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first_imgDavid Clanachan, president of the CPL, and Jeff Hunt, a Canadian sports figure, also participated in the act of welcoming Atlético, who in his adventure in Ottawa He will play his matches at TD Place Stadium. In addition, he released his accounts on social networks, @Atleti_Ottawa. As an anecdote, the mayor of Ottawa designated February 11 as ‘Athletic Day’. In addition, the new club officially announced that its coach will be Mista, former player of Atlético himself and Valencia among others. The team will start competing in April. Atlético Ottawa is already a reality and in the capital of Canada they celebrate it. ANDMayor Jim Watson made an official reception for the club rojiblanco, whose delegation was headed by CEO Gil Marín, accompanied by Fernando López, responsible for international expansion. Atlético has bought a license to compete in the Canadian Premier League, which will begin its second edition in April.last_img read more

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first_imgMore than 1,000 Letterkenny people have signed a petition supporting the establishment of sub-post offices in the Gortlee and Glencar areas of the town.The petition is being organised by Cllr Jimmy Harte, Labour Party General Election candidate, and has been running for the past month.Signatures have been collected at doorsteps in Gortlee and Glencar, while several premises in those areas have also been running the petitions.The petition is part of an ongoing campaign by Cllr Harte to improve the level of service An Post provides to people living in Letterkenny and the surrounding areas.He says it is completely unacceptable that people are being forced to queue for long periods outside the Main Street facility and has mooted the idea of establishing sub-post offices in outlying areas which he said could enhance the Main Street service.Another option is to boost existing services in the Main Street.He added that the level of support for sub-post offices is indicative of demand for increased services among local people, and said it is now incumbent on An Post to make a decision on the issue.He now intends to present the petition to An Post next week and he said he hopes it will force them into action.“Our feedback is that people are frustrated and the staff are frustrated with the ongoing situation. The post office is an integral part of the town centre but unless An Post make a decision the the ongoing situation in the Main Street premises, with queues most days of the week, unacceptable.“But what our team is hearing at the doors, and my own feeling on it for years, is that An Post have been dragging this issue out and the people who are suffering are staff on the Main Street, and the public.“An Post have been given the job of providing services for the public and they are failing miserably in this. Both staff and the public are caught in a situation of An Post’s lack of decision-making and scant regard for both staff and public.“Maybe this petition will get them to make a decision on increased services on the Main Street – either by increasing staff to provide more service, or by including automation for other services – or by providing sub post offices in the outlying areas.“The public are concerned with the current situation and it has been dragging on for years. It is not edifying to see pensioners and mothers with pushchairs standing in the rain just to collect a payment or send a package. By present An Post with these 1,000 signatures I hope they will be motivated to act and we can put an end to the situation as soon as possible.,” he added.EndsMORE THAN 1,000 SIGN PETITION FOR NEW LETTERKENNY POST OFFICE was last modified: February 3rd, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img More At RBC, total loans rose around 9 per cent, while at TD, they rose 3 per cent, with all home, personal and business loans showing growth.Smaller bank Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, which reported its second-quarter results on Wednesday, posted negligible growth in total loans. Its residential mortgage loans fell.Net income at RBC’s personal and commercial banking division, which provides loans and other financial products across Canada, rose 6 per cent from a year earlier, while TD’s domestic retail banking income rose 5.6 per cent.Trading rose at RBC on “improved market conditions and increased client activity,” while at TD, the overall trading fell due to “challenging market conditions and reduced client activity.” CIBC says drop in big-city mortgage markets has been larger and longer than expected CMHC says Canadians’ debt levels hit record highs even while mortgage growth slowed The Bank of Canada is pushing a private mortgage-backed securities market — but is anybody buying? Markets trading was the only bright spot at CIBC.Top U.S. investment banks reported huge losses from equities trading in the most recent quarter as tepid markets, due to the U.S.-China trade war, crimped activity.RBC’s adjusted net income available to shareholders rose 6 per cent to $3.16 billion, or $2.23 per share, beating analysts’ estimates of $2.21 per share, according to Refinitiv IBES data.TD’s net income, excluding special items, rose 6.7 per cent to $3.27 billion, or $1.75 per share, ahead of analysts’ estimates of C$1.67 per share, according to Refinitiv IBES data.Smaller rival CIBC on Wednesday missed quarterly profit estimates. © Thomson Reuters 2019 Related Stories May 23, 20198:54 AM EDT Filed under News FP Street Facebook advertisement Twitter Share this storyRoyal Bank of Canada, TD Bank beat expectations, powered by loan growth Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Reddit Sponsored By: RBC hunts for bigger deals with U.S. investment-banking push What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Royal Bank of Canada, TD Bank beat expectations, powered by loan growth Higher interest rates also a boostcenter_img Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto-Dominion Bank beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly profits on ThursdayFile Photo Comment 0 Comments What the spring real estate market will tell Canadian banks about their whole year Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto-Dominion Bank beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly profits on Thursday, as strong loan growth bolstered their retail banking businesses and interest income.Higher interest rates in Canada and the United States also gave a boost to net interest margins at Canada’s two biggest banks, as they earned more from loans than they paid out on deposits.Since July 2017, the Central Bank of Canada has raised key interest rates five times, while the U.S. Federal Reserve has increased rates six times. Banks face fresh wave of skepticism on fears loan losses will grow Join the conversation → Email Featured Stories Reuters ← Previous Next →last_img read more

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