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    Collapsed fish farm that released thousands of Atlantic salmon had structural problems last month - CBC.ca

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    Collapsed fish farm that released thousands of Atlantic salmon had structural problems last month
    CBC.ca
    The Washington state fish farm that collapsed allowing many thousands of Atlantic salmon to escape into the Pacific showed signs of trouble last month, and was slated for upgrades. In late July, the Cooke Aquaculture-owned operation near Cypress Island...
    Wild BC salmon at risk after invasive farmed fish escape netsCTV News
    Farmed Atlantic salmon escape into Washington state waters. Here's why fishermen are worriedLos Angeles Times
    Thousands of Atlantic salmon escape from fish farm into PacificThe Guardian
    Globalnews.ca-Times Colonist-TheChronicleHerald.ca-Calgary Herald
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    Pearson ground crew strike continues after union votes 98% against Swissport contract offer - CBC.ca

    CBC.ca

    Pearson ground crew strike continues after union votes 98% against Swissport contract offer
    CBC.ca
    The union representing some 700 baggage handlers, cabin cleaners and other ground crew has voted overwhelmingly against a contract offer by Swissport, meaning workers won't be ending their work stoppage, which has gone on four weeks already.
    Woman hit by taxi near King and Strachan680 News
    Striking Pearson ground workers vote against new offerCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
    Striking Pearson ground crew vote overwhelmingly to reject new dealToronto Star
    570 News
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    Canadians think Toronto is way more dangerous than it really is, thanks to media attention: poll - National Post

    National Post

    Canadians think Toronto is way more dangerous than it really is, thanks to media attention: poll
    National Post
    A poll that asked Canadians how safe they thought certain cities were found that a majority of us have no idea what we're talking about. Most participants in the Mainstreet Research/Postmedia poll, which sampled 2,050 people across Canada, ranked ...
    Saskatoon ranked as fourth most unsafe city in Canada: pollCTV News
    The City Canadians Think Is Safest Actually Has A Rising Crime RateHuffington Post Canada
    Poll says Canadians think Regina is safer than Saskatoon; crime rate suggests reverseCBC.ca
    Ottawa Sun-KelownaNow-MTL Blog (blog)-HiTechFacts
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    Alleged Canadian Yahoo hacker pleads not guilty in US court, lawyer says - TheChronicleHerald.ca

    TheChronicleHerald.ca

    Alleged Canadian Yahoo hacker pleads not guilty in US court, lawyer says
    TheChronicleHerald.ca
    SAN FRANCISCO — A lawyer of a Canadian man accused in a massive hack of Yahoo emails says his client has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him in a San Francisco courtroom on Wednesday. Karim Baratov was arrested in Hamilton, Ont.,...
    Canadian accused in Yahoo hack pleads not guilty in US courtThe Star Online
    Accused! Yahoo! hacker! pleads! not! guilty! in! US! courtThe Register
    Alleged Yahoo hacker pleads not guilty to helping Russian agents conduct massive 2014 data breachInternational Business Times UK
    CP24 Toronto's Breaking News-CBS San Francisco Bay Area-Toronto Sun-CBC.ca
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    Varcoe: For Alberta, economic recovery collides with listless energy prices - Calgary Herald

    Calgary Herald

    Varcoe: For Alberta, economic recovery collides with listless energy prices
    Calgary Herald
    Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci presented the Q1 fiscal update for 2017-18 at the Alberta Legislature on Wednesday August 23, 2017. Larry Wong / POSTMEDIA NETWORK. Share Adjust Comment Print. Economic hope collides with lethargic oil prices.
    Sluggish oil prices continue to plague Alberta's bottom line: fiscal updateFinancial Post
    Alberta government adjusts expectations, spending because of lower revenues in first quarter fiscal updateGlobalnews.ca
    Lower oil prices hitting Alberta treasury, forcing drop in budget price benchmarkCBC.ca
    The Globe and Mail-Edmonton Journal-Edmonton Sun-Calgary Sun
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    Video of Alberta Carl's Jr. co-owner violating health regulations spurred AHS investigation - Globalnews.ca

    Globalnews.ca

    Video of Alberta Carl's Jr. co-owner violating health regulations spurred AHS investigation
    Globalnews.ca
    WATCH: A selection of video shot by a former employee shows a co-owner of a Red Deer-area Carl's Jr. restaurant violating the province's food regulations. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial...
    'Disgusting behaviour' caught on video at fast food restaurant in Red Deer, Alta.Yahoo News Canada (blog)
    Restaurateurs see a reminder in burger place's food safety issueBCLocalNews
    CBC story reveals shocking health code violations at Carl's Jr. in Gasoline Alleyrdnewsnow.com
    Red Deer Advocate (subscription)-KCCI Des Moines
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    RBC profit buoys outlook for Canadian banks - The Globe and Mail

    The Globe and Mail

    RBC profit buoys outlook for Canadian banks
    The Globe and Mail
    Neither interest-rate uncertainty nor hot-and-cold Canadian housing markets could shake Royal Bank of Canada from a steady path toward stronger growth. Canada's second-largest lender by assets showed such trust in its trajectory on Wednesday that it...
    Royal Bank sees benefit from closing some city branches, reinvests in digitalFinancial Post
    Royal Bank of Canada Posts a Strong Q3 and Increases its Dividend by 5%The Motley Fool Canada
    RBC says closing city branches had minimal effect on customersToronto Star
    Bloomberg-Business Insider-Reuters-Markets Insider
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    Close loophole that gives the rich back-door income - Winnipeg Free Press

    Winnipeg Free Press

    Close loophole that gives the rich back-door income
    Winnipeg Free Press
    Minister of Finance Bill Morneau holds a press conference at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau recently released a long and nervously awaited discussion paper, which was met with...
    Andrew Coyne: Small businesses take risks. That's no reason they should get a special tax breakNational Post
    Bill Morneau's attack on the middle classOurWindsor.ca
    New Proposed Tax Changes Could Affect FarmersLacombe Online (press release) (blog)

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    BC Ferries announces new passenger rules - Business in Vancouver

    Business in Vancouver

    BC Ferries announces new passenger rules
    Business in Vancouver
    BC Ferries passengers will not be allowed to pop down to enclosed-vehicle decks to take a nap or tend to a pet as of October 11. BC Ferries announced the measure Tuesday, as well as the decision to make all vessels and terminals smoke-free for staff ...
    Phil Hickling: Where are the ferries in parties' plans?New Zealand Herald
    BC Ferries is banning tobacco, e-cigarette, and marijuana smoke on all vesselsStraight.com
    BC Ferries trying out extra sailing to Sunshine CoastNorth Shore News
    CHEK-CBC.ca
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    Nanaimo Port Authority inches forward with ferry service to downtown Vancouver - CBC.ca

    CBC.ca

    Nanaimo Port Authority inches forward with ferry service to downtown Vancouver
    CBC.ca
    A private ferry operator has cleared the first hurdle to operating a passenger-only ferry service from downtown Nanaimo to downtown Vancouver. After months of negotiations, Island Ferries and the Nanaimo Port Authority have agreed to an offer to lease ...
    Island Ferries signs lease agreement with Nanaimo Port AuthorityLadysmith Chronicle
    City reaches agreement for new Nanaimo passenger ferryCTV Vancouver Island
    SFN claims role limited, diminished as progress towards foot ferry announcedNanaimo News NOW (press release)

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