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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
The Globe and Mail  
The close: TSX continues rise as energy rally persists
Canadian stocks extended a rally to a fifth day and logged the best week since March as energy shares and banks advanced on signs inflation is picking up.
TSX rises to 16-month high, led by resource shares  Reuters Canada
Stockhouse @ the Bell: U.S. markets mixed in choppy trading  Stockhouse
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 ...
Bombardier layoffs a symptom of Canada's failure to stay competitive ...
'Everyone understands this is what we need to do': Bombardier CEO ...  BNN
QuickFacts: Some of the details about the proposed Canada-EU trade deal
OTTAWA -- The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union, also known as CETA, appears to be close to foundering on the objections of a small region of Belgium.
The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories  MetroNews Canada
Editorial: A trade deal worth saving  Ottawa Citizen
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.
Expo 2025 bid garners wide support but city staff says it's risky  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Toronto city council shouldn't back a bid for World Expo 2025, says ...
Newspaper industry may get help from Ottawa: 'Everything is on the table'
MONTREAL -- The federal government isn't ruling out offering financial support to the struggling newspaper industry, Heritage Minister Melanie Joly said Friday.
Heritage minister says Ottawa not ruling out helping newspaper industry
Concordia International Corp. Announces CEO Transition Plan
OAKVILLE, ON, Oct. 21, 2016 /CNW/ - Concordia International Corp. ("Concordia" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: CXRX) (TSX: CXR) today announced that Mark L. Thompson will step down as Chief Executive Officer of the Company following the appointment ...
Canadian drug maker Concordia says CEO to step down  The Globe and Mail
Concordia International CEO Mark Thompson stepping down  BNN
Husky Energy granted 30-day extension to file report on cause of oil spill
The government of Saskatchewan has given Husky Energy a 30-day extension to file its report on the cause of the oil spill that dumped more than 200,000 litres of oil into the North Saskatchewan River in July.
Husky Energy wants more time for report after pipeline leak in Saskatchewan  BNN
Husky Energy report does not identify cause of July 20 pipeline spill ...  Calgary Herald
New Terwillegar Park Footbridge opens up Edmonton's river valley [Photos]
The blue ribbon strung across the new Terwillegar Park Footbridge had not even been cut when a party of eager hikers crossed from the other end to watch the grand opening Friday.
Terwillegar footbridge opens in southwest Edmonton
'Fantastic' Terwillegar footbridge opens in river valley