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TSX closes in the red amid falling gold and oil prices, shortened trading week
Getty ImagesBuying sentiment on Wall Street got a big lift last week after the U.S. Federal Reserve said that it will be �patient� in deciding when to hike interest rates.
S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canadian Indices  MarketWatch
Toronto Stocks Close Lower  Wall Street Journal
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Santander, Canadian Pension Funds Confirm Venture
Banco Santander S.A. confirmed that it will transfer some renewable energy and water infrastructure assets to a joint venture with Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Public Sector Pension Investment Board.
Teachers, PSP partner with Spanish bank on energy, water infrastructure assets  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canada Pension Funds to Invest in Santander Energy, Water Assets  Bloomberg
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Private equity investors have global vision for DBRS
The U.S. private equity heavyweights set to take over DBRS Inc. have set their sights on international growth for the Canadian credit rating agency.
DBRS's new owners face era of greater scrutiny for ratings agencies  Financial Post
Dominion Bond Rating bought by U.S. firms  Waterloo Record
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Federal deficit expands to $3.6B as family tax cuts eat into revenues
The federal government's monthly deficit expanded to $3.2 billion in October, about $700 million higher than the same month a year ago.
Canada's Budget Deficit Widens on Tax-Relief Measures  Wall Street Journal
Canada budget deficit rises in October on tax cuts  Reuters Canada
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Encana sells Western Canadian Montney assets to Veresen and KKR
Encana Corp. is selling gas pipeline and processing assets in Western Canada's Montney region to Veresen Inc. and KKR & Co.
Encana to sell some natural gas facilities in British Columbia  Reuters
Veresen, KKR Form $4.3 Billion Pipe Venture in British Columbia  Businessweek
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Hundreds of employees gather to say goodbye to Kellogg's plant
It is a sad start to the holiday season for hundreds of former employees at the Kellogg's plant. Monday morning the company held a final gathering inside the plant before locking the gates for good after more than a century.
Kellogg plant in Ontario closes  Food Dive
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Average wage up 2.8% to $942 for Canadians on a payroll
Average weekly earnings in Canada grew 2.8 per cent in the year to October, to an average of $942 a week, according to Statistics Canada.
Manitoba drops 10900 payroll employees from October 2013  Winnipeg Free Press
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CTrain service to south disrupted by mechanical problem
Commuters who live in the south end of the city will have to board shuttle buses for part of the trip on Monday night after a mechanical fault in the power distribution system knocked out CTrain service.
Shuttles to transport CTrain passengers between closed stations  CBC.ca
More service disruptions for southeast CTrain riders  660 News
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Charges approved in fuel spill
The BC government and a fuel-service company are facing allegations under the Fisheries Act in a rare prosecution launched by a member of the public.
Charges filed by resident approved in 30000 litre Slocan Valley jet fuel spill  mysask.com
Marilyn Burgoon gets private charge approved following Slocan fuel spill  CBC.ca
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Bellatrix defers gas plant, Cardium drilling in 2015 budget
Calgary intermediate Bellatrix Exploration Ltd. is chopping its budget for the second time in three weeks, dropping what was a $450-million capital plan to $300 million in view of continuing commodity price erosion.
Bellatrix delays Phase 2 of Alberta gas plant  Toronto Star
Bellatrix delays Phase 2 of Alberta gas plant, cuts 2015 capital plan by 25%  CanadianBusiness.com
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