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Oil prices tumble after OPEC refrains from cuts
A pedestrian looks at an electronic board showing Japan's Nikkei average (top 2nd from L) and various stock prices outside a brokerage in Tokyo November 11, 2014.
Brent Crude Trades Near Four-Year Low as OPEC Targets U.S. Shale  Bloomberg
Asian shares wither on OPEC decision  Hindu Business Line
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Work stoppage will also delay Tembec's boiler project
In response to Unifor Local 233's decision to go on strike effective Nov. 26, Tembec has ceased operations at its Temiscaming, Quebec industrial complex, which comprises four main facilities manufacturing specialty pulp, high-yield pulp, multi-ply coated ...
Tembec production halted due to strike at Temiscaming lumber mill  Market Business News
Tembec halts production at Temiscaming lumber mill after strike  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
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Canada Posts Narrowest Current Account Deficit Since 2008
Canada's current account deficit was the narrowest since 2008 in the third quarter as non-energy exports increased and deficits in investment and tourism declined.
Canada's third-quarter current account deficit shrinks to $8.4-billion  The Globe and Mail
Canada's current account deficit smallest in six years  Market Business News
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Bell says positive employee-planted reviews will stop, but critics unsure
Bell Canada says it has warned employees to stop planting glowing, five-star reviews about a Bell app on Apple's iTunes. But some critics aren't convinced the solution is so simple.
Glowing online reviews for Bell smartphone app were written by Bell employees
Bell Employees Planted Glowing Online Reviews Of New Bell App  Huffington Post Canada
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Rio Tinto to keep progressive dividend
Rio Tinto, one of the world's largest producers of iron ore, has opted to keep lifting dividends in a bid to keep investors sweet after it rebuffed a takeover approach earlier this year from commodities trading house Glencore.
Rio Tinto bets big on Diavik diamond mine  The Globe and Mail
Rio Tinto promises big returns in February despite iron ore rout  Reuters Africa
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Lower energy, metal prices to mask export volume growth in 2015, EDC says
Falling energy and metal prices will mask healthy Canadian export volumes next year, Export Development Canada's chief economist said Thursday.
Lower prices mask strong export growth: EDC  Stockhouse
Quebec exports to jump 9% in 2015: EDC economist  Montreal Gazette
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Kinder Morgan loses bid to extend injunction
An application by Kinder Morgan to extend an injunction keeping protesters away from two drilling sites on Burnaby Mountain was rejected by the B.C.
Kinder Morgan loses bid to extend injunction against Canada protesters  Reuters Canada
Civil contempt charges dropped against BC pipeline protesters  Toronto Star
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Wine merchants warn of skyrocketing costs under new pricing scheme (with video)
A $40 bottle of wine in B.C. will cost as much as $56 next year if the province goes ahead with a new wholesale pricing system. That was the warning Wednesday from Vancouver wine industry lawyer Mark Hicken, who feels the wholesale price model that ...
Wine merchants warn of skyrocketing costs under new pricing scheme  Times Colonist
Cost of wine under new B.C. liquor laws could skyrocket
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Confidence returns to CIBC as retail rethink takes hold
It has been a long road to redemption for Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, but the lender's retail banking revamp is finally bearing fruit.
Marketing gets personal at CIBC with big data push
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Finance minister says low oil prices have been considered in forecasts
Finance Minister Joe Oliver says the federal government has already considered the dramatic slide in oil prices in its fiscal forecasts.
Oil price loss seen as gain for consumers: 'What is saved at the pumps ...  Financial Post
Finance Minister Joe Oliver on crafting an election-winning budget  The Globe and Mail
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