North America Newswire (Page 3)

North America Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for North America. (Page 3)

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  1. 'The Canadian construction sector is for sale,' as Aecon looks for a bidderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Journal of Commerce

    Canada's construction industry may soon have a better idea of how attractive it is to the increasingly globalized building sector as one of its biggest catches sits on the auction block awaiting bidders. Toronto-based Aecon Group Inc. is in the process of courting suitors after it put it itself up for sale Aug. 25, a move analysts say will draw players across Europe, the U.S. and China looking to size up the company's - and Canada's - potential.

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  2. Osisko Mining Corp (OSK) Receives Average Rating of "Buy" from BrokeragesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Osisko Mining Corp has received a consensus recommendation of "Buy" from the seven ratings firms that are covering the firm, MarketBeat reports. Two equities research analysts have rated the stock with a hold recommendation and four have assigned a buy recommendation to the company.

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  3. Grupo Simec SAB de CV (SIM) Given Daily Coverage Optimism Score of 0.18Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | The Breeze

    Media stories about Grupo Simec SAB de CV have been trending somewhat positive this week, according to Accern Sentiment Analysis. The research group identifies positive and negative news coverage by reviewing more than 20 million news and blog sources.

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  4. The Canadian book that tricked the world into believing they were overrun with Satanist murder cultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | National Post

    Detail of the cover of Michelle Remembers, which kickstarted a global panic that scores of children were being murdered by underground Satanist cults. The couple, who owned a daycare, spent 22 years in prison on the utterly baseless charges that they had served blood to children under their care, forced them to witness infant murders and flown them to Mexico to be raped by soldiers.

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  5. Agnes Wenjack, residential school survivor and mom of Chanie Wenjack, dies at 89Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | The Toronto Star

    The mother of Chanie Wenjack, the 12-year-old boy who froze to death while on the run from a residential school and who later inspired a generation of Canadians to learn about this devastating chapter in Canada's history, has died. Mrs. Agnes Wenjack passed away in a Geraldton, Ontario hospital on September 1. A mother, a great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother, the matriarch of the Ogoki Post, Marten Falls First Nations family was 89-years-old.

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  6. Union calls for more federal IT workers to fix PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | CBC News

    A figure representing the failing Phoenix pay system waves from the PIPSC float during Monday's Labour Day parade in Ottawa. As Phoenix pay problems drag on, the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada is calling on the federal government to double the number of information technology experts tasked with repairing the failing payroll system.

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  7. COTR Avalanche women hosting pre-season tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    On September 8, 9 and 10, the College of the Rockies Avalanche women's volleyball team will be hosting a pre-season tournament at their home gymnasium. The tournament will pit the Avs against top collegiate competition from Alberta with Calgary's Ambrose University Lions, the Olds College Broncos and the Lethbridge College Kodiaks who are in town for the event.

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  8. Consumer non-mortgage debt rises 3.3% in 2nd quarter: EquifaxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | CBC News

    Canadian delinquency rate for non-mortgage consumer debt fell to 1.09 per cent - heavily influenced by declines in the heavily populated provinces of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia, Equifax said Tuesday. Equifax Canada says non-mortgage consumer debt climbed 3.3 per cent year-over-year in the second quarter and warns that consumers' ability to keep up with their debt payments could be affected as interest rates and borrowing costs rise.

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  9. Toronto colleges, universities on the alert for opioid abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | CBC News

    Orientation or "frosh" week often means plenty of parties as the new academic year begins, and as Toronto deals with a spike in the number of opioid drug overdoses, schools, first responders and health officials are doing what they can to keep students safe. "You've got to be careful for yourself.

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  10. Banerjee: A muddled strategy in AfghanistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Ottawa Citizen

    In this photograph taken on August 10, 2017, an Afghan commando instructor explains how to fire during live firing exercises at Camp Morehead on the outskirts of Kabul. Fresh recruits to Afghanistan's elite special operations forces will soon be on the frontline of the war against a resurgent Taliban -- a battle US President Donald Trump has vowed "to win" by putting more American boots on the ground indefinitely.

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  11. Rockets players off to NHL campsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Jermaine Loewen #32 of the Kamloops Blazers stick checks Kole Lind #16 of the Kelowna Rockets in front of the bench on March 24, 2017 at Prospera Place in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. - Image: Marissa Baecker/Shoot the Breeze.

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  12. Red Deer Symphony Orchestra gears up for new seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    The Red Deer Symphony Orchestra is gearing up to launch a brand new season with the first performance slated for Oct. 7th in the Red Deer College Arts Centre. Audiences are invited to treat their ears to contrasting music from German titans Schumann and Beethoven, according to a RDSO release.

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  13. Small business tax backlash tops agenda for Liberal caucus retreatRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Canadian Business Magazine

    As they prepare to return to the parliamentary hot seat in two weeks, it seems somehow appropriate that Justin Trudeau and his federal Liberal colleagues are holing up in Kelowna, B.C. - amid smoke from nearby wildfires - to plot strategy. Liberal MPs are bracing for sparks to fly during the fall sitting of the House of Commons over a host of issues - first among them, controversial proposals to eliminate tax loopholes the government maintains give wealthy small business owners an unfair tax advantage.

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  14. NAFTA: Early sticking points encountered on numerous issuesRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Negotiators have run into a series of early sticking points on nearly every major element considered key to achieving a new NAFTA agreement, according to sources who describe a dialogue-of-the-deaf-like approach to sensitive issues. A recurring pattern has emerged during the current round of talks in Mexico City, said sources with knowledge of the discussions: a country will raise a prized priority, only to have another systematically refuse to engage the conversation.

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  15. Boeing refusing to blink in dispute with Bombardier despite Liberal threatsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Boeing Co. has no plans to back down in its trade dispute with Canadian rival Bombardier - a high-stakes, cross-border conflict that the U.S. transportation giant says could have long-term ramifications for the future of the entire aerospace sector.

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  16. Hudson's Bay steps outside Canada with its flagship brand in the NetherlandsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Hudson's Bay Co. chief executive Jerry Storch says bringing the iconic department store brand to the Netherlands wasn't his original plan, but feedback from local shoppers suggested the country could use more Canadiana - and a few of those Bay blankets.

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  17. Community tip leads to arrest of alleged smugglersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Seaway News

    On August 28, 2017, while on patrol in the South Glengarry area, investigators of the Cornwall Regional Task Force observed suspicious activity occurring along Chevrier Road. Officers observed a boat, loaded with garbage bags of contraband tobacco, being off loaded on the shore where two pickup trucks were waiting.

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  18. Arctic climate change may have fed Hurricane HarveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Nunatsiaq News

    Only thing missing - palm trees: Gjoa Haven, one of Nunavut's hot spots, this August, under sunny, warm skies, as shot by Natta Summerky, with the C3 Canada 150 voyage which stopped in the western Nunavut community on the Aug. 24 and Aug. 25. Last month, you could have seen swimmers in the western Nunavut town of Cambridge Bay diving into the Arctic Ocean to cool off - the month of August in Nunavut proved to be an extreme record-breaker with respect to high temperatures and low precipitation.

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  19. Politics Briefing: U.S. takes a NAFTA hard lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Globe and Mail

    Good morning, It's the final day of the second round of renegotiations of the North American free trade agreement, and the Americans -- who kicked off these trade talks -- are taking the negotiating stance that they don't need to concede a thing . Canada, meanwhile, is pushing for the U.S. and Mexican governments to strengthen labour standards in their countries.

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  20. Kristin Cavallari took snap of Jay Cutler on nude beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Daily Mail

    'I'm surprised he let me post a photo of his butt!': Kristin Cavallari reveals THAT cheeky snap of hubby Jay Cutler was taken at a nude beach in Mexico Earlier this year, she caused quite the stir, when she shared an Instagram shot of her NFL player husband Jay Cutler bearing his bottom during their Mexican getaway. And Kristin Cavallari has now revealed that the cheeky snap was taken at a nude beach in Tulum, where they enjoyed a romantic springtime getaway in March.

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