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Regina real estate market bucks national trend
Regina was one of only six major markets to see a year-over-year decline in housing prices out of 26 Canadian cities surveyed, according to statistics released by the Canadian Real Estate Association Monday.
Home sales forecast boosted  Waterloo Record
Listings up, sales down in Winnipeg home real estate market
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Nesbitt exits CIBC, but status quo remains
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's new chief executive has unveiled an executive team focused on continuity, despite one notable departure.
Tom Woods reflects on 37-year career at CIBC/Wood Gundy ahead of retirement  Financial Post
UPDATE 1-CIBC shakes up management ranks as its new CEO takes charge  Reuters
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Simons: Too much corporate baggage: WestJet joins airline industry in race to ...
EDMONTON - Oh, there was so much optimism. Everyone hoped the new guy from Calgary would be a breath of fresh air, a change from the tired, old business as usual.
WestJet takes heat for baggage move  Calgary Herald
Air Canada reviewing WestJet's increased baggage fees  News1130
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If You Buy Alibaba, Be Ready for a Rough Ride
It won't be easy for individual investors to get a piece of Alibaba Group Holding as the Chinese Internet retailer sells up to $24 billion in shares this week in the most anticipated initial public offering of 2014.
Nikkei drops as investors await Fed outcome; SoftBank soars  Reuters
Alibaba Raises Fund-Raising Target for IPO to $21.8 Billion  New York Times
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The close: TSX weighed down by weak Chinese data
The Toronto stock market closed lower Monday as mining stocks fell alongside metal prices in the wake of weak industrial data from China.
CANADA STOCKS-Commodity slip, China concerns weigh on TSX  Reuters
Commodity slip, China concerns weigh on TSX  Reuters Canada
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OECD slashes its growth forecasts, urges ECB to act
Leigh Thomas. Published 16/09/2014 | 02:30. 0 Comments; Share. The ECB is examining 130 of the eurozone's largest banks. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has slashed its growth forecasts for major developed economies, ...
OECD warning over financial markets  Herald Scotland
Markets Live: Calm before storm  Sydney Morning Herald
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UPDATE 1-Vimpelcom to sell Wind Mobile stake to Canadian minority owner ...
(Adds detail, additional sourcing). By Alastair Sharp and Euan Rocha. TORONTO, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Vimpelcom Ltd has agreed to sell its majority stake in Canadian wireless carrier Wind Mobile to its current minority owner Globalive for around C$300 ...
Vimpelcom to sell Wind Mobile stake to Canadian minority owner: sources  Reuters Canada
Globalive, Investors Said to Reach Deal for Wind Mobile  Bloomberg
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Canadian Natural Allowed to Resume Production at Troubled Site
The decision partially lifts restrictions on the company's operations that had been in place since mid-2013 after mysterious leaks of crude were detected at four separate locations at the site, which is about 217 miles (350 kilometers) northeast of the provincial ...
CNRL approval "appalling" sign of Prentice's leadership ...  Fort McMurray Today
Regulator approves low-pressure steaming at CNRL's Primrose sites  Edmonton Journal
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Photo radar being added in two locations as part of highway safety project
MARTENSVILLE, Sask. - Both Martensville and Pilot Butte are receiving speed enforcement cameras as part of the expanded pilot project to improve traffic safety on Saskatchewan highways.
Photo radar project expanding on Sask. highways
New Locations Added To Saskatchewan Photo Radar Pilot Project  620
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Manitoba Liquor And Lotteries Offices Moving Downtown
The crown corporation will consolidate its operations at a new or existing building, moving employees from Empress Street and Milt Stegall Drive and some workers from warehouses on Buffalo Place in Fort Garry and another warehouse on Pacific Avenue ...
Merger of Manitoba's liquor and lottery operations saves $36M ...  Sun News Network
Manitoba liquor, lottery commissions merger saves $36M
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