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Canada’s GDP shrank by 0.1% in August – Business

The oil and gas sector shrank in August, Statistics Canada reported Tuesday. (Associated Press) Canada’s economy shrank by 0.1 per cent in August as declines in oil and gas and…

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TSX closes above 16,000 for first time, led by energy companies – Business

Canada’s benchmark stock index topped 16,000 points for the first time on Monday, the first trading day since it set a record high on Friday. When the stock market closed…

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Reopening NAFTA could devastate apparel industry, says Winnipeg manufacturer – Manitoba

A Winnipeg-based garment manufacturer who saw his Canadian workforce shrink from 1,200 to 100 after the North American Free Trade Agreement went into effect says the best the country’s apparel…

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NFL Sunday Ticket slow to come back to Canadian cable markets – Nova Scotia

Three weeks after an NFL streaming service announced it would be forming partnerships with Canadian cable providers so they could show all football games on television, only four cable companies are offering the…

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Rheostatics guitarist debuts the West End Phoenix, an old-fashioned newspaper – Business

A crime down the street involving deli meat. How Airbnb is “ruining” your neighbourhood. A pet of the month feature. Comic strips and short stories written by your neighbours. If the only way to get…

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Facebook to use Canada as testing ground for new ad transparency features – Business

Facebook will use Canada as a testing ground as it rolls out new ad transparency features and increases scrutiny of political advertising. The social media giant said that starting next…

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Amazon sales surge after Whole Foods acquisition, busy Prime Day – Business Inc. on Thursday said its sales surged over the summer and profit trounced expectations, as shoppers jumped at Prime Day promotions on its website and bought groceries at its newly…

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Bank of Canada’s Poloz might be spooked by an unnatural economy: Don Pittis – Business

Borrowers and homeowners haunted by thoughts of another hike in interest rates just days before Halloween may have been reassured to hear Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz held rates steady yesterday….

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CN Rail on hiring spree after being surprised by laid-off workers passing on jobs – Business

Canadian National Railways is on a hiring spree particularly in Western Canada, several years after a slowdown in demand prompted layoffs. The country’s largest railway says it hopes to add…

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Bombardier could lower C Series deliveries for year because of engine issues – Business

Bombardier Inc. could be set to announce next week that it won’t meet its forecast for delivering about 30 C Series jets this year because of a lack of engines…

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