By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell hard on Wednesday after a four-day winning streak, hit by news of deadly shootings in Ottawa and a sharp selloff in energy shares after oil prices tumbled.
It was all very predictable, of course. The British Columbia government surprised almost no one Tuesday by agreeing to slash tax rates on the province's yet-unborn liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry.
Manitoba was one of only three provinces to post an increase in retail sales in August, albeit a very small one - 0.1 per cent, new Statistics Canada data shows.
A bitter 17-month strike at Ikea's Richmond store ended Wednesday when mediator Vince Ready handed down binding recommendations calling for a 10-year collective agreement.
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