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Apple Pay Rolls Out, With Limits
The tech industry and its consumers have their eyes on Apple Pay after it launched with some holes in its system. WSJ's Brian Fitzgerald and Simon Constable discuss.
As Apple Pay Arrives, Witnessing the Next Step in Money. Maybe.  New York Times
Apple's bigger phones translate to bigger earnings  Washington Post
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TSX advances with gold miners, Valeant
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index climbed on Monday to its highest in a week as shares of gold miners rose with the bullion price and Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc (VRX.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX advances with gold miners, Valeant  Reuters
The close: TSX ends higher as gold miners, Valeant gain  The Globe and Mail
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Oilpatch faces project cancellations with crude at $82
The falling price of oil will likely result in a round of project cancellations and disappointing results in the Canadian oilpatch, analysts say.
Crude price top of mind as oil patch reporting season begins  Financial Post
As oilpatch reporting season begins, crude price drop top of mind  Bridge River Lillooet News
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Province looks to The Beer Store to increase revenue
Facing a $12.5 billion deficit, the province may be looking to The Beer Store to increase revenue. The Clark Report, which was released Friday, recommended optimizing public companies like the LCBO by increasing revenues from the privately owned beer ...
Time to transform the LCBO, blow up The Beer Store: Cohn  Toronto Star
Parker Gallant: Maximizing the mess with Ontario's electricity assets  Financial Post
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BlackBerry shares spurred by Lenovo takeover rumours
A year after Ottawa quietly signalled opposition to a Lenovo Group Ltd. takeover of BlackBerry Ltd., rumours are surfacing that the Chinese company is poised to make another play for the Waterloo, Ont.
BlackBerry shares jump on rumour of Lenovo takeover  CBC.ca
NCR Plummets While BlackBerry Jumps On Buyout Chatter: Tech Winners ...  TheStreet.com
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BC sets benchmarks for LNG
The province rolled out a new reporting and control act Monday targeting B.C.'s burgeoning natural-gas sector. Environment Minister Mary Polak said she expects the legislation will help the province create the cleanest liquefied natural gas facilities ...
British Columbia to Offer Better LNG Tax Deal  Wall Street Journal
BC gov't tables Greenhouse Gas Industrial Reporting and Control Act  News1130
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Vancouver's COPE promises to put an end to 'renovictions'
VANCOUVER -- Renters in Vancouver need better protection from being evicted when landlords want to renovate apartment suites, COPE mayoral candidate Meena Wong said Monday.
COPE would put up red tape to stop renovictions in Vancouver  MetroNews Canada
Coalition of Progressive Electors mayoral candidate promises to ban renovictions  Straight.com
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CP Rail sets sights on new targets after CSX merger talks fail
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s chief executive officer, Hunter Harrison, is pondering the next move in his bid to build a transcontinental network now that talks with potential takeover target CSX Corp.
CP Rail chief Hunter Harrison 'resurrecting' rail consolidation ...  Financial Post
UPDATE 2-Canadian Pacific Railway ends merger talks with CSX  Reuters
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Feds under fire for 'blind luck' ship rescue
OTTAWA - B.C.'s northern coast dodged a bullet this week when a disabled cargo ship drifted dangerously close to the shores of Haida Gwaii, opposition critics charged Monday in the House of Commons.
Disabled Russian cargo ship towed to BC port with Coast Guard help  Alaska Dispatch
Crippled ship heightens tanker safety concerns along B.C. coast  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
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Capital Pride festival to declare bankruptcy
Ottawa's Capital Pride said Monday the organization has no choice but to declare bankruptcy, months after several suppliers announced that they hadn't been paid.
Capital Pride declares bankruptcy as suppliers fume  Ottawa Citizen
Capital Pride forced to declare bankruptcy  580 CFRA Radio
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