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Odds still on another rate hike this year as Bank of Canada mulls today's data
OTTAWA - Canadian retail sales volumes declined in July, pointing to a slower pace of growth at the start of the third quarter, though a pick-up in inflation in August still left the central bank with room to raise interest rates again.
What every Canadian investor needs to know today  The Globe and Mail
Inflation heats up to 1.4% in August, pushed higher by gasoline, airfares  
Tim Hortons franchisee association accused of leaking information
TORONTO - A group representing frustrated Tim Hortons franchisees says its board members have been accused by the company of helping leak confidential information.
Restaurant Brands International Inc. Moves to Quash its Franchisee Rebellion ...  The Motley Fool Canada
Global Markets: Tim Horton's in legal battle with franchise owners  Western Producer
Uber banned to operate in London amid concerns about public safety
Uber was first licensed to operate in the city in 2012 and will see its current license expire on Sept. 30. The company said it plans to appeal the regulator's decision, and can continue to operate until the appeals process is exhausted.
Uber's rivals ready to fill the gap but cab giant puts up a fight  The Guardian
Morning Agenda: London to Ban Uber  New York Times
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.
NS government to make abortion pill available for free at pharmacies
Nova Scotia Power warns about text message scam
Bettencourt death stirs speculation about L'Oreal ownership
The logo of French cosmetics group L'Oreal is seen on the company's building in Clichy, near Paris February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann.
Death of World's Richest Woman Sets Stock Scramble in Motion  Wall Street Journal (subscription)
French billionaire L'Or´┐Żal heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies at 94  FRANCE 24
Ontario signs agreement to join cap-and-trade system with Quebec and California
The premiers of Ontario and Quebec and the governor of California signed an agreement Friday to create the world's second largest carbon market, dismissing naysayers and predicting that more provinces and states would soon join.
Ontario, Quebec, and California ink climate-change deal  Toronto Star
Quebec and Ontario ministers talk cannabis, carbon  CTV News
OPEC says winning battle to end oil glut
OPEC and other oil producers are clearing a glut that has weighed on crude prices for three years and may wait until January before deciding whether to extend their output curbs beyond the first quarter of 2018, ministers said on Friday.
Oil prices fluctuate, but cling to a gain for the week  MarketWatch
Russia Remains Open to Longer OPEC Cuts, While Mulling Exit Plan  Bloomberg
Trade panel: Cheap imports hurt US solar industry
WASHINGTON - A U.S. trade panel has ruled that low-cost solar panels imported from China and other countries have caused serious injury to American manufacturers, raising the possibility of the Trump administration imposing tariffs that could double ...
US solar trade case moves on, panel finds harm to producers  Reuters
Trump positioned to slap potentially crushing tariffs on solar industry  Los Angeles Times
Veresen re-applies to build $10 billion Jordan Cove LNG project in Oregon
Veresen Inc., whose proposal to build an LNG export terminal in Oregon was derailed by regulators last year, has resubmitted its application for a bigger, more expensive project.
Veresen reapplies to build LNG facility in southern Oregon
Veresen Tries Again for FERC OK to Build Jordan Cove LNG, Pacific Connector  Natural Gas Intelligence
As many as 255 GM Canada workers to be laid off in St. Catharines
Layoff notices have been handed out to hundreds of workers at the General Motors transmission-making factory in St. Catharines, Ont.
GM issues temporary layoffs  Welland Tribune
GM Lays Off 250 Workers Amid Strike In Canada  Jalopnik