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Sears Canada collapse offers 'silver lining' for mall owners: Retail Council ...
The collapse of Sears Canada, leaving vacant stores across the country with enough square footage to cover two-thirds of Manhattan Island, could actually boost profits for many mall owners who will be able to replace the retailer with tenants who can ...
Sears Canada extended warranties run out today
Pain will be shared with Surrey Sears closure  Peace Arch News
The Journal Pioneer  
Ontario to bid for Amazon HQ2 by investing in education, not offering incentives
The region's formal bids to win the hotly contested competition for Seattle-based Amazon's second headquarters will be submitted this week.
Ontario commits $30M for AI grads in bid to woo Amazon
Ontario just enriched the Detroit-Windsor bid for Amazon  Windsor Star
The Android of cities: Alphabet's smartphone-inspired vision for Toronto's ...
Artist's impression of the Quayside. Sidewalk Labs said it will be investing $50 million into Toronto's waterfront.Handout.
Google sister company makes 'bold bet' with new tech-focused ...
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 ...
Watch out for watchdogs who don't like being watched: Cohn  Toronto Star
Sudbury MPP should resign as Energy minister: PCs  The Sudbury Star
Airbus shakes up industry with majority stake in Bombardier CSeries program
MONTREAL - European aircraft giant Airbus Group is shaking up the global airline business by buying a majority stake in Bombardier's CSeries program and assembling the plane in the U.S.
Andrew Coyne: CSeries planes — controlled in Europe, built in Alabama ...  National Post
Bombardier turns to Europe in turbulent US trade row  BBC News
Sunwing flyer sues because he got sparkling wine not champagne
A Canadian man has filed a lawsuit against Sunwing Airlines for promising a champagne service and instead serving sparkling wine. Daniel Macduff booked a holiday to Cuba through Sunwing that advertised a complimentary on-board champagne toast.
Canadian man sues airline after receiving sparkling wine instead of champagne  The Week Magazine
Canadian man sues Sunwing Airlines for serving sparkling wine instead of ...  Evening Standard
Edmonton returning to sustainable growth but don't expect a boom, says city ...
Edmonton is on its way out of an economic downturn, but the city's chief economist says Edmontonians shouldn't expect a boom like they've seen in the past.
Edmonton will keep growing, but oil booms probably over: city economist  Edmonton Journal
Update: TSX Posts 34-Point Decline in Late Day Slump as Dow Jones Surges Past 23k
Canada's main stock market declined in the midweek trading session as commodity prices were mixed and the Dow Jones posted triple digit gains, rising over 23k.
Canada's Ongoing Complicity with Exploitive Extraction Schemes  Socialist Project
3 Hot Stocks in Growing Industries  The Motley Fool Canada
Investor Marc Faber stands by racist remarks as corporate boards cut ties
Marc Faber, of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report, was dismissed from the boards of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd., Sprott Inc. and NovaGold after.
Opinion: Here's how to handle racists such as Marc Faber  MarketWatch
Veteran investor Marc Faber booted from 3rd company after racist comments
Horgan's tone on salmon farming 'unsettling': Marine Harvest
B.C. Premier John Horgan didn't exactly quote that title from Douglas Adams' Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy series at a press conference today, but that seemed to be the message he was giving to B.C.
Tensions rise in fish farm dispute  BCLocalNews
Marine Harvest says protests contributed to salmon deaths  Undercurrent News