PRESS DIGEST- Canada - Dec 22

Mon Dec 22, 2014 5:37am EST
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Dec 22 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.


** Dave McKay, chief executive of Royal Bank of Canada , believes his bank's earnings per share can still grow by 7 per cent next year despite plummeting oil prices and other lenders, such as Toronto-Dominion Bank,trimming down their short-term profit forecasts. The root of this optimism: The reawakening of the U.S. consumer. (

** Toronto Mayor John Tory predicts 2015 will be the year leaders of Canada's largest cities find common cause and a receptive audience for their message at other levels of government. Tory, who took office this month promising a new era of consensus-building, sees that mandate extending beyond city hall to his peers in other cities. (

** The U.S. border agency said that a Canadian man was shot after allegedly pointing a handgun at guards at the Ambassador Bridge crossing between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit. (

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