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Canada's TV watchdog to ignore Netflix, Google after data denial

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By Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's broadcast regulator said on Monday it will ignore evidence from Internet-based video providers Netflix Inc and Google Inc when making new rules for television after the companies refused to hand over some data. In a terse exchange at a regulatory hearing earlier this month, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC ...

TSX records biggest monthly drop since May 2012

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By John Tilak TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index posted its biggest monthly decline since May 2012 in September, losing about 4.3 percent, as a stronger U.S. dollar weighed on commodity prices and shares of natural resource companies. The market was little changed on Tuesday as softness in the energy and materials sectors was offset by a gain in the financial sector. Investors ...

Canadian finance minister says country not a tax haven

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TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada is not a tax haven but its government is always looking to make the country more attractive to foreign investors, Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver said on Tuesday. Corporate tax laws have come under scrutiny following a spate of international deals structured to benefit U.S. companies by shifting their domiciles abroad. Last week, the U.S. government imposed tough ...

Air Canada begins Toronto crackdown on carry-on bags ahead of new fees

TORONTO NEWS
MONTREAL - Air Canada has begun a trial program at Toronto's Pearson International Airport to ensure that passengers bring only carry-on baggage that will fit into overhead bins.

TSX declines on rising geopolitical worries

TORONTO NEWS
By John Tilak TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index dropped on Monday, extending the previous week's slide as worries about democracy protests in Hong Kong drove up market volatility, pulling down shares of financial and mining companies. Hong Kong protesters defiantly stood their ground in the face of tear gas and police baton charges, while the Communist government in Beijing said it ...





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