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Sask. Premier Brad Wall confident about PotashCorp-Agrium merger talks
Premier Brad Wall believes a potential merger of PotashCorp and Agrium could benefit Saskatchewan. In separate news releases issued Tuesday morning, PotashCorp and Agrium said they were in talks "regarding a merger of equals," but stressed that no ...
Fertilizer giants Potash Corp., Agrium confirm merger talks  The Globe and Mail
TSX rises on financials, possible Agrium-Potash merger
Financial Post  
Apple Has To Pay C$19B In Back Taxes To Ireland In EU Ruling
BRUSSELS - Apple has to pay up to 13 billion euros (US$14.5 billion) - plus billions more in interest - in back taxes to Ireland after the European Union found Tuesday that the U.S.
Why Ireland doesn't want Apple Inc's US$14.5 billion in back taxes ...  Financial Post
5 things to know about EU's massive 13B euro tax bite on Apple  Toronto Star
Canada's Big Five banks made $9.89 billion in combined third-quarter profits
The banks managed to shrug off concerns about loans to the energy sector, reporting lower provisions for credit losses than they had in the previous quarter.
Bank of Nova Scotia hikes dividend as third-quarter profit rises to $1.9 ...  Financial Post
Banks shrug off oilpatch concerns, report $9.9 billion in combined Q3 profits  Winnipeg Free Press
Vancouver, Toronto Housing Markets Are Heading In Opposite Directions
TORONTO - A new study suggests the two hottest real estate markets in Canada appear to be headed in different directions, as Vancouver softens and Toronto looks to maintain its momentum.
Canadian home prices to rise sharply on cheap money, speculation
Vancouver housing affordability worsens to record, again
Canola dispute with China could have serious impact on Alberta farmers
New standards on Canadian canola exports being demanded by China has producers worried, something the prime minister said is a priority as he heads to Beijing.
Negotiators working hard in China to resolve canola trade dispute, Freeland says
Canola producers worried about looming loss of Chinese market and $2 billion ...  Regina Leader-Post
Kitchener manufacturer gets $1.5 million from province
A Kitchener manufacturer of auto parts says it will be able to create more than 60 new positions thanks in part to funding from the provincial government.
Mitchell Plastics plans $13.4M expansion at Kitchener, Ont. plant
Regina approves land donation for Conexus office in Wascana Centre
The City of Regina has approved a controversial land transfer that will see a new Conexus Credit Union headquarters and office space built on Wascana Centre land.
City council votes to gift portion of Wascana Park  CTV News
City of Regina approves plan for Conexus to build office space in Wascana Park  News Talk 980 CJME
Innovation in the oilsands 'not going to happen tomorrow': Jim Carr
Jim Carr says there is no "better example of innovation" in Canada than in Alberta. Watch CBC's live feed of Minister Jim Carr's speech and panel discussion at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce.
Jim Carr: Our goal is finding sweet spot between resource development and ...  National Observer
Gary Lamphier: Federal cabinet minister Jim Carr on the hot seat as energy ...  Edmonton Journal
Plan to take Sirius XM Canada private gets green light from shareholders
A proposal to take satellite radio provider Sirius XM Canada Holdings Inc. private has won shareholder approval, despite vocal opposition from dissident investors in recent months.
SiriusXM Canada Shareholders Approve Recapitalization Go-Private Transaction  Montreal Gazette
Sirius XM Canada Holdings Inc shareholders vote in favour of privatization deal  Financial Post
Empress Hotel employees issue strike notice ahead of long weekend
The recent renovations at Victoria's Empress Hotel could trigger a strike by about 500 unionized workers at the downtown landmark.
Empress hotel, union square off over hours, working conditions  Times Colonist
Picket lines possible at Victoria's Empress Hotel