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TSX tumbles 178 points as energy stocks sell off on oil price collapse
TORONTO -- The Toronto stock market extended its losses Friday as energy stocks continued to sell off in the wake of a collapse in oil prices while miners and copper prices fell heavily on Chinese economic concerns.
Ontario benefits as oil prices plunge  Toronto Star
Oil-Linked Currencies Extend Losses  Wall Street Journal
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BCE to buy wireless retailer Glentel for $594-million
BCE Inc. is expanding its reach in the wireless industry with a $594-million cash and stock deal to buy independent mobile products distributor Glentel Inc. The transaction, which is valued at $670-million including the assumption of debt, will give the company ...
Canada's BCE to buy mobile phone retailer Glentel for C$594 mln  Reuters
BCE Acquires Mobile Phone Retailer, Glentel, for C$594-M  Oye! Times
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Canada's GDP growing at 2.8% pace
Canada's gross domestic product expanded at a 2.8 per cent annual pace in the past three months, Statistics Canada said today, much better than expected by economists.
How the loonie is doing the heavy lifting for Canada's economy  Financial Post
Canada expansion tops forecasts as exports lead 2.8% growth  SCNow
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UK opens door to Black Friday shopping mayhem
I hate shopping. My kids used to beg me not to take them to the supermarket because I became so grouchy when I couldn't find some critical item.
Black Friday: Just another busy shopping day  CNNMoney
Black Friday in US Isn't What It Used to Be, But Overseas ...
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Patent applications declining for a decade, CD Howe study suggests
A new study from the C.D. Howe Institute suggests Canadians are filing fewer bright ideas these days through patent applications. The Toronto-based think-tank says all provinces have seen a decline in application rates over the past decade.
Alberta, Ontario Lead in Innovation Ranking - C.D. Howe Institute  NEWS.GNOM.ES
Alberta, Ontario Lead in Innovation Ranking  Canada Free Press
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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  Stockhouse
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Highway 403 mudslide: Get ready for an unpleasant evening commute
Updated. Eastbound 403 closed until 10 p.m.: OPP; Water still flowing near site of mudslide; GO Transit reports multiple delays to its bus service.
Huge mudslide shuts eastbound 403 in Hamilton  Toronto Star
Broken watermain causes mudslide on Hwy. 403 in Hamilton  CityNews
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Surete investigating vandalism claim at Tembec
Tembec Inc. has filed a complaint with the Surete du Quebec following an incident at the Temiscaming site Nov. 20. The project office for the $265-million green energy investment at the Temiscaming operation was damaged in the incident.
Tembec production stopped at Quebec mill as 650 workers go on strike  CTV News
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IKEA monkey crowdfunding campaign launched to buy him a new home
Darwin, a Japanese Macaque who was found wandering a Toronto IKEA in 2012, needs the Internet's help to buy him a new home. The Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary, which originally took in the meme-worthy monkey after his shopping excursion, ...
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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