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Energy stocks push TSX lower, OPEC rejects production cut to support oil prices
TORONTO - Energy stocks pressured the Toronto stock market Thursday as crude prices plunged to fresh multi-year lows amid word that the OPEC cartel won't cut oil production.
Saudis win case for no OPEC output cut  Reuters
Oil at 4-year low as Opec fails to agree  Financial Times
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TSX little changed as energy shares slip
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was little changed on Thursday as worries about the outcome of an Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries meeting hit oil prices, weighing on shares of energy producers and offsetting gains in ...
Energy stocks push Toronto stock market lower, oil prices tumble as OPEC meets  570 News
Toronto stock market heads for lower open, oil prices tumble as OPEC meets  Times Colonist
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1 in 3 will Christmas shop only online: poll
TORONTO�A growing number of Canadians plan to do all of their holiday shopping online this year to avoid setting foot in maddening malls, suggests a new survey commissioned by Google.
Black Friday sales in Surrey fight to keep shoppers from crossing border
Plus Size Fashion, Shoes, Electronics & More: Black Friday & Cyber ...  Daily Venus Diva Magazine
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Canada's Posts Current Account Deficit at Least Since '08
Canada's current account deficit was the narrowest since 2008 in the third quarter as non-energy exports increased and deficits in investment and tourism declined.
Loonie declines as oil hits fresh, 4-year low, current account deficit narrows  Vancouver Sun
Canada's Q3 current account deficit shrinks to $8.4B  Toronto Sun
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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.
Bell to CRTC: Don't force us to share fibre  Waterloo Record
Telecom markets don't need more regulation, Bell tells CRTC  CTV News
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Ottawa already taken lower oil prices into account, Oliver says
The federal government has already made �conservative� adjustments to its fiscal forecasts to account for the impact of lower oil prices, Finance Minister Joe Oliver says.
Canada to Continue to Monitor Housing Market Carefully  Wall Street Journal
Finance Minister Joe Oliver says no new moves for housing market  Winnipeg Free Press
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Rio Tinto sets $350m aside to expand Canada's Diavik diamond mine
Mining giant Rio Tinto (LON:RIO), the majority owner of Canada's Diavik diamond mine has decided to spend part of its much reduced capital spending budget expanding the operation, in a move that's reinforces the company's renewed commitment to its ...
Rio Tinto (RIO) approves $350 million expansion for Canadian Diavik diamond ...  Stockhouse
Rio Tinto share price up, to invest in diamond project in Canada  Binary Tribune
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Sask. finances still on track despite low oil prices, finance minister says
The province's budget remains on track, according to the mid-year financial report released by the government this morning. Finance Minister Ken Krawetz is still predicting about a $71-million surplus, which is only half a million less than he expected when ...
Sask. projects balanced budget despite sinking oil prices  CTV News
Modest surplus in 2014-15 budget  Regina Leader-Post
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Rail, air and boating safety measures 'insufficient,' says Transportation Safety ...
Transportation Safety Board Chair Kathy Fox speaks during a news conference in Ottawa November 26, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie. Bookmark and Share.
Transportation Safety Board says feds not doing enough to enforce safe transport  OHS Canada
Lac-M�gantic safety issues still cause for concern, watchdog says  Waterloo Record
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Gasoline prices drop to four-year low
The price of gasoline is hovering around $1/litre in many parts of the country, a price not seen since 2010. On Thursday gas prices in Ottawa and Edmonton were below $1/litre, while the average price in Manitoba was $1.03.
Letter: Gas prices should be lower than they are  Montreal Gazette
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