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Growing number of workers choosing to be paid with Bitcoin, payroll firm says
A small but growing -- and surprising -- number of workers are rejecting Canadian dollar salaries for Bitcoin, according to a Waterloo, Ont.
Growing number of workers choosing to be paid with Bitcoin: payroll firm  News1130
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China moving quickly to roll out property taxes nationwide
For years, Chinese property owners have enjoyed a free ride to wealth driven by scorching growth in home prices and a lack of property taxes to whittle away the gains.
It Pays to Count China's Little Piggies  Wall Street Journal
China home prices fall for fourth straight month  MarketWatch
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Federal government balks at backing Arctic Internet project
Ice floes float in Baffin Bay between Canada and Greenland above the Arctic circle on July 10, 2008. The Canadian government doesn't appear ready to make a decision on its place in on the Arctic Fibre project, and switch over three-quarters of its Internet ...
Arctic business forum has first meeting, fulfilling Canadian promise  mysask.com
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Mitzie Hunter has no pension but will try to get one for all Ontario workers
It's a bold government that introduces a go-it-alone program that is expensive, apt to be deeply unpopular in some quarters and a tough sell in others, where the upside won't be obvious for another 30 years.
Lots to learn from Ontario's pension plan  North Shore News
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Locked-out Cameco workers demand flight compensation
Kelly Harrington, president of the Saskatoon and District Labour Council, brings burgers from the Labour Day BBQ to picketers outside of Cameco at Victoria Park, Monday.
Locked-out Cameco workers picket Saskatoon headquarters  Globalnews.ca
Unionized Cameco workers picket at PA Airport  News Talk 980 CJME
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Robots will soon make bankers � and many more jobs now done by humans ...
Robots will be running the City within 10 years, rendering investment bankers, analysts and even quants redundant, it has been claimed.
Op-Ed: Robots, the Cloud and robot banks � Utopia? Maybe, maybe not  DigitalJournal.com
Robots are after your job in the City  CITY A.M.
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The Mount Polley mine disaster
... � On BC Day, a holiday meant to celebrate beautiful BC, we were all having a beautiful time at the family cabin at Quesnel Lake, with hot sun, blue skies and a pristine lake.
Mount Polley: Imperial Metals and government focus on covering up instead of ...  rabble.ca (blog)
Mine Disaster: Who Will Investigate Gov't Failings?  TheTyee.ca
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Spain sells 50-year bond for first time
Spanish bonds have returned 13 per cent this year, set for the largest annual gain since 1996, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch Indexes.
UPDATE 1-Spain raises 1 billion euros in first 50-year bond  Reuters
Spain Sells First 50-Year Government Bonds  Bloomberg
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DAD's Bagels says goodbye 1:44
When a Dollarama opened next door to D.A.D.'s Bagels a few years ago, Kashmir Singh Randhawa knew his days were numbered. "I played the waiting game," Randhawa said.
Famous D.A.D.'s Bagels Announce to Close in NDG  Oye! Times
DAD's Bagels shuts its doors in NDG for Dollarama expansion  CTV News
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Toronto rides new streetcars to its urban future: Hume
At last passengers can feel good about being taken for a ride by the TTC. The Toronto Transit Commission's new streetcars went into service Sunday morning and though it's early days, it seems the city's love affair with the Red Rocket as about to get all warm ...
Toronto's New Streetcars Hit The Streets  Huffington Post Canada
New streetcars roll out on Spadina  Toronto Sun
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