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Postmedia to cut staffing costs by 20%
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says it intends to reduce staffing costs again as the company reports lower revenue and a deeper quarterly net loss.
Postmedia: Layoffs possible if buyouts don't meet cost-cutting target  CTV News
Postmedia to cut salary expenses by 20 per cent through staff buyouts  Toronto Star
Financial Post  
TSX, loonie finish flat amid falling commodity prices
Signs that the Bank of Canada is open to the idea of an interest-rate cut has sent the loonie down more than a half a cent. The Canadian dollar lost 0.55 of a cent to 75.63 cents US, a day after the central bank said this is one of the options up for ...
TSX claws higher from 16-month peak, resource stocks up  Reuters Canada
Banks at Records Keep Canada Stocks Afloat as Industrials Slump  Bloomberg
Does the Bank of Canada have it wrong on housing?
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Donald Trump and new housing rules delay Canada's growth takeoff: Don Pittis
Bank of Canada's talk, not action, keeps lid on C$  Reuters Canada
TSX up, aided by gold stocks; U.S. markets end mixed amid coporate earnings ...
Canada's main stock index rose slightly Monday, as gold stocks provided some lift to offset declines in the energy sector. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up by 11.53 points at 14,596.52, while the Canadian dollar saw an uptick ...
North American stock markets make slight gains, loonie slips lower  CTV News
Morneau's economic growth council calls for national infrastructure bank
An expert panel on economic growth is calling on the government to launch an ambitious national infrastructure bank capitalized with $40-billion in federal funds aimed at attracting major institutional investors.
50 per cent immigration boost makes 'complete sense,' says expert
Morneau to deliver economic update on Nov. 1
Trump, Clinton to square off again — but this time they need to be funny
The rivals will be seated next to each other at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, a traditionally lighthearted roast of the candidates.
Donald Trump Can't Undermine American Democracy Because It Barely Even ...  Foreign Policy (blog)
More climate measures coming this fall before Trudeau meets premiers: McKenna
OTTAWA -- Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says the Liberal government's carbon levy won't be the only climate policy move announced this fall.
Jack Mintz: Canadians are going to pay for a lot more climate-policy pain ...  Financial Post
Canadians suspicious Liberal carbon price plan will turn into a cash grab ...
Report complete into mid-air collision that killed two over northern Alberta
FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. -- The Transportation Safety Board says the pilots of two small planes did not see each other in time to avoid a deadly mid-air collision in northern Alberta last year.
Investigation finds pilots did not see each other prior to fatal crash  Fort McMurray Today
Investigation finds pilots did not see each other before mid-air plane crash ...
APMA praises Chinese purchase of Valiant TMS Group
Canada's Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association is praising the sale of a Canadian automotive supplier to a consortium of Chinese companies.
Chinese group makes key acquisition in manufacturing  The Globe and Mail
Valiant TMS Group sold to Chinese consortium  CTV News
Plan to naturalize Don River, protect Port Lands could cost city $1.25 billion ...
An ambitious plan to naturalize and reroute the Don River and protect the surrounding Port Lands from flooding could cost the city $275 million more than initially thought.
Port Lands flood protection cost rises to $1.25 billion  Toronto Star
Port Lands flood protection would cost $1.25 billion  Toronto Sun