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Rogers, Vice Media strike $100M deal to create Canadian content
Rogers Communications continues to build its digital presence with a new $100-million partnership with Vice Media that will create Canadian content.
Vice Media teams up with Canada's Rogers to build Toronto studio  Reuters
Video: Rogers & Vice Media team up to create Toronto production facility ...  680 News
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Canada Stocks Fall a 2nd Day as Earnings, Price Weigh on Gold
Canadian stocks fell a second day as investors weighed worse-than-expected earnings from companies including Bombardier Inc. and Goldcorp Inc. as gold producers plunged to an 11-year low.
TSX lower amid falling gold prices, heavy slate of earnings, solid U.S. growth  Financial Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX opens lower as gold miners fall after US data  Reuters
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TransCanada seeks approval for Energy East pipeline
After numerous delays, TransCanada has finally filed for regulatory approval of its ambitious $12-billion Energy East project which, if approved, would be the longest and largest oil pipeline in North America.
UPDATE 1-TransCanada seeks approval for Energy East pipeline  Reuters
Energy East a 'nation-building project,' Prentice says  Edmonton Journal
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US Treasury Prices Mixed After Growth Data
Treasury prices across different maturities were mixed Thursday despite an upbeat reading on growth last quarter that backs up the Federal Reserve's latest assessment of the U.S.
At midday: TSX drops as Goldcorp plunges on results, bullion selloff  The Globe and Mail
Greenback Strengthens As Fed Ends Bond-Buying Scheme  Forbes
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UPDATE 3-Bombardier 3rd-qtr profit tops estimates as plane deliveries jump
... * Q3 adjusted profit $0.12/shr vs est $0.09/shr. * Q3 revenue up 21 pct to $4.91 bln vs est $4.81 bln. * Q3 profit cut in half on charge for job cuts.
Bombardier's Russia venture put on hold  The Globe and Mail
Bombardier puts Russian turboprop assembly plans on ice due to political unrest  Montreal Gazette
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Protesters block Kinder Morgan survey crews on Burnaby Mountain (with video)
Angry protesters stopped crews from conducting pipeline survey work on Burnaby Mountain Wednesday, forcing the company to reassess how it will finish work needed for a National Energy Board decision.
Video: Burnaby protesters try to stop Kinder Morgan pipeline work  Vancouver Sun
Protesters stop Kinder Morgan pipeline survey on Burnaby Mountain  Times Colonist
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Tim Hortons takeover by Burger King may be bad for Canada: study
Tim Hortons could face widespread layoffs and strict cost cutting measures if Burger King's parent company takes over the chain, says a study from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
'Painful changes' await Tim Hortons under new owners: report
Tim Hortons-Burger King merger could cost Canada jobs and taxes says think-tank  Hamilton Spectator
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UPDATE 1-Suncor to regularly consider shipping Western Canada crude overseas
(Adds details on crude shipments, quote). By Nia Williams. CALGARY, Alberta Oct 30 (Reuters) - Suncor Energy Inc will look regularly at the economics of shipping Western Canadian crude from the country's East Coast to markets overseas, Chief Executive ...
Is oil sands development still worth it?  The Globe and Mail
Suncor Quarterly Profit Shrinks as Crude-Oil Price Falls  Bloomberg
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Thomson Reuters has no plans to step back into 'M&A game'
Thomson Reuters Corp. has no plans to start making large acquisitions again, even though its business has stabilized and its crucial division that sells products to financial professionals is showing improvement.
Thomson Reuters profit down 12%  MarketWatch
Thomson Reuters financial products sales improve  Daily Mail
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Home News World New set of rail safety rules announced in wake of...
Transport Minister Lisa Raitt answers a question during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Wednesday.
New rail safety rules a good start  Moose Jaw Times-Herald
Feds roll out new rules after rail disaster  Brandon Sun
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