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 Canada Government News
Tribunal Initiates Inquiry—Certain Carbon and Alloy Steel Line Pipe from China
 The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) today initiated a preliminary injury inquiry into a complaint by Tenaris Canada, of Calgary, Alberta, and Evraz North America Inc., of Regina, Saskatchewan, that they have suffered injury as a result of the dumping and subsidizing of certain carbon and alloy steel line pipe from the People's Republic of China. The Tribunal's inquiry is conducted pursuant to the Special Import Measures Act as a result of the initiation of dumping and subsidizing investigations by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). full story
Last Chance to Experience Northern Lights on Parliament Hill This Summer
 Last Chance to Experience Northern Lights on Parliament Hill This Summer full story
CBSA officers find suspected cocaine at the Toronto Pearson International Airport
 The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced today a significant seizure of over 23 kilograms of suspected cocaine at the Toronto Pearson International Airport. full story
 CFIA Alerts
Food recall warning (Spoilage) - Heinz Pear Green Bean Mango
 Distribution - Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan. Recalling firm - Heinz Canada. full story
Food recall warning - allergy (Anchovy and Wheat) - Nha Trang Deli Inc. brand meat balls and rolls
 Distribution - British Columbia. Recalling firm - Nha Trang Deli Inc. full story
Food Recall Warning - Allergen (milk) - Trader Joe's brand Dark Chocolate Covered Honey Grahams with Sea Salt
 Distribution - British Columbia. Recalling firm - Transilvania Trading. full story
 CBC Top Stories
Extreme house hunting: What some will do to nab a good home
  Kate Whyte house hunting real estate

Classified ads, leafleting, letter writing and door knocking are just some measures that desperate home are resorting to in hot markets like Toronto and Vancouver, where prices are shooting sky-high and supply is running low.

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More than a third of First Nations to lose funding for failing to report finances
  Chief Wallace Fox

Starting today, the federal government will start to cut funding of non-essential services to First Nations bands that have not posted their 2014-15 financial statements.

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GDP figures from Statistics Canada expected to show slide into recession
  CANADA/

Statistics Canada is releasing GDP data today that is expected to show that the country slipped into a technical recession in the second quarter.

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A U.S. border wall would shutter opera house and cause other snarls
  GOP 2016 Walker

A barrier along the Canada-U.S. border — an idea floated in an interview with a Republic presidential hopeful — would be a logistical nightmare, since the boundary runs through homes, airports, farms and even an opera house.

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Michelle Gagnon: Mulcair's NDP still riding the Orange Wave
  FedElxn Mulcair 20150822

One month into the campaign and more than one to go, it’s clear Quebec’s Orange Wave of 2011 was no fluke. And now, in a campaign that’s all about change, Quebecers are opting for continuity.

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Get with the program, Canada! Teach kids how to code
  Children and Computer Science Coding

Britain has become the latest country to start teaching computer coding in primary schools, on the assumption that tomorrow's workers need to know more tech than merely checking their Facebook feed. Why is Canada ignoring this trend?

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Bangkok bombings: PM says main suspect arrested
  Thailand Explosion

Thailand's prime minister says authorities have arrested a man they believe is the main suspect in a bombing at a shrine in central Bangkok two weeks ago that killed 20 people.

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Harper becomes label averse as GDP numbers could indicate technical recession
  FedElxn Conservatives 20150831

Where Stephen Harper seemed to be a big fan of repeatedly pounding home the politically charged deficit word with Justin Trudeau, he now has become label averse when it comes to describing Canada's overall economy and possible technical recession.

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 CBC Business
GDP figures from Statistics Canada expected to show slide into recession
  CANADA/

Statistics Canada is releasing GDP data today that is expected to show that the country slipped into a technical recession in the second quarter.

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House hunters make personal pleas in hot markets
  Kate Whyte house hunting real estate

Classified ads, leafleting, letter writing and door knocking are just some measures that desperate home are resorting to in hot markets like Toronto and Vancouver, where prices are shooting sky-high and supply is running low.

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Penn West cuts 400 jobs
  Oil Prices Environment

Penn West Petroleum Ltd. is cutting its workforce by 400 full-time employees and contractors, with most of the cuts coming at the company's head office in Calgary.

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Back to school: Canada lagging in push to teach kids computer coding
  Children and Computer Science Coding

Britain has become the latest country to start teaching computer coding in primary schools, on the assumption that tomorrow's workers need to know more tech than merely checking their Facebook feed. Why is Canada ignoring this trend?

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U.S. border wall floated by Scott Walker would be logistical nightmare
  GOP 2016 Walker

A barrier along the Canada-U.S. border — an idea floated in an interview with a Republic presidential hopeful — would be a logistical nightmare, since the boundary runs through homes, airports, farms and even an opera house.

 full story
Oil price up over $49 US as EIA shows less crude being pumped south of border
  hi-oil-pumpjack852-cp036584

The price of North America's dominant blend of oil jumps by almost 10 per cent in less than two hours to trade above $49 US a barrel for the first time in a month.

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