Five things to watch in the Canadian business world this week

Here are five stories to watch this week in Canadian business:

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Poloz Talks Trade South of the Border: Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz will be discussing cross-border trade integration and monetary policy when he speaks Monday before Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash. Trade has become a political football in the U.S. election – expect it to be tossed around during the first presidential debate Monday evening.

CEO of OSC Takes Public Stage: On Tuesday in Toronto, Maureen Jensen gives her first keynote address since she became chairwoman and CEO of the Ontario Securities Commission earlier this year. On her watch, the securities watchdog launched Canada’s first paid whistleblower program in its efforts to crack down on white-collar crime.

BlackBerry: The company that birthed the smartphone market releases its second-quarter results Wednesday. Two months ago, the one-time Waterloo, Ont., tech darling launched the DTEK50, which …