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Alibaba launching payment processing service AliPay in Canada
E-commerce giant Alibaba.com is launching its mobile payment service AliPay in Canada. The service allows Alibaba customers to use AliPay to easily pay Canadian merchants who sign up for the program.
Alibaba's online payment platform AliPay coming to Canada  TheSpec.com
Alipay extends reach in Starbucks stores in the Chinese mainland  Global Times
Transit tax credit was getting more and more expensive: Documents
The credit on public transit passes began in 2006 and was ended by the Liberal government in their budget this spring. Share on Facebook.
Memo to Bill Morneau: The rich already pay their fair share  The Globe and Mail
The loudest voices against tax reform are not neutral  Medicine Hat News
New Uber CEO apologies for company's past mistakes, vows change
The new CEO of Uber offered contrition for past mistakes on Monday, just days after London's transport authority said it would scrap the company's operating license.
Fighting for survival in London, Uber CEO apologizes for 'mistakes we ...  The Globe and Mail
Uber CEO apologizes for “mistakes” after London license blow  TechCrunch
Turcot ramp from Highway 15 to Highway 20 closes Monday night for 2 months
That means drivers arriving in Montreal from the Champlain Bridge will be detoured if they are heading to Trudeau airport or the West Island.
Major closures will make getting to the West Island a challenge this week  CBC.ca
CAMI strike: Union tables new deal, awaits GM's response
One week after workers at the CAMI plant in Ingersoll walked off the job, the union representing them has tabled an offer. In a statement released Sunday, the union says they have proposed a new package to General Motors Canada in hopes of fixing their ...
Striking GM Canada Autoworkers Struggle With Nafta Realities  Bloomberg
Union representing CAMI workers puts forward new offer  CTV News
Cenovus reaches deal to sell some southern Alberta operations for $512 million
Cenovus Energy CEO Brian Ferguson addresses the company's annual meeting in Calgary, Wednesday, April 26, 2017. Jeff McIntosh / THE CANADIAN PRESS.
Cenovus sells Suffield assets in Alberta for $500-million  The Globe and Mail
Cenovus reaches agreement to sell Suffield assets for $512 million  News1130
Oilsands @ 50: Triumph over challenges gave rise to Alberta's oilsands
The Great Canadian Oil Sands project started out with grand speeches predicting incredible wealth from unlocking Canada's massive oilsands resource, delivered to a crowd of about 600 VIPs on a cold and overcast September day in 1967.
Suncor Energy Inc. (SU) Short Interest Down 26.7% in August  Equities Focus
Here's the Bombardier jet at the heart of a simmering trade war between the US ...
On Tuesday, the US International Trade Commission is expected to announce its first ruling on the Boeing's complaints against Bombardier's sale of its new C Series airliner to Delta.
Bombardier, Inc.: Buy the Dip or Bail Out?  The Motley Fool Canada
Feds shouldn't take sides in this dog fight  Winnipeg Sun
Oil hits seven-month high as producers say market rebalancing
Crude oil tanks at Kinder Morgan's terminal are seen in Sherwood Park, near Edmonton, in this file photo. CHRIS HELGREN/REUTERS.
Brent Rises to 8-Month High as OPEC Says Production Cuts Working  Bloomberg
Brent oil rallies as hopes grow OPEC will extend output deal  MarketWatch
Calpine Corporation (CPN)- Analysts Forecasting Volatility Indicators
Calpine Corporation (NYSE:CPN) belongs to Utilities sector, other than individual factors many other macro and micro factors also effects whole sector and industries.
Calpine (CPN) Investors: RBC Capital Maintains “Hold” Rating, Sees $15.25 ...  Bibeypost.com
Calpine Corporation (NYSE:CPN) Shares Sold by Regal Investment Advisors LLC  TrueBlueTribune