has proven resilient in the face of ongoing ...
Is Toronto-Dominion Bank a Buy After Earnings?  The Motley Fool Canada
TD's own analyst questions why bank is lagging  Salt Lake Tribune
Where to store all that wheat?
Ontario's farm animals could be chowing down on more wheat than corn in their feed this year. Ontario's wheat production is slated to be almost three million tonnes this year, up 68 per cent compared to 2015, according to Statistics Canada's July ...
Corn, Beans Drop on Tour Data; Wheat Lower After IGC Raises Outlook
UK farmers' bet on milling wheat shows signs of paying off
Small business optimism rebounds in August from weak July
Ted Mallett, vice-president and chief economist, Canadian Federation of Independent Business, says small business optimism increased in August, but there's room for improvement.
Business optimism rises on PEI  The Guardian Charlottetown
Manitoba Small Biz Optimism Unchanged  MyToba