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The Toronto Stock Exchange was lower Thursday as concern over economic growth and Wall Street dragged stocks lower.
The governor of the BoC Stephen Poloz has defended the bank’s credibility today.
Cable, telecoms and broadband companies could be forced to make their bills easier to understand under proposals by the regulator.
Toronto-Dominion Bank said today that it is looking to smaller US acquisitions that would allow it to spread its branches further and faster.
It’s never happened before but Saskatchewan’s exports to countries other than the US have exceeded those of Alberta.
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Wednesday’s trading started well with gains for commodities helped by a weaker dollar.
In 2014 the oil industry invested $56 billion in capital projects but that may stay as an all-time peak.