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OPEC inaction sends Brent to four-year low, hits stocks
LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude fell to a fresh four-year low on Friday, sending oil-related shares and currencies lower, after OPEC decided to refrain from cutting output despite a supply glut.
Ruble Heads for Weakest Month in Five Years After Oil Slump  Businessweek
Oil prices hit fresh four-year lows in wake of Opec meeting  BBC News
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Black Friday 2014: Chaotic scenes spread to UK
The chaotic U.S., post-Thanksgiving scenes of Black Friday shoppers struggling through store entrances for deals on flat-screen TVs and other consumer electronics spread to the United Kingdom today.
Black Friday: The Most Noteworthy 2014 Deals  ABC News
Second act of shopping frenzy gets started  Porterville Recorder
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Alberta energy firms face harsh new reality as oil's slide steepens
Canada's energy sector faces the prospect of a lengthy downturn in oil prices and broad spending cuts after OPEC said it does not intend to cut production - a move that sent crude prices and energy shares plunging.
Alberta Producers With World's Cheapest Oil Face Cascading Woes  Businessweek
Canada Oil Stocks Plunge Most in Three Years on OPEC  Bloomberg
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Canada's current account deficit smallest in six years
Canada posted its narrowest current account deficit since 2008 in Q3 2014, as deficits in tourism and investment fell and non-energy exports surged, Statistics Canada reported on Thursday.
Canada Posts Narrowest Current Account Deficit Since 2008  Action Forex
Canada's Q3 current account deficit shrinks to $8.4B  Edmonton Examiner
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CANADA STOCKS-TSX may open lower after OPEC shuns output cut
Nov 28 (Reuters) - Stock futures pointed to a lower opening for Canada's main stock index on Friday as oil prices slumped after OPEC decided to refrain from cutting output despite a supply glut.
US futures trade mostly lower in wake of OPEC  CNBC
The seasonal play for December: Switch from US equities to Canadian  The Globe and Mail
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Finance minister says low oil prices have been considered in forecasts
Finance Minister Joe Oliver says the federal government has already considered the dramatic slide in oil prices in its fiscal forecasts.
Oil price loss seen as gain for consumers: 'What is saved at the pumps ...  Financial Post
Finance Minister Oliver says low oil prices have been considered in forecasts  Calgary Herald
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Ikea monkey crowdfunding launched to find him a bigger home
Darwin has outgrown his shearling coat and is in need of a new home. �We need room to grow,� says Kim Meehan, a volunteer at Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary, where the famous �Ikea monkey� has lived for the past two years.
Darwin the Ikea monkey's sanctuary seeks to relocate
Ikea monkey now triple the size � and his sanctuary is asking for donations ...  National Post
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Patent applications by Canadians declining across the country: study
TORONTO - Viewed through the lens of patent applications, Canadians are coming up with fewer bright ideas these days, according to a new study by the C.D.
Alberta a winner at innovation, new patent database shows  Edmonton Journal
Canadian patent applications in steady decline: study  The Globe and Mail
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Study confirms oilsands tailings ponds emit toxic chemicals
An aerial view of Syncrude's oilsands upgrading facility and Mildred Lake settling basin tailings pond north of Fort McMurray.
Study confirms oilsands tailings ponds emit pollutants into the air  660 News
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Battery-powered bus to hit city streets
It's back to the future for Winnipeg Transit. Forty-four years after the city got rid of its electric trolley buses, the newest generation of battery-electric buses hits the streets Saturday, starting with route 20 Watt Street (Watt, get it?
Winnipeg Transit adds four electric buses to fleet
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