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Canadian dollar drops to lowest level since March, below 75 cents US
The Canadian dollar traded below 75 cents US Friday, for the first time since March. The almost one-cent drop comes partly because of signals from the Bank of Canada - although the central bank is likely fine with a lower loonie.
Canadian dollar takes a dive as weak economic data points to possible rate cut  BNN
Inflation rate up 1.3 per cent in September: StatsCan
Waterloo Record  
Ottawa proposes sweeping changes to spread mortgage risks
Ottawa has unveiled plans to introduce a deductible into Canada's taxpayer-back mortgage insurance system, a move that could force the country's financial institutions to shoulder more of the risks of the hot housing market.
Ottawa floats changes to mortgage default risk system
Ottawa floats changes to mortgage default rules, targets banks with risk ...  Financial Post
Ottawa pledges long-term support for Bombardier's growth
The Canadian government is backing Bombardier Inc. in its effort to restructure its business and rebuild profitability, taking a long-term view of the plane maker's growth prospects as it weighs an investment request from the company worth $1-billion ...
Quebec still optimistic for CSeries despite Bombardier job cuts
Bombardier layoffs a symptom of Canada's failure to stay competitive ...
Crude rally may clinch Canada top stock market status in 2016
Getty ImagesA year after commodities producers dragged the S&P/TSX Composite Index to its worst result since the financial crisis, companies that mine metals and produce oil and gas have fueled a 14 per cent surge in the benchmark for Canadian equity ...
Loonie takes a dive on news of setback in Canada's quest for EU trade deal  CTV News
TSX rises to 16-month high, led by resource shares  Reuters Canada
City staff recommend against Toronto hosting Expo 2025
It will take a minimum of seven years, starting in 2017 at the earliest, to flood-protect the Port Lands and reroute the Don River.
Toronto city council shouldn't back a bid for World Expo 2025, says ...
Expo 2025 bid garners wide support but city staff says it's risky  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Ontario to import Quebec electricity annually under 7-year deal
TORONTO -- Ontario will import enough electricity from Quebec to power a city of more than 200,000 people under a seven-year agreement signed Friday, but the provinces won't say how much Ontario is paying Hydro Quebec.
Ontario signs deal for electricity from Quebec in bid to defuse anger over ...  Toronto Star
Ontario and Qu�bec Working Together to Drive Economic Growth  Government of Ontario News
Husky Energy wants more time for report after pipeline leak in Saskatchewan
Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst with En-Pro International, joins BNN for a look at gasoline prices. Add to Playlist. Related Video.
Husky Energy granted 30-day extension to file report on cause of oil spill
Woman throws pumpkin seeds at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to protest pipelines  660 News
Gardiner Expressway closed this weekend
City crews are shutting down the Gardiner Expressway this weekend for their annual fall maintenance. The highway will be closed from Carlaw Avenue to Highway 427 starting at 11 p.m.
Weekend closures ahead for Gardiner, subway  Toronto Star
Gardiner Expressway will be closed this weekend for maintenance  CTV News
6 hospitalized after 'excess of carbon monoxide' detected in Edmonton townhouse
WATCH ABOVE: A problem with an old furnace sent several people to hospital Friday morning. Sarah Kraus has the details from south Edmonton.
Subsidized homes to be inspected after CO leak sends family of 6 to hospital
Emergency crews called to townhouse, seven suffer carbon monoxide poisoning  CTV News
Ottawa not ruling out helping newspaper industry: M�lanie Joly
The federal government isn't ruling out offering financial support to the struggling newspaper industry, Heritage Minister Melanie Joly said Friday.
Heritage minister has not ruled out helping newspaper industry  Hamilton Spectator