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Hudson's Bay inks $1.25 billion debt refinancing deal
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian department store operator Hudson's Bay Co (HBC.TO: Quote) outlined a $1.25 billion refinancing plan on Monday, in a move to reduce interest payments on debt taken on when it acquired U.S.
Saks Fifth Avenue Flagship Valued at $3.7 Billion For Loan  Wall Street Journal
HBC takes out 20-year mortgage on Saks Fifth Avenue store in New York  Times Colonist
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Toronto's financial district is pictured December 30, 2011. THE CANADIAN ...
TORONTO - Energy stocks helped pull the Toronto stock market lower as oil prices retreated ahead of a key meeting by the OPEC cartel later this week.
Loonie slips after solid advance; traders look to Canadian, US GDP data  The Globe and Mail
Traders look ahead to economic data  Regina Leader-Post
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Ivanhoe Cambridge buys Seattle properties for $280 million
Ivanhoe Cambridge Inc., the real estate division of Canadian pension plan Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec, and joint venture partner Callahan Capital Properties bought two adjoining office properties in Seattle for $280 million.
Ivanhoe Venture Buys Seattle Properties for $280 Million  Businessweek
Ivanho� Cambridge acquires two office properties in downtown Seattle
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Onex to Invest in AIT
TORONTO, ONTARIO, Nov 24, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Onex Corporation ("Onex") (OCX) today announced an investment in Advanced Integration Technology ("AIT"), a leading provider of automation and tooling, maintenance services and aircraft ...
Onex to Pay Up to $4.64 Billion for Swiss Packaging Firm SIG Combibloc  New York Times
Onex expands in Europe with up to $4.7-billion purchase of packaging maker SIG  Financial Post
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US STOCKS-Wall St surges to new records, boosted by cyclicals
NEW YORK, Nov 24 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with major indexes hitting fresh records on the back of multiple merger deals and hopes that China will take further accommodative monetary policy action.
What you need to know before markets open  Montreal Gazette
US Stock Futures Advance in Wake of Global Markets  Wall Street Journal
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Agribition kicks off Monday in Regina
Visitors from around the world are descending on Regina as the Canadian Western Agribition gets underway Monday at Evraz Place. More than 125,000 visitors are expected at the 44th installment of the livestock and trade show.
Livestock, bull riders and now knights at Agribition
Agribition kicks off in the Queen City today
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Girl, 11, nabbed in BC Kinder Morgan pipeline protest
Kate Fink-Jensen (right), 11, crossed the injunction line on Burnaby Mountain Sunday during protest of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Kinder Morgan protester: The RCMP were kind and civil as they arrested me on ...  The Vancouver Observer
More arrests at B.C. pipeline protest, including 11-year-old girl (registration)
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Canada's tax, transfer system needs rethink amid growing inequality: study
Canadian policy makers will have to consciously �lean against� income inequality to avert following the United States down the path of widening disparities, a bank study to be released Monday says.
Income inequality is killing thousands of Canadians every year  Toronto Star
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Workplace safety board still rewards dangerous employers
A flawed workplace insurance program exposed in 2008 for giving rebates to dangerous employers is still handing out the cash rewards, a new report by the Ontario Federation of Labour has found.
Unsafe companies being rebated millions of dollars by WSIB: OFL report  Canadian Occupational Safety
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Regina city council to consider pension agreement
Regina city council will consider an agreement Monday night that aims to keep the deficit-saddled civic pension plan afloat. If council approves the joint proposal in principle, it will be put to the city's pension and benefits committee for a vote on Wednesday.
Council mulls pension plan  Regina Leader-Post
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