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CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends lower as energy, mining shares fall
TORONTO, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index dropped on Monday as a decline in the price of oil hit shares of energy producers and weakness in the bullion price weighed on the gold mining sector.
Loonie slips after solid advance; traders look to GDP data  The Globe and Mail
Toronto's financial district is pictured December 30, 2011. THE CANADIAN ...   Related articles »  
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By now you have probably heard about Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel and her unfortunate Hawaiian vacation. While on vacation in the island paradise last year Huculak-Kimmel had a premature baby and had to remain in the hospital for months.
Saskatchewan Blue Cross won't cover 'million-dollar baby' born ...  Waterloo Record
Insurance company stands by million-dollar baby bill  CANOE
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CMHC says house prices now have 'modest amount of overvaluation'
Canada's housing market looks like it has a "modest amount of overvaluation" in a number of markets, but otherwise there is nothing to worry about, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says.
Unsold condos risk piling up, Canada's housing agency warns
Modest amount of overvaluation in Canadian housing markets, CMHC says  Montreal Gazette
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WestJet flight attendants vote down tentative labour agreement
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl DyckBecause WestJet's flight attendants are not unionized, there is no risk of a strike that could disrupt travel plans during the busy holiday season, said Anthony Pascale, chairman of WestJet's Flight Attendant Association ...
WestJet flight attendants vote to reject tentative agreement  CTV News
WestJet flight attendants reject tentative agreement  Edmonton Journal
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TSX lower as oil weighs, but Hudson's Bay jumps
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index slipped on Monday with heavyweight energy shares taking a hit from sluggish oil prices, offset by gains in railways, banks, and a surge in Hudson's Bay Co (HBC.
HBC mortgages Saks to raise $1.25B US
At midday: TSX lower as oil weighs, but Hudson's Bay jumps  The Globe and Mail
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Mount Polley mine spill cleanup requires pressing action, say BC environment ...
Four months after a torrent of mine water and waste gushed into two south-central B.C. lakes, the province says the mine's owner is only at the forefront of a clean-up that is expected to take years.
Mount Polley mine owner racing to prevent second tailings pond breach during ...  The Globe and Mail
Mount Polley tailings pond clean-up needs quick action: B.C. government  The Province
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Ivanhoe Cambridge buys Seattle properties for $280 million
Ivanhoe Cambridge Inc., the real estate division of Canadian pension plan Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec, and a partner bought two adjoining office properties in downtown Seattle for $280 million.
Ivanhoe Cambridge and CCP buy more Seattle office space  Real Estate News EXchange
Ivanho� Cambridge snaps up two Seattle properties for $280 million  Market Business News
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Retailers often inflate prices before big Black Friday "discounts": Vancity report
Those great deals you think you're seeking out on 'Black Friday?' Well, the huge discounts may likely be a result of retailers inflating their original prices before this infamous week of wanton consumerism, according to a new report from Vancity credit union.
BC shoppers should think twice about Black Friday sales: Vancity report  Business in Vancouver
Many Black Friday savings aren't as good as we might think: report  News1130
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Pickering nuclear reactor leaks heavy water
Radioactive heavy water leaked from a reactor at the Pickering nuclear station on Friday, says Ontario Power Generation. The company says the leak was contained within the building, and no workers were exposed to a dangerous level of radiation.
Leak at Pickering nuclear plant posed no risk to public: OPG  CTV News
Radioactive leak at Pickering nuke plant was contained: OPG source  Toronto Sun
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Canadian governments need to fight growing income inequality, study warns
Canadian policy makers will have to consciously �lean against� income inequality to avert following the United States down the path of widening disparities, a bank study to be released Monday says.
Canada becomes more unequal, but good policies could halt that: TD Bank
Leaders must react to prevent rising income disparity: Report  Canadian HR Reporter
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