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Toys “R” Us files for bankruptcy protection in Canada, US
Pedestrians walk by Toys "R" Us in Times Square in this file photo. The retailer has filed for bankruptcy protection in a Virgina court.
Toys 'R' Us stores remain open after company files for bankruptcy ...  CBC.ca
Will Toys 'R' Us stick around in Canada? And other questions, answered  Globalnews.ca
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Equifax says 100000 Canadians possibly affected by cyberattack
Equifax Canada said Tuesday approximately 100,000 Canadian consumers may have had their personal information and credit card details compromised in a massive cyberattack that also affected 143 million Americans, as the U.S.
Around 100, 000 Canadians potentially affected by Equifax hack  CTV News
Timeline: How the cyberattack on Equifax unfolded and the fall out that followed  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Oilsands miner reports 123 birds killed in tailings pond incident
CALGARY - The Alberta Energy Regulator says it's responding to a report of bird fatalities at the soon-to-be-producing Fort Hills oilsands mine north of Fort McMurray.
Investigation underway after 123 dead birds discovered at Alberta oilsands site  Globalnews.ca
More than 120 waterfowl, other birds dead at oilsands site north of Fort ...  Edmonton Journal
Fiat Chrysler recalls nearly 500000 pickup trucks due to fire risk
The company said on Tuesday that some Ram trucks may be fitted with a water-pump bearing that could overheat and possibly cause a fire in the engine compartment.
Fiat Chrysler recalls 494000 pickup trucks for fire risk  Reuters
494000 Ram trucks recalled for fire hazard  Detroit Free Press
Air Canada to expand routes, fare structure in bid to fly alongside low-cost ...
Air Canada is gearing up to compete in the full-fledged battle for bargain-conscious travellers that will begin next year when two ultralow-cost carriers (ULCC) take to the skies.
Air Canada mulls cutting fares to compete with ultra-low cost carriers  Montreal Gazette
Air Canada seeking bank to partner with for new credit card loyalty program  Toronto Star
Kosher designation for medical pot products arrive in time for the High Holidays
GATINEAU, Que. - A Quebec medical marijuana producer says its processed products have been certified as kosher, just in time for one of the High Holidays on the Jewish calendar.
Hydropothecary Announces Kosher Certification for Marijuana Products  Investing News Network (registration)
Kosher Medical Marijuana Approved In Canada, Just In Time For High Holidays  Forward
The close: TSX touches six-week high on broad gains
Canada's main stock index touched a six-week high on Tuesday as financial and energy stocks led broad-based gains. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index rose 56.30 points, or 0.4 per cent to finish at 15,292.97.
TSX, Wall Street up modestly as investors eye Federal Reserve meeting  Financial Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX hits six-week high in broad rally ahead of Fed  Reuters
IWK handing expense scandal info to police; auditor general 'gravely concerned'
Nova Scotia Auditor General Michael Pickup announced Tuesday his office will audit the IWK Health Centre's books and practices, and said the hospital is turning over to police information related to former CEO Tracy Kitch's expenses.
IWK expense scandal: NS auditor general to investigate, provide information ...  Globalnews.ca
IWK expenses going to police, auditor general to probe books  MetroNews Canada
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).
USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Higher Ahead of Fed Meeting  MarketPulse (blog)
BNN's Daily Chase: Loonie back in rally mode; Air Canada searches for ...  BNN
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