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Canada Goose to open its first retail stores in Toronto and NYC
Iconic Canadian brand Canada Goose, known for its popular luxury outerwear, said Thursday it plans to open its first retail stores this autumn.
Canada Goose to open Toronto, New York retail stores this fall  Toronto Sun
Canada Goose opening retail stores as it expands strategy
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Emission rule to add millions to Trans Mountain cost: Kinder Morgan
CALGARY -- It will cost millions of dollars more to build the Trans Mountain expansion because of an unprecedented requirement to offset greenhouse gas emissions from pipeline construction, the project's proponent says.
Kinder Morgan confident it can meet NEB recommendations
If 'Canada is back' on climate change, Trudeau should steer clear of ... (blog)
Canada's biggest banks braced for more oil losses
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's biggest banks warned on Thursday of further losses from oil loans in coming quarters as energy companies struggled to repay loans, even as growth in wealth management and retail banking helped the banks report ...
Banks set aside more for sour oil patch loans  Toronto Star
Canadian banks report spikes in provisions and impaired loans as oilpatch ...  Financial Post
At midday: TSX rises as oil tests out $50 a barrel
Canada's main stock index rose to a fresh nine-month high on Thursday as mining stocks rallied, while stronger-than-expected earnings from the country's biggest bank by market value helped financials edge higher.
Crude prices crack US$50, lending strength to loonie  CTV News
WTI price jumps above $50 US for 1st time in 7 months before retreating
Budweiser targets non-alcoholic beer market with 'Prohibition Brew'
The Labatt Brewing Company is targeting fast food chains and unlicensed food trucks with a new non-alcoholic beer dubbed “Budweiser Prohibition Brew.
Brewer hopes to boost sales of non-alcoholic beer with Budweiser Prohibition ...  The North Bay Nugget
Budweiser taps into non-alcoholic market
Province contributes $6.2M to Edmonton low income transit pass
Low income families will get a 60 per cent break on the cost of transit in Edmonton starting in 2017, thanks to a new pilot project launched by the provincial government.
Province to aid low-income families in Edmonton with specialized transit pass  CTV News
Transit pass for low-income Edmontonians will be 60-per-cent cheaper in 2017  Edmonton Journal
Ontario premier ridiculed by Wildrose in Alberta legislature
EDMONTON -- Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne came to Alberta to talk environment but instead found herself publicly ridiculed on the floor of the legislature as the leader of a failed, debt-ridden enterprise.
Kathleen Wynne says Ontario will not phase out natural gas for home heating  Toronto Star
Alberta and Ontario teaming up on climate change initiatives
Power restored in downtown Saskatoon
Much of downtown Saskatoon was left in the dark Thursday. The city says power was knocked out just before noon on several downtown blocks after road crews hit an underground network.
Power outage forces downtown Saskatoon businesses to close early
Power outage in downtown Saskatoon
Canadians won't see price tag for navy frigate replacement until 2019
Canadians will not know the price tag for the navy's frigate replacements - the largest, most complex military purchase in the country's history - until the ink is dry on the contract, Procurement Minister Judy Foote said Thursday.
Liberals beef up shipbuilding strategy staff
Liberals plan on doubling staff for shipbuilding strategy to address ' ...  Toronto Star
Raymond James to buy Canada's MacDougall MacDougall & MacTier
National PostRaymond James's purchase of the Toronto-based company, known as 3Macs, will create an investment dealer with more than $33 billion in assets under administration.
How Raymond James acquired 3Macs
Raymond James buying venerable investment firm 3Macs  Brandon Sun