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Equifax hack: When to give out your Social Insurance Number (it's less often ...
The credit report company Equifax today revealed it was targeted by a major cyber-attack earlier this year. Equifax says hackers may have stolen personal information -- including social security and credit card numbers -- from as many as 143 million ...
Equifax says 100000 Canadians possibly affected by cyberattack  The Globe and Mail
Equifax says 100000 Canadians impacted by cybersecurity breach
Victoria News  
Toys 'R' Us to file for bankruptcy protection in Canada
Customers in front of the Toys "R" Us Times Square flagship store in New York. (DON EMMERT / AFP/GETTY IMAGES). Toys "R" Us has filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S.
Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy protection
Toys 'R' Us seeks bankruptcy to survive retail upheaval  Reuters
Montreal luxury real estate market heating up, but Toronto and Vancouver will ...
Montreal is emerging as a luxury real estate "hot spot," while Vancouver and Toronto sales should pick up this fall after somewhat sluggish times, according to a new report.
Sales of $4 million-plus Toronto homes poised to rebound  Toronto Star
Montreal's luxury housing market soars  The Globe and Mail
Air Canada seeks credit card partner for new loyalty program
Air Canada is looking for a financial services company to partner with it on a co-branded credit card, as part of its plans to launch a new loyalty program by 2020.
Air Canada seeking credit card partner for new loyalty program  The Globe and Mail
Air Canada seeks new credit card partner, unveils new growth targets  Financial Post
Canada beats deficit forecast by $5.3 billion on lower spending
Ottawa ended its 2016-17 fiscal year with a deficit of $17.8 billion, compared with the $23 billion forecast. Getty Images. Bloomberg News.
Federal deficit comes in at $17.8-billion for 2016-17  The Globe and Mail
Federal government deficit smaller than expected at $17.8B last fiscal year
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales fall 2.6 per cent in July
OTTAWA -- Canadian factory sales fell for a second consecutive month in July, Statistics Canada said Tuesday due in large part to a drop in the auto sector.
Canadian factory sales fall 2.6 per cent in July  The Globe and Mail
Canada: Monthly Survey of Manufacturing, July 2017  MarketPulse (blog)
Documents show former BC government allowed oil execs to refine climate plan ...
British Columbia's former Liberal government asked oil and gas corporations to "refine" the language of recommendations made by an advisory panel before it finalized its Climate Leadership Plan, documents show.
Former BC Liberal government accused of letting the oil and gas industry ...  News1130
Documents reveal extent of Alberta oil giants' grip on BC under Christy ...  National Observer
Complete Detroit-Windsor Tunnel closure planned for 10 days in October
President and CEO of the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel says the border crossing will be closed completely for 10 days in October for repairs and upgrades.
Windsor-Detroit Tunnel to close completely for 10 days in October
12K drivers affected by Detroit-Windsor Tunnel 10-day closure in October  WXYZ
Canadian Interest rates will likely pause until NAFTA 2.0 is settled
Trucks on the Ambassador Bridge between Windsor and Detroit, among Canada's busiest border crossings. (Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty).
BUSINESS REPORT: Bank of Canada may pause interest rate increase, for now
What every Canadian investor needs to know today  The Globe and Mail
Ontario's minimum-wage hike likely to threaten jobs outside Toronto area: study
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne in Edmonton on July 19, 2017. Announced in May, the minimum-wage hike is a central plank of a more wide-ranging labour plan from Wynne that also guarantees extra vacation time and equal pay provisions for workers.
Minimum wage hike will mean spike in unemployment: Study  Toronto Sun
Higher minimum wage will hit Sudbury harder: study  The Sudbury Star