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TransCanada formally applies to NEB for Energy East pipeline approval
ON MOBILE? Watch TransCanada's press conference here. TransCanada has officially filed for government approval for the $12 billion Energy East pipeline project with the National Energy Board.
TransCanada Corp.'s submits 30000-page application for Energy East pipeline  Financial Post
TransCanada files application to NEB for Energy East crude pipeline  Calgary Herald
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TSX drops as Goldcorp plunges on results, bullion selloff
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was lower on Thursday as Goldcorp Inc dived after it reported disappointing quarterly results and got hit, along with other gold miners, by a drop in the bullion price fueled by positive U.S.
Canada Stocks Fall a 2nd Day as Earnings, Price Weigh on Gold  Businessweek
TSX lower amid falling gold prices, heavy slate of earnings, solid U.S. growth  Financial Post
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Bombardier puts Russian turboprop assembly plans on ice due to political unrest
MONTREAL - Bombardier is suspending negotiations on a $3.4 billion project proposal to assemble turboprop aircraft in Russia due to the country's political situation and weak economy.
Bombardier Profit Falls, But Beats Analysts' Estimates  Wall Street Journal
Bombardier third-quarter profit tops estimates as plane deliveries jump  Reuters
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Oil Price Slump Unbalances Majors' Budgets
Gasoline prices are shown at a Shell gas station in Encinitas, California. As the price of oil falls, major oil companies will find it increasingly important to trim investment and costs.
Poll: Oil prices to sit low for another two years  Toronto Sun
Falling Crude Prices Reveal The Flaw Of 'Energy Independence'  Forbes
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Tim Hortons-Burger King merger could cost Canada jobs and taxes says think-tank
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives says it fears massive layoffs and strict cost cutting at Tim Hortons when Burger King's parent company takes over the iconic coffee and doughnut chain.
'Painful changes' await Tim Hortons under new owners: report  Globalnews.ca
Tim Hortons-Burger King Deal Could Lead To Layoffs, Cost Cutting: Analysis  Huffington Post Canada
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Residents of Emerson forced out by August train derailment weigh in on new rail ...
The federal government has unveiled a new set of rules aimed at improving rail safety in Canada. They include tougher hand brake requirements, more Transport Canada staff to do audits, more research on crude oil properties and a requirement that rail ...
New rail safety rules a good start  Moose Jaw Times-Herald
Getting the trains back on track  The Globe and Mail
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UPDATE 2-Goldcorp results lag expectations, stock drops
(Recasts with results missing expectations, analyst comments, stock price). TORONTO Oct 30 (Reuters) - Goldcorp Inc, the world's biggest gold producer by market value, reported lower-than-expected adjusted earnings on Thursday as production lagged ...
Goldcorp stock falls on weaker-than-expected Q3 results  Financial Post
Goldcorp results lag expectations, stock drops  Reuters Canada
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From west to east, a look at projected house price gains across Canada
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. has released a new report with everything you could possibly want to know about projected sales and prices across the country, forecasting a �steady� showing nationwide next year, followed by �some moderation� in ...
CMHC Switches to Predict Rising 2015 Canada Home Starts  Businessweek
Steady as she goes for Canadian housing market in 2015, says CMHC  Financial Post
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STM delaying replacement of second-generation metro cars
The STM is replacing the oldest cars in its fleet, but the second-generation metro cars will have to keep running until 2036. The Montreal transit agency said it cannot afford to replace the MR-73 cars which came into service between 1976 and 1980.
Montreal delaying replacement subway cars  CanadianManufacturing.com
The Story So Far: Orange line cars to be used till 2036/More abuse claims ...  Montreal Gazette
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Alberta and B.C. to lead Christmas shopping growth
CALGARY - A new report released Thursday by EY says Alberta and British Columbia will continue to show the strongest sales results during the Christmas shopping period this year.
Canadian shoppers expected to rein in spending this season: survey  CTV News
Retailers face 'Bah Humbug' festive season as consumers tighten wallets  The Globe and Mail
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