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Mill Street loses indie appeal with Labatt takeover, gains access to new customers
Mill Street Brewery's takeover by the world's largest beer conglomerate will bring craft beer to new customers across Canada even as it damages the Toronto-based brand's indie appeal among local beer aficionados.
Craft beer growing in popularity  CTV News
CARROLL ON THE NEWS | Labatt Buys Mill St. Brewery  640 Toronto News
Toronto Life (blog)  
Canada's unemployment rate rises to 7.1 per cent as election approaches
Canada's unemployment rate rose to 7.1 per cent in September, the highest level in more than a year, as more Canadians tried to find work amid weak economic conditions.
Politicians say glass half-empty, half-full as job stats released
BC adds 12400 jobs in September, leads Canada in economic growth  Vancouver Sun
Updated prospectus for Hydro One sale estimates share price at $19 to $21
TORONTO -- Ontario's Liberal government says it expects to raise $1.7 billion from the initial public offering of 15 per cent of Hydro One.
Ontario advances Hydro One IPO despite recent investor skittishness  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Hydro One shares to go for between $19 and $21  Toronto Star
Ontario Court approves US Steel's plan to separate Canadian unit
(Reuters) - United States Steel Corp said on Friday the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has approved the separation of the company from its Canadian unit.
Judge approves US Steel transition plan, suspends retiree benefits
Court approves US Steel plan to cut Canadian unit  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Bombardier says in talks with North American airlines on CSeries jet orders
TORONTO Oct 9 Canada's Bombardier Inc said on Friday it is in advanced discussions to sell its new CSeries jet to airlines in North America, without identifying the airlines.
Bombardier in talks with North American airlines on CSeries jet orders
Bombardier says it has no plans to kill CSeries after approaching Airbus  CTV News
Northlands criticized for handling of alleged million-dollar theft
Northlands continues to come under fire for how it handled the alleged theft of more than a million dollars from parking revenue. The non-profit organization fired its 38 parking cashiers, but as of Friday afternoon, had yet to file a report with ...
Edmonton company fires all its cashiers and supervisors after finding $1 ...  National Post
How Edmonton's Northlands discovered it was losing up to $100K a month ...  MetroNews Canada
Twitter plans layoffs next week: Report
Twitter Inc. is planning company-wide layoffs next week, technology news website Re/code reported on Friday, citing sources. The news comes after Jack Dorsey was appointed permanent chief executive on Monday.
Twitter Shares Slip on Report of Impending Job Cuts  Bloomberg
New Twitter CEO's first order of business is said to be job cuts  Fortune
US Corn Prices Slump as USDA Raises Yield Forecast
Corn prices slumped to a nearly two-week low after federal forecasters raised their outlook for U.S. crop yields this autumn, again projecting the nation's third-biggest harvest ever.
USDA lowers corn, soy harvest view on trimmed acreage  Reuters
Minnesota may set records this year for corn and soybean yields  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Stolen vehicles from Australia being sent to IS
Sydney - The medium-sized Toyota Hilux are the most stolen vehicle in the past two years by far in Sydney, and authorities believe they are being quickly shipped to Turkey in containers, and then into Syria to be used by Islamic State (IS) soldiers ...
Mistery Solved: USA and UK Supplying ISIS with Toyota Pickup Trucks  MINA
Toyota questioned over ISIS use of its vehicles
World finance leaders upbeat on China, may be ignoring risks
LIMA: Global finance leaders believe China will weather its slowing growth and manage a successful transition from an export to a consumer economy despite a huge buildup of internal debt in the world's second largest economy.
Britain's recovery will slow this year, warns George Osborne
Osborne sounds global economy warning but downplays China jitters  The Guardian