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Gas prices boost Canadian inflation in August
Rising gasoline prices helped add some heat to Canada's tepid inflation rate in August, giving the Bank of Canada a small nudge closer to another interest-rate increase before the end of the year.
Canada's inflation rate continues to pick up its pace, reaches 1.4% in ...  680 News
Odds still on another rate hike this year as Bank of Canada mulls today' ...  Financial Post
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Big cash flowing into River Rock Casino sparks money-laundering probe
B.C.'s attorney general has ordered an independent review of money-laundering controls in B.C. casinos after Chinese high-roller VIPs used gambling chips bought with massive wads of cash that could be “proceeds of crime,” Postmedia has learned.
Shelved 2016 casino report flagged money laundering concerns, AG says on it now  CBC.ca
David Eby says BC Liberal gov't buried a report into possible money ...  News1130
Store manager paid himself $524000 in fake lotto winnings, Edmonton police say
A former manager at an Edmonton convenience store is facing fraud charges after allegedly paying himself more than a half million dollars in lottery prizes for tickets that did not exist.
Edmonton convenience store manager charged in $524K lottery fraud  Globalnews.ca
Edmonton convenience store manager accused of stealing $524K in lottery fraud  MetroNews Canada
Driver ticketed twice in 8 minutes for using cell phone
VANCOUVER - A driver in Vancouver needed just eight minutes to rack up more than $700 in fines and eight demerit points, all because of a reluctance to put down the phone.
Motorist fined $736 for 2 distracted driving infractions within 8 minutes  CTV News
Driver gets two distracted driving tickets within six blocks and eight minutes  Vancouver Courier
The close: TSX flat as financials offset drag from telecom stocks
Canada's main stock index was flat on Friday but up 1.9 per cent on the week as the heavyweight financials group gained ground, offsetting losses for telecom shares.
The ballyhooed 'war on homebuyers' isn't real  Macleans.ca
TSX ends flat but climbs 1.9 percent on the week  Reuters Canada
In new setback, Uber to lose license to work in London
LONDON - Uber will lose its license to operate in London because it may be endangering public safety and security, the local regulator said Friday, in a severe blow to a company already facing big questions over its corporate culture.
Uber stripped of London licence due to lack of corporate responsibility  The Guardian
Uber banned to operate in London amid concerns about public safety  Globalnews.ca
Nova Scotia to make abortion pill Mifegymiso available free at pharmacies
A shipment of Mifegymiso is pictured at the Willow Women's Clinic in Vancouver on Jan. 20, 2017. Ellen Wiebe. HALIFAX. The Canadian Press.
'It could be catastrophic': Morneau draws criticism from business ...  CBC.ca
Nova Scotia Power warns of text scam  The News
Alberta court ruling says pharmacist regulator can ban reward points for drugs
EDMONTON - A court ruling means Albertans will not be able to collect reward points for drug purchases or pharmacy services. The Alberta Court of Appeal on Friday overturned a 2016 ruling that said the body that regulates the province's pharmacists ...
Pharmacy college can ban loyalty rewards for prescriptions: appeal court  Edmonton Journal
Alberta Court of Appeal reinstates ban on pharmacies offering reward programs  CBC.ca
Nenshi, Saint John mayor plead for swift review of Energy East pipeline
Saint John Mayor Don Darling is so concerned about the possible demise of the Energy East pipeline that he interrupted his vacation to enlist the help of his Calgary counterpart Friday.
Mayors of Calgary and Saint John reaffirm support for Energy East  CBC.ca
Saint John, Calgary Mayors Denounce NEB Decision Holding Up Energy East ...  Huddle Today
Ontario signs agreement to join Quebec-California carbon market in 2018
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, flanked by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, left, and California Governor Edmund G. Brown, raise their hands after signing an agreement on climate change in Quebec City on Friday, Sept.
Cap and trade explained: How Ontario's new system will work  CTV News
Ontario joins California's market to sell pollution credits  National Post