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Denied entry: Bell Canada files complaints over lack of condo access
Bell Canada says conflicts with some real estate developers have left it unable to serve customers in a significant portion of new condos in the crucial Toronto market.
Telecom markets don't need more regulation, Bell tells CRTC  CTV News
Bell tells CRTC says telecom markets don't need more regulation  Winnipeg Free Press
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OPEC unity tested by low prices, oil glut
VIENNA (AP) - OPEC oil ministers meeting in Vienna on Thursday are in a bind. Prices are plunging - and in the short term, the cartel may not be able to do much about it.
Crude Prices Slump as OPEC Meets  Wall Street Journal
Why OPEC Could Break Up  Seeking Alpha
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Canada Post set to turn profit amid dramatic cuts
After making dramatic changes that include starting a phase-out of door-to-door home delivery and hiking the price of stamps, Canada Post says it expects to end the year in the black.
Canada Post on track for a profit in 2014; earned $22M in third quarter  Winnipeg Free Press
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Canadian dollar advances, traders look to heavy slate of US data, OPEC meeting
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed higher Wednesday amid a generally positive batch of U.S. economic data. The loonie was ahead 0.13 of a cent to 89 cents US.
Canadian Dollar And Business Outlook  Manitoba Co-operator
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ steady, shrugs off crude's fall ahead of OPEC  Reuters
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Stocks drift as stimulus cues awaited in China, Europe
TOKYO -- Share prices drifted Thursday but expectations for new stimulus in China and Europe helped to limit losses. KEEPING SCORE: Britain's FTSE 100 fell 0.2 per cent to 6,715.43 and France's CAC 40 was down 0.2 per cent at 4,373.42.
Asian stock markets meander as China profit data disappoints  Winnipeg Free Press
Asian shares meander as China data disappoints  Post-Bulletin
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Another coup for Quebec's TV confessional
When former student leader Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois decided to donate the $25,000 he won for his Governor-General's Literary Award to a citizen's group fighting the TransCanada Energy East pipeline, he chose to announce it on Tout le monde en parle.
TransCanada dumps PR firm, renews focus on pipeline  Toronto Star
Dirty tricks on both sides of the pipeline debate � and environmentalists ...  Financial Post
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Energy down as OPEC meeting nears
The Toronto stock market closed lower Wednesday, pulled down in part by energy stocks ahead of a key OPEC meeting. The S&P/TSX composite index declined 35.24 points to 15,038.41.
CANADA STOCKS-OPEC meeting in focus as energy shares drag TSX down  Reuters
The close: Energy shares weigh on TSX ahead of OPEC meeting  The Globe and Mail
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Canada's oil boom driving up the price of beef
The oil boom going on in Canada's prairie provinces has caught everyone's attention of late, particularly at the gas pump.
XL Foods Class-Action Lawsuit Strikes Tentative Deal  Huffington Post Canada
Tentative settlement in XL Foods lawsuit  Meat & Poultry (registration)
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Black Friday 2014: The best deals and live updates as shops and retailers ...
Black Friday looks set to kick off the Christmas shopping season in style with shoppers likely to spend a massive �13bn in what is predicted to be one of the UK's biggest days of shopping.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday Bring Steep Travel Discounts  NY1
Plus Size Fashion, Shoes, Electronics & More: Black Friday & Cyber ...  Daily Venus Diva Magazine
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Canada finds a home on Twitter
Where did you grow up? How often do you summon up or visit your childhood... 4 hours ago After arrest, let's not forget lessons of Jian Ghomeshi affair.
Canada opens its own Twitter account  The Province (blog)
Canada unapologetic about creating new Twitter account  ITBusiness.ca
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