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Energy shares depress TSX ahead of OPEC meeting later this week
Energy stocks were a major weight on the Toronto stock market Monday morning as oil prices retreated ahead of a key meeting by the OPEC cartel later this week.
Loonie closes lower as traders await GDP data  The Globe and Mail
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  mysask.com
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WestJet flight atendants reject tentative agreement
WestJet Airlines Ltd. said Monday that its 2,600 flight attendants have voted to reject a tentative agreement reached last month. WestJet reaches tentative deal with its 1,200 pilots.
WestJet flight attendants vote to reject tentative agreement  CTV News
WestJet flight attendants reject tentative agreement  Edmonton Journal
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Energy shares pull TSX lower; Hudson's Bay jumps
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index dropped on Monday after a six-day winning streak, as a decline in the price of oil hit shares of energy producers and weakness in the bullion price weighed on the gold-mining sector.
HBC mortgages Saks to raise $1.25B US  CBC.ca
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends lower as energy, mining shares fall  Reuters
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Retailers often inflate prices before big Black Friday "discounts": Vancity report
Those great deals you think you're seeking out on 'Black Friday?' Well, the huge discounts may likely be a result of retailers inflating their original prices before this infamous week of wanton consumerism, according to a new report from Vancity credit union.
BC shoppers should think twice about Black Friday sales: Vancity report  Business in Vancouver
Many Black Friday savings aren't as good as we might think: report  News1130
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Nigel Wright oversees $4.7-billion Onex deal with Swiss company SIG
Nigel Wright hasn't wasted any time getting back in the deal mix at Onex Corp. with two transactions valued at nearly $5-billion.
Onex expands in Europe with up to $4.7-billion purchase of packaging maker SIG  The Province
Buyout group Onex to pay up to �3.75bn for carton maker SIG  Financial Times
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CMHC says house prices now have 'modest amount of overvaluation'
Canada's housing market looks like it has a "modest amount of overvaluation" in a number of markets, but otherwise there is nothing to worry about, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says.
Unsold condos risk piling up, Canada's housing agency warns  Globalnews.ca
Modest amount of overvaluation in Canadian housing markets, CMHC says  Montreal Gazette
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Ivanhoe Cambridge and CCP buy more Seattle office space
Ivanho� Cambridge and partner Callahan Capital Properties (CCP) are continuing their string of acquisitions through the purchase of a 100 per cent interest in two adjoining office properties in downtown Seattle, 1111 Third and Second & Spring, ...
Ivanho� Cambridge snaps up two Seattle properties for $280 million  Market Business News
Ivanhoe Cambridge buys Seattle properties for $280 million  Montreal Gazette
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Catalyst prepared to back Mobilicity spectrum bid, Glassman says
Newton Glassman's Catalyst Capital Group Inc. is willing to finance Mobilicity's bid for additional wireless airwaves, along with other willing creditors, in an effort to spur further consolidation among smaller Canadian carriers.
Catalyst prepared to back Mobilicity spectrum bid, Newton Glassman says  Financial Post
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Pickering nuclear reactor leaks heavy water
Radioactive heavy water leaked from a reactor at the Pickering nuclear station on Friday, says Ontario Power Generation. The company says the leak was contained within the building, and no workers were exposed to a dangerous level of radiation.
Radioactive leak at Pickering nuclear station  OurWindsor.ca
Leak at Pickering nuclear plant posed no risk to public: OPG  CTV News
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Insurance company stands by million-dollar baby bill
Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel holds her daughter Reece in a hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. Huculak-Kimmel was given a $950,000 bill for medical expenses after the insurance she purchased was denied.
Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel's $1M baby bill denied by Saskatchewan Blue Cross  CBC.ca
Blue Cross won't pay for million dollar baby  YorkRegion.com
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