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Gas prices tumbling along with crude oil, but lower dollar is a headwind
CALGARY -- With the price of crude plunging to its lowest level more than four and a half years, consumers are benefiting at the gas pump, but the savings are being dampened somewhat by a weaker dollar and other factors, according to an energy expert.
Businesses beyond oilpatch take crude price slump in stride  Calgary Herald
Portfolio manager sees 'paradigm shift' for oilpatch crude tumbles  Brandon Sun
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Gas prices frozen by dollar
Despite oil prices plummeting globally, it's still not much cheaper for Okanagan residents to fill their tanks. Oil has dropped to a five-year low and dragged the Canadian dollar with it - a key factor in why Okanagan residents are still paying the same price for ...
Gas prices continue to drop  CTV News
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ sinks to 3-week low as tumbling crude outweighs robust ...  Reuters
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BCE looks to grow distribution power with Glentel as 'double cohort' looms
BCE Inc. is expanding its distribution power ahead of what is expected to be a crucial period for the wireless industry with a $594-million cash-and-stock deal to buy independent cellphone retailer Glentel Inc. The deal will give the company ownership of ...
BCE to buy mobile phone retailer Glentel for $594M  Toronto Sun
BCE Inc looks to solidify retail footprint with $594M purchase of Glentel Inc  Financial Post
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Canada budget deficit shrinks in first six months of 2014/15
OTTAWA Nov 28 (Reuters) - The Canadian government ran a budget deficit of C$744 million ($653 million) in the first six months of the 2014/15 fiscal year, down from C$10.35 billion in the April-September period of 2013, the finance department said on ...
Ottawa reports $379-million surplus in September  The Globe and Mail
Ottawa posts $400M surplus for September compared with $3.8B deficit a year ago  Medicine Hat News
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AltaLink sale gets approval from Alberta Utilities Commission
The Alberta Utilities Commission has approved the sale of AltaLink to a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. The American company is owned by Warren Buffet and has already received approval for the $3.2-billion deal from Industry Canada.
Regulator approves controversial sale to Warren Buffett company  Calgary Herald
Utilities commission approves sale of AltaLink to Buffett company  Edmonton Journal
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Highway 403 reopens in Hamilton
The eastbound lanes of Highway 403 in Hamilton reopened Friday evening after a large mudslide closed the road earlier in the day. The ramp from York Blvd.
Landslide causes traffic chaos  CHCH News
UPDATE: 403 has reopened to traffic after being closed 10 hours from ...
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Protesters end occupation of Manitoba hydro dam after agreeing to negotiations
A six-week occupation of a northern Manitoba hydro dam is over after First Nation protesters reached a deal for negotiations. Protesters from Cross Lake First Nation have agreed to leave the site of the Jenpeg generating station after agreeing to talks that will ...
Agreement ends standoff at Jenpeg station  The Carillon
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TAYLOR: Nova Centre delay: Deja vu all over again
Halifax's Nova Centre complex has a new projected date for opening, but it's not the first time the construction schedule has been adjusted.
Nova Centre opening delayed until September 2016  Daily Business Buzz - Nova Scotia
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Monkey found in Ikea wearing sheepskin coat needs new home
A monkey who gained worldwide fame after being found inside an Ikea store wearing a sheepskin coat needs a new home, and his sanctuary is appealing for donations.
Ikea monkey crowdfunding launched to find him a bigger home  Toronto Star
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Overnight parking ban comes into effect Monday
The time of year has come again when drivers must pay attention to where they park their cars overnight. The city's snow route parking ban comes into effect Monday at 2 a.m.. Vehicles won't be allowed to park on designated streets between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m..
Snow-route parking ban begins Monday  Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg's annual snow route parking ban takes effect Monday
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