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Federal legislation will end fees for getting paper bills: minister
The big telecom companies may have agreed to exempt some customers from fees charged for paper invoices, but the federal government says it's going to end the whole practice.
Pay-to-pay bill charges must go: Roseman  Toronto Star
Relaying of emergency alerts to be mandatory for broadcasters: CRTC  Times Colonist
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Canada sees biggest monthly GDP jump in almost three years
Real gross domestic product grew by 0.8% in 2014's second quarter - the biggest quarterly gain since Q3 of 2011 - Statistics Canada announced August 29.
As Canadian banks go beyond comforts of home, expansion efforts weigh on ...  Financial Post
Canada's GDP growth outpaces Bay Street forecast  The Globe and Mail
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Athabasca completes billion-dollar sale to PetroChina 0
Athabasca Oil Corp. has finally sold their stake in the Dover oilsands project, allowing PetroChina to take control at the cost of $1.184 billion.
Athabasca Completes Dover Stake Sale to PetroChina  MarineLink
Athabasca finally closes sale of Dover oilsands stake to PetroChina  Times Colonist
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Burger King will turn Tim Hortons into 'iconic global brand,' Miles Nadal says
Miles Nadal is one of the best-known advertising moguls in Canada. His US$1.2-billion firm, MDC Partners Inc., owns more than 50 agencies that have crafted campaigns for companies ranging from Samsung to BMW, and he says Canadians have no reason ...
Tim Hortons Coffee Can't Perk Up Burger King  TheStreet.com
Tim Horton's CEO set to sell Burger King's takeover offer  Waterloo Record
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Mining Stocks Take TSX Higher, N.Y. UP
The Toronto stock market erased early losses to close higher Friday as investors bought into beaten-down mining stocks. The SP/TSX composite index closed 67.56 points higher at 15,625.73.
Toronto stock market lower amid strong bank earnings, geopolitical worries  Times Colonist
An end-of-summer checkup on TSX sector valuations  The Globe and Mail
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Bombardier CSeries suffers setback as first client backs off
STOCKHOLM - Sweden's Braathens Aviation said it no longer wishes to be the first operator of Bombardier's new CSeries jets, adding to the troubled Canadian manufacturer's woes.
Bombardier C Series suffers blow as first operator backs away  The Globe and Mail
Swedish firm no longer wants to be recipient of first Bombardier CSeries plane  Times Colonist
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City was aware of maintenance backlog says transit union
The union representing Saskatoon Transit workers is disappointed with the City's reasoning for bus route cancellations for back-to-school season.
Bus routes suspended as school starts  StarPhoenix
Several transit routes halted for first day of school  CTV News
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Toronto's Billy Bishop terminal sale not linked to runway plans, Porter says
According to a senior executive at Porter Aviation Holdings, who said the move was unconnected to the push to expand the airport, the company plans to continue to use the facility.
Porter Aviation puts Toronto island terminal up for sale; eyeing expansion plans  mysask.com
Porter looks to sell Toronto terminal  Northern Ontario Business
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Elevated levels of chemical elements found near breached Mount Polley tailings ...
The tailings pond breach at the Mount Polley mine site near Likely, B.C., released about 15 million cubic metres of water and fine sand.
Elevated levels of chemical elements near breached B.C. tailings pond  MetroNews Canada
Mount Polley mine spill tests 'reassuring'  Williams Lake Tribune
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Toronto's new streetcars of old
TORONTO -. Since the creation of the new municipally owned TTC on Sept. 1, 1921 (a major improvement over the virtually uncontrollable, privately owned Toronto Railway Company), the commission has acquired a wide variety of electric streetcars.
Why Toronto is still a streetcar city  The Globe and Mail
Cyclist hit by TTC streetcar on Queen West  CityNews
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