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After racist note, Marc Faber resigns from Sprott, Ivanhoe, NovaGold
Marc Faber, the markets prognosticator known as "Dr. Doom," has resigned resigned his board seats at Sprott Inc., Ivanhoe Mines Ltd.
Veteran investor Marc Faber booted from 3rd company after racist comments  CBC.ca
'Thank God white people populated America': Investor Marc Faber ...  The Sydney Morning Herald
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As trade irritants pile up, Trudeau calls Trump to sell Bombardier-Airbus deal
Shortly after Bombardier announced its deal with Airbus that would give the European aerospace giant a majority stake in the CSeries jet program, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was on the phone to U.S.
Globe editorial: Bombardier wins. Airbus wins. Taxpayers? Your money is now ...  The Globe and Mail
Boeing: Bombardier CSeries could still face duties despite Airbus deal  BNN
OSFI sets new mortgage rules, including stress test for uninsured borrowers
Canada's top banking regulator has published the final version of its new mortgage rules, which include a requirement to "stress test" borrowers with uninsured loans to ensure they could withstand higher interest rates.
Why squeezing first-time home buyers is a smart housing policy  The Globe and Mail
Canada's banking watchdog sets tougher rules for mortgage lending  Financial Post
With Toronto, Alphabet looks to revolutionize city-building
A structure stands in the Port Lands, where Alphabet Inc. is expected to develop an area of Toronto's waterfront after they announced the project 'Sidewalk Toronto.
Google sister company makes 'bold bet' with new tech-focused ...  CBC.ca
Google firm wins competition to build high-tech Quayside neighbourhood in ...  Toronto Star
Ontario Liberals violating accounting rules to mask impact of cutting hydro ...
Ontario's Liberal government is using inappropriate accounting to keep billions of dollars in red ink off the public books to conceal the financial impact of cutting electricity bills by 25 per cent, the province's Auditor-General warned in a strongly ...
Customers could pay steep price for Ontario's hydro plan, auditor warns  Globalnews.ca
Liberals costing us extra $4 billion in interest costs  Toronto Sun
Where are the best and worst cities for women to live in Canada?
EDITOR'S NOTE: The complete ranking of cities has been updated to reflect the report's 2017 numbers. Victoria continues to be the best Canadian city to be a women in, a new study of the country's 25 biggest metropolitan areas reveals.
'A ways to go': Why Toronto is falling behind on gender equity  MetroNews Canada
The best (and worst) Canadian cities to live in if you're a woman  News1130
Sears retirees granted first step towards pension plan wind-up
TORONTO - Sears Canada's 18,000 pension members and beneficiaries have a new administrator for their underfunded retirement plan, the first step towards winding the plan down as the retailer readies for mass liquidation sales to begin this week.
Ontario government appoints new administrator for Sears pension plan  Toronto Star
Morneau Shepell takes over admin responsibilities for Sears pension plan  Globalnews.ca
NDP spent almost $300000 on advisers during transition to power
Premier John Horgan takes the oath of office on July 18. His government spent almost $300,000 on advisers to help during the transition to power.
BC Greens to introduce ride-sharing plan; blame NDP and Liberals for stalling  Financial Post
Ride-sharing law a year away in BC as government hires expert to consult  Nanaimo News NOW (press release) (blog)
'If we thought it was bad, it's worse:' Alberta badly underestimates methane ...
EDMONTON - New research suggests industry and government are badly underestimating Alberta's emissions of one of the most potent greenhouse gases.
'This is a really big deal': Canada natural gas emissions far worse ...  The Guardian
Vastly underreported emissions in Alberta's oil patch reveal excessive ...  Environmental Defense Fund (blog)
Marijuana stocks fall as uncertainty over listings grips the sector
The Ontario Securities Commission is refusing to wade into a controversial decision made by Canada's largest stock-exchange operator that could see some cannabis companies doing business south of the border kicked off of the country's two main stock ...
Aphria shares fall even as it digs in heels to remain on TSX amid crackdown  CTV News
Marijuana producer Aphria raises $80M, shares fall after TSX notice  CBC.ca