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at 10:51 on October 01, 2016, EDT.

California opens pathway for cars that lack steering wheel

California regulators have changed course and opened a pathway for the public to get self-driving cars of the future that lack a steering wheel or pedals.

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at 01:20 on October 01, 2016, EDT.

Petronas says firm is not considering sale of proposed LNG terminal in B.C.

VANCOUVER — The Malaysian state-owned oil firm Petronas denies a report that the company was considering selling its stake in a multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas project in British Columbia.

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at 17:55 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Prairie farmers expected to benefit from global warming by growing corn, soy

BANFF, Alta. — Farmers on the Canadian Prairies are "literally" the only agricultural winners on the planet as a result of global warming, according to an economist studying global food supply.

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at 17:42 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

A look at leading Rogers publications Flare, Maclean's and Chatelaine

TORONTO — Canada's venerable fashion magazine Flare and the news weekly Maclean's are the latest casualties of dwindling print revenues. Rogers Media says it's ending print editions of its slick glossy Flare in the new year, and shifting its long-running newsmagazine to a monthly schedule.

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at 17:20 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Municipal-bond week in review: Yields sag then finish strong

NEW YORK — Yields on municipal and Treasury bonds sagged this week on concerns about the health of Germany's largest bank, before retracing their steps on Friday.

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at 17:14 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Toronto stock market slightly lower as indexes south of the border rally

TORONTO — Gold and materials stocks pushed the Toronto stock market to a slightly lower close Friday, in spite of fresh data showing that the Canadian economy fared better than expected in July.

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