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CANADA STOCKS-Gold miners, banks push TSX to record close
(Adds portfolio manager comment, updates prices to close) By Alastair Sharp TORONTO, July 25 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index showed no signs of slowing its ascent into uncharted territory on Friday, with gold miners and banks helping it to another ...
Toronto stock market advances, up for the week amid strong earnings reports  Times Colonist
At midday: Gold, financial stocks lift TSX higher  The Globe and Mail
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SEC drops probe into Facebook over disastrous IPO
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has dropped its investigation into Facebook over the social network's disastrous initial public offering in 2012.
Facebook says SEC's IPO probe ends, extending WhatsApp closing date  Reuters
Facebook's bungled IPO now a distant memory as SEC drops inquiry  ZDNet
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Airlines lift safety ban, resume flights to Tel Aviv
BERLIN - Air France and Germany's two biggest airlines decided Friday to resume flights to Tel Aviv after canceling operations for several days over safety concerns.
Rocket warnings send passengers to bomb shelters as US flights to Israel resume  Toronto Star
UPDATE 2-Lufthansa, Air Berlin to resume flights to Tel Aviv  Reuters
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High-level industry meeting set for Montreal after MH17 crash
An armed rebel soldier guards the main crash site of the Boeing 777 Malaysia Arilines flight MH17 on 19 July 2014. (Robert Ghement/EPA).
ICAO to Host Meeting on Airspace Risks Over War Zones  Wall Street Journal
UN aviation body confirms safety meeting  Reuters
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BC cab drivers to charge $75 puke fee (with video)
METRO VANCOUVER - If you are feeling queasy in a taxicab, you might want to ask the driver to pull over so you can get out before you barf.
Barfing in BC Taxis will Now Cost Big Bucks  KelownaNow
Heaving, hurling taxi patrons will now be charged a $75 cleanup fine  The Province
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Industry Canada approves AltaLink sale to Berkshire Hathaway Energy
The federal government has approved the pending sale of an Alberta utility provider to an American company. Berkshire Hathaway Energy's application to buy AltaLink received approval Friday from Industry Canada.
$3.2B AltaLink sale wins conditional approval  Calgary Herald
Sale of Alberta electricity transmission provider approved to US company  Edmonton Sun
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TransForce Inc to focus on paying down debt after Contrans deal
After an acquisition spree that has seen TransForce Inc. spend nearly $1-billion on deals since the end of last year, CEO Alain B�dard says it's now time to focus on paying down debt.
Canada Stocks Reach Record on Earnings as TransForce, Gold Gain  Businessweek
TransForce to create 'dominant' trucking company with $495M deal for ...  The Daily Courier (subscription)
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NL loses Upper Churchill bid in Quebec court
A Quebec court has dismissed the latest bid from Newfoundland and Labrador to redefine the ever-controversial Upper Churchill contract, something that has caused sharp divisions between the two provinces for more than four decades.
Quebec rejects N.L. bid to reopen Churchill Falls deal  Macleans.ca
Newfoundland and Labrador to appeal Quebec ruling on Churchill Falls hydro ...  mysask.com
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Railroad artifacts unearthed in Calgary after a century underground
After hiding underground for a century, about 20 pieces of railroad infrastructure are being carefully preserved through a chance encounter with the past.
Enmax employees stumble upon artifacts at downtown dig  Globalnews.ca
Quite the find at an Enmax substation  News Talk 770 Calgary
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New programs aim to provide job opportunities
Last month, I was joined by Nova Scotia's labour minister at the NSCC Pictou Campus to sign three significant agreements between the federal and provincial governments to help better connect Nova Scotians with available jobs.
Fracking in Nova Scotia should be put on hold to allow for more study: expert  580 CFRA Radio
BLACK: Leave economic development up to private sector  TheChronicleHerald.ca
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