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Saudi Arabia unlikely to push for big production change
Saudi Arabia, Opec's leader and largest producer, has signalled it will not push for a big change in production targets as the oil cartel prepares for its meeting on Thursday.
WTI Oil Trades Near 4-Year Low as OPEC Sends Mixed Signal  Businessweek
Weak Commodity Prices Might Take A Toll On Seadrill (SDRL)  Seeking Alpha
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Canada's oil boom takes toll on cowboys, propels beef prices
There's been a lot of attention paid to how Canada's oil boom has helped make gasoline cheaper. What many people may not realize is that the boom is also driving up the prices they pay for burgers and steaks.
Oil boom ropes in cowboys, leaving cattle ranches in the lurch  The Age
Oil boom leaves Canada short of cowboys  HeraldNet
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Alimentation Couche-Tard announces its results for its first quarter of fiscal year ...
For its second quarter of fiscal 2015 ended October 12, 2014 , Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. announces net earnings of $286.4 million , up 24.6% over the second quarter of fiscal year 2014 and representing $0.50 per share on a diluted basis.
Alimentation's (ANCUF) CEO Brian Hannasch on Q2 2015 Results - Earnings ...  Seeking Alpha
Alimentation Couche-Tard to test European private label coffee program in ...  660 News
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Quebec fashion retailer Simons has ambitious designs on the rest of Canada
When La Maison Simons, the venerable Quebec-based department-store chain, opened its outpost in West Edmonton Mall two years ago, it was the company's first store outside its home province.
Quebec-based Simons to open five stores in Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga ...  Financial Post
Quebec-based Simons to open new stores in BC, Alberta and Ontario into 2017  Montreal Gazette
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CANADA STOCKS-Futures point to higher opening for TSX
Nov 26 (Reuters) - Stock futures pointed to a higher start for Canada's main stock index on Wednesday, with December futures on the S&P TSX index up 0.11 percent at 7.30 a.m.
Retail sales, US data lift TSX  Toronto Star
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises as gold miners jump, US data supports  Reuters
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Home ownership became slightly more affordable in third quarter, says RBC
TORONTO - Home ownership became more affordable in Canada in the third quarter despite a broad spike in home prices, according to the latest survey by RBC Economics.
Ontario's housing market still shows strength as affordability slightly ...  Digital Journal
RBC - Royal Bank of Canada: Home ownership in Canada becomes slightly ...  The Wall Street Transcript
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Small-cap stocks to watch: Reitmans to shutter Smart Set stores
Reitmans (Canada) Ltd. announced it will close its 107 Smart Set stores over the next 12 to 18 months. "Despite some improvements in the performance of the Smart Set banner, management has determined that its optimum strategy to improve its operating ...
Reitmans shutting down Smart Set stores, refocus on its other brands  Calgary Herald
Reitmans to shut down failing Smart Set banner  Toronto Star
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Canada 'concerned' as Buy America rules applied to BC ferry build
VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The Canadian government said on Tuesday it is "deeply concerned" by a State of Alaska effort to apply 'Buy America' rules to a ferry terminal being built in a remote northern British Columbia port town.
BC to Alaska ferry hits 'Buy America' snag in construction plans  CTV News
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FOREX-Australian dollar slides to 4-year low against greenback
LONDON Nov 26 (Reuters) - The Australian dollar hit a four-year low against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday ahead of a clutch of data likely to prove crucial for the immediate prospects of a handful of other currencies against the greenback.
ECB outlook lifts Europe shares, Australian dollar sags  Yahoo! Maktoob News
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Surprising study claims most Canadians actually enjoy their commute
TORONTO -- Canadians actually enjoy their commute and find it relaxing. That's the conclusion of a study released by Toronto ad agency Bensimon Byrne -- a finding that runs contrary to the popular vision of commuters as harried and fed up, if not enraged.
Canadians 'relax and rest' during their commute says survey  News1130
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