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Lord Black testy on TV

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Residents fume over gas prices

A recent 34-cent hike in the price of gasoline in Churchill, Man., has residents fuming about having to pay the highest price for gasoline in North America. Gas prices at the only gas station in town topped out at $2.

Foreign money vital: Mulroney

Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney says Canada cannot function without foreign investment. He made his remarks just days after Ottawa's surprise rejection of Malaysian state-owned firm Petronas' $6-billion takeover of Progress Energy Resources.

Federal agency restores licence at beef plant

Additional inspectors appointed

CFB Esquimalt falling behind on maintenance

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TSX has steep fall as commodities decline

The Toronto stock market tumbled more than 150 points Tuesday amid sliding commodity prices as U.S. earnings disappointments and a fresh round of worry centred on Europe's debt crisis reminded investors about flagging global growth.

RBC wins bid for Ally Financial

Royal Bank of Canada announced Tuesday that it will pay a net price of $1.4 billion to acquire the Canadian auto finance and deposit business of Ally Financial Inc., which has been selling international assets in order to repay a U.S.

Get your double-double on the double

Tim Hortons has joined other Canadian retailers in adding Interac Flash cards to the number of ways customers can make cashless payments at the counter.

TD acquires Target's U.S. credit cards

Canadian bank continues to buy U.S. portfolios

Interim CEO for ICBC

The Insurance Corporation of B.C. has a new interim president and CEO. Mark Blucher has been serving as a senior vice-president for the public auto insurer.