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CANADA STOCKS-TSX edges lower as oil slip hurts energy companies
(Adds investor comment, updates prices to close). By Alastair Sharp. TORONTO Dec 22 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index slipped on Monday as most energy companies fell on oil's downward march, with the retreat muted by gains for some of the ...
Canada Stocks Drop as Commodity Producers Tumble With Oil  Businessweek
TSX closes lower amid falling gold and oil prices, shortened trading week  Winnipeg Free Press
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Encana sells northeast B.C. midstream assets for $412M
Encana Corp. is selling the gathering and compression assets it has built for its Cutbank Ridge shale gas play in northeastern British Columbia.
Encana sells Western Canadian Montney assets to Veresen and KKR  The Globe and Mail
Encana to sell some natural gas facilities in British Columbia  Reuters
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Tory tax cuts added $1.6-billion to deficit, finance figures show
The Conservative government's recent tax cuts have added $1.6-billion to the deficit so far this year, but Ottawa remains on track to post a smaller deficit than the year before.
Federal deficit expands to $3.6B as family tax cuts eat into revenues  CBC.ca
Canada's Budget Deficit Widens on Tax-Relief Measures  Wall Street Journal
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Santander, Canadian Pension Funds Confirm Venture
Banco Santander S.A. confirmed that it will transfer some renewable energy and water infrastructure assets to a joint venture with Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Public Sector Pension Investment Board.
Teachers, PSP partner with Spanish bank on energy, water infrastructure assets  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Canada Pension Funds to Invest in Santander Energy, Water Assets  Bloomberg
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Private equity investors have global vision for DBRS
The U.S. private equity heavyweights set to take over DBRS Inc. have set their sights on international growth for the Canadian credit rating agency.
DBRS's new owners face era of greater scrutiny for ratings agencies  Financial Post
UPDATE 2-Carlyle and Warburg Pincus to buy credit rating agency DBRS  Reuters
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Hundreds of employees gather to say goodbye to Kellogg's plant
It is a sad start to the holiday season for hundreds of former employees at the Kellogg's plant. Monday morning the company held a final gathering inside the plant before locking the gates for good after more than a century.
Kellogg plant in Ontario closes  Food Dive
Last day for Kellogg's workers in London, Ont.  Petrolia Topic
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BC woman wins fight to seek justice for Slocan fuel spill
Marilyn Burgoon couldn't believe it when the government failed to charge a company that spilled 30,000 litres of fuel in a British Columbia creek, killing fish, birds and aquatic insects.
Charges filed by resident approved in 30000 litre Slocan Valley jet fuel spill  mysask.com
Charges approved in fuel spill  Castanet.net
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CTrain service to south disrupted by mechanical problem
Commuters who live in the south end of the city will have to board shuttle buses for part of the trip on Monday night after a mechanical fault in the power distribution system knocked out CTrain service.
Shuttles to transport CTrain passengers between closed stations  CBC.ca
More service disruptions for southeast CTrain riders  660 News
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69% say Union-Pearson Express train is too expensive: poll
Nearly seven in 10 Toronto voters who responded to a recent poll say that a planned express train linking Pearson Airport and Union Station will be too expensive.
Union Pearson Express train too costly to use, poll finds  CBC.ca
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Metro Vancouver truckers want new rates
Truckers were on strike in March of this year at Port Metro Vancouver. (FILE PHOTO, 24 HOURS). Bookmark and Share. Change text size for the story.
Truckers threaten job action over Port Metro Vancouver pay rates  Vancouver Sun
Port truckers angry with rates eye new strike  Maple Ridge News
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