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Nunavut gold mine fined $100K for late environmental reports

IQALUIT, Nunavut - The owner of an inactive gold mine in Nunavut has been fined for filing environmental reports three years late.
Lupin Mines Incorporated has pleaded guilty to the charge and faces a $100,000 fine.
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Pension fund for Ontario city employees invests $1.87 billion in Texas pipeline

TORONTO -- The Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System has an agreement to pay $1.87 billion for a 50 per cent stake in BridgeTex Pipeline Company, LLC, which owns a pipeline system that carries crude oil from West Texas to Houston.
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President's Choice to participate in buck-a-beer for limited time

BRAMPTON, Ont. -- Loblaw Companies Ltd. says some of its President's Choice beer will sell for a loonie for a limited time to celebrate the return of buck-a-beer in Ontario.
Premier Doug Ford lowered the minimum price of a bottle or can of beer with an alcohol volume below 5.6 per cent to $1 from $1.25.
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U.S. to impose anti-dumping duties of 24% plus on Canadian-made pipes

The United States says it will impose preliminary anti-dumping duties on large-diameter welded pipe from Canada and five other countries.
The U.S. Department of Commerce says it will collect 24.38 per cent cash deposits on imports from Canada that were worth almost $180 million US in 2017.
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S&P 500 hits record high, equals longest bull-run

The benchmark S&P 500 hit an all-time intraday high on Tuesday, the same day it equalled its longest-ever bull-market run, as U.S. stocks rose on encouraging earnings reports and hopes that the United States and China could resolve their tariff dispute.
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U.S. to impose anti-dumping duties on Canadian-made pipes

WASHINGTON -- The United States says it will impose preliminary anti-dumping duties on large-diameter welded pipe from Canada and five other countries.
The U.S. Department of Commerce says it will collect 24.38 per cent cash deposits on imports from Canada that were worth almost US$180 million in 2017.
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Marijuana stocks up after Ontario announces cannabis supply agreements

Some marijuana sector stocks are up slightly after Ontario announced supply agreements with 26 licensed producers in preparation for legalization of recreational pot this fall.
Smaller producers which signed initial agreements with the Ontario Cannabis Store, which will be selling pot online starting on Oct.
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Nabisco redesigns Animal crackers to get rid of cages

After more than a century behind bars, the beasts on boxes of animal crackers are roaming free.
Mondelez International, the parent company of Nabisco, has redesigned the packaging of its Barnum's Animals crackers after relenting to pressure from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
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Tim Hortons franchisee who led class-action settles suit, leaves chain

A Tim Hortons franchisee who was the lead plaintiff on a class-action suit against the company is no longer with the coffee-and-doughnut chain's parent company after reaching an agreement with Restaurant Brands International.
Mark Kuziora operated two locations in Toronto and was an outspoken member of an unsanctioned franchisee group started more than a year ago, the Great White North Franchisee Association.
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Should Canada tax inheritances for the super-wealthy?

Canada is the only country among the world’s top seven economies – the G7 – that does not charge any tax on inherited wealth. But there are calls for that to change, at least for the ultra rich.
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Tim Hortons franchisee settles suit over licence dispute, leaves company

A Tim Horton's franchisee who had brought legal action against the chain's parent company has settled his suit and severed his ties to the company.
Mark Kuziora operated two locations in Toronto and was an outspoken member of the Great White North Franchisee Association, an unsanctioned franchisee group started more than a year ago.
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Burned-down house in Vancouver listed for nearly $4M

It may not look like much.
More than two thirds of the home has collapsed and the charred debris from a once-raging fire remains undisturbed. The creeping grass surrounding the abandoned building has grown long and unruly.
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Marijuana stocks rise on news of Ontario supply agreements

TORONTO -- Some marijuana sector stocks are up slightly after Ontario announced supply agreements with 26 licensed producers in preparation for legalization of recreational pot this fall.
Smaller producers which signed initial agreements with the Ontario Cannabis Store, which will be selling pot online starting on Oct.
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