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Bombardier eyes plan B amid dispute over C Series
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Bombardier looking beyond Tuesday's duty decision as workers rally in ...  CBC.ca
Bombardier workers rally in Toronto ahead of US trade spat decision  Toronto Star
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Canadian dollar hits two-week low as Fed signals interest-rate hike
The Canadian dollar weakened to a two-week low on Wednesday against its U.S. counterpart, reversing earlier gains, after the Federal Reserve signaled that it expected to raise interest rates once more by year-end.
Markets start to take Fed tightening seriously  Financial Times
Asian shares pressured as greenback, US Treasury yields rise on Fed  CNBC
Ontario considers price of $10 per gram in government stores for marijuana ...
To avoid fueling illegal sales, province plans to coordinate pricing with other provinces and ensure it's not overly expensive, finance minister says.
Pot will be 'competitively priced' in Ontario: Gov't  London Free Press
Ontario considers pricing recreational pot at $10 a gram  CBC.ca
Sorry Toronto, data shows Calgary and Denver are in a horse race to win Amazon ...
Scores of North American cities are expected to bid for Amazon's second corporate headquarters, or HQ2, but only two - Calgary and Denver - are in a real race to win it, based on the giant Internet retailer's requirements, said Adam Waterous, a ...
Virginia to make big play for Amazon HQ2, but quietly  Roanoke Times
Chicago dreams of Amazon  Chicago Tribune
Rogers offers $9.99 internet to people in subsidized Waterloo Region housing
People living in subsidized housing in Waterloo region will have access to low-cost, high speed internet thanks to a new partnership between the region and Rogers.
Rogers launches $9.99 Internet service in Waterloo  Cartt.ca (subscription)
BC regulators order insurance firm, payday lenders to stop 'deceptive' sales ...
An insurance company has been ordered to stop selling policies through two payday lenders and provide refunds after an investigation by British Columbia regulators.
BC orders insurer to stop sales of credit insurance with payday loans  Vancouver Sun
BC payday lenders barred from selling insurance over 'aggressive and ...  Globalnews.ca
Report on voting results associated to the Annual Meeting of Shareholders on ...
LAVAL, QC, Sept. 20, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. ("Couche-Tard") (TSX: ATD.A ATD.B) held its Annual Meeting of Shareholders on September 19, 2017.
Couche-Tard still wants to sell marijuana in its Quebec convenience stores  CBC.ca
Circle K's Owner Sets Eyes on Asia for Next Acquisition Phase  Bloomberg
41 per cent of BC business owners plan to sell within 5 years, survey finds
Across the province, British Columbian entrepreneurs and business owners are planning to sell but may not be prepared for the transition, warns a survey by the Business Development Bank of Canada.
6 ways to enhance the value of your business  BCBusiness
Many BC business owners are looking for exit strategy: report  MY PG NOW
Oil up two percent despite US crude build; set for best third quarter since 2004
A worker walks past oil pipes at a refinery in Wuhan, Hubei province March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer/File Photo. NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices settled up 2 percent on Wednesday despite a rise in U.S.
Oil Jumps as Fuel Draw Adds to Talk of More OPEC Cuts  Bloomberg
US oil rallies and settles at 4-month high  MarketWatch
Chamber speaks out over proposed federal tax changes
The Liberal government's proposed tax changes are meeting stiff opposition from small business owners and farm communities. The changes, touted as “closing loopholes,” are being viewed by many as a debilitating to business.
What you need to know about the proposed small business tax changes  The Loop (blog)
COLUMN: Feds need to extend tax consultation deadline  The News