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Mill Street loses indie appeal with Labatt takeover, gains access to new customers
Mill Street Brewery's takeover by the world's largest beer conglomerate will bring craft beer to new customers across Canada even as it damages the Toronto-based brand's indie appeal among local beer aficionados.
Craft beer growing in popularity  CTV News
Labatt gains organic capacity with Mill St.  London Free Press
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Bombardier in talks with North American airlines on C Series jet orders
Canada's Bombardier Inc. said on Friday it is in advanced discussions to sell its new C Series jet to airlines in North America, without identifying the prospective buyers.
Bombardier, Inc. Plummets Yet Again. Will China Come to the Rescue?  The Motley Fool Canada
Bombardier says in talks with North American airlines on CSeries jet orders  TODAYonline
Unemployment rate remains steady in September
The rate stayed at 5.5 per cent, the same as August when it dropped from 6.4 per cent in July. Approximately 39,200 people were employed in the region this September.
Jobless rate up despite boost in part-time workers  Waterloo Record
Canada's unemployment rate rises to 7.1 per cent as election approaches  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Hydro One shares expected to fall between $19 and $21 for IPO
TORONTO -- Ontario's Liberal government says it expects to raise $1.7 billion from the initial public offering of 15 per cent of Hydro One.
Ontario advances Hydro One IPO despite recent investor skittishness  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Hydro One shares to go for between $19 and $21  Toronto Star
Venue dismisses all parking attendants, says $1 million missing
An Edmonton not-for-profit venue laid off its entire fleet of parking attendants without cause earlier this week, after it said more than $1-million of revenue was unaccounted for.
Cashiers laid off after parking fees stolen  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
How Edmonton's Northlands discovered it was losing up to $100K a month ...  MetroNews Canada
Judge sides with U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel Canada has been given the go-ahead by a Toronto judge to hold back millions of dollars in pension benefit and municipal tax payments as it severs itself from American parent U.S.
US Steel moves closer to separating from Canadian operation  Montreal Gazette
Canadian Court Approves US Steel's Canadian Unit Separation  Wall Street Journal
Election campaign promises made to date
OTTAWA - A running list of promises made by the federal political leaders since the election campaign began Aug. 2: Conservatives.
Economy, Trade and Jobs  CTV News
Tories look to Australia for solution to foreign buyer issue
VICTORIA - A re-elected Conservative government would consider an Australia-style ban on foreign investors who wish to purchase existing residential housing in red-hot markets like Metro Vancouver.
B.C. premier says she doubts foreigners distort Vancouver housing market  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Senator asks EPA to stop Montreal sewage-dumping plan
ISSUE: More than 2 billion gallons of raw sewage is to be dumped into St. Lawrence River starting Oct. 18. Story. Print: Create a hardcopy of this page; Font Size: Default font size: Larger font size.
Senator seeks Canadian cooperation in stopping pollution of St. Lawrence River
Dan Delmar: Conservative stances on Montreal sewage and the niqab show ...  Montreal Gazette
Launch next phase of reforms for faster growth, IMF to India
LIMA: With India's growth rate projected to drop slightly from 7.5 per cent to 7.3 per cent in 2015, the IMF on Saturday recommended the country to launch next phase of economic reforms and improve its business climate for achieving faster and more ...
World finance leaders upbeat on China, may be ignoring risks  Reuters
Britain's recovery will slow this year, warns George Osborne