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BC adds 12400 jobs in September, leads Canada in economic growth
VANCOUVER - British Columbia added 12,400 jobs in September, as the province led the country in economic growth, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Part-time jobs trigger overall increase across Canada; local figures mixed  CTV News
Unemployment in Alberta edges up as full-time jobs disappear
Reuters Canada  
Canadian dollar, TSX shoot higher as oil rebounds
The Canadian dollar shot above 77 cents US on Friday on strengthening oil prices and a weaker greenback. The loonie was up half a cent to 77.37 cents US at mid-morning, its strongest showing in the last three weeks.
At midday: TSX heads for sixth straight winning session  The Globe and Mail
Loonie spikes, oil near US$50 a barrel, stock indexes near break-even  CTV News
Labatt Breweries of Canada buys Mill Street brewery
Labatt Breweries of Canada is buying Toronto-based craft beer maker Mill Street Brewery for an undisclosed amount. On Friday morning, Labatt announced it has taken over the Toronto-based craft brewery, which has grown from a small brew pub in 2002 to ...
Labatt Breweries buys craft brewer Mill Street  Toronto Sun
Labatt Breweries buys craft brewer Mill Street for undisclosed amount  Hamilton Spectator
Bank of Canada survey shows still-tepid business sentiment
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Overall business sentiment in Canada remains tepid as firms adjust to a drop in commodity prices and a weaker Canadian dollar that helps some and hurts others, according to a Bank of Canada survey released on Friday.
Bank of Canada says business confidence 'tepid' as oil shock lingers  The Globe and Mail
Bank of Canada Survey Suggests Business Sentiment Remains Tepid  Wall Street Journal
Environment Canada raids Vale SA office
Environment Canada raided one of mining giant Vale SA's Sudbury, Ont., offices on Thursday, investigating allegations that the company violated the Fisheries Act in 2012, the company said on Friday.
Canadian environment authorities raid Vale offices in Ontario  Seeking Alpha
Environment Canada takes files, computers from Sudbury mine office
Arguments wrap up in controversial pipeline case
VANCOUVER - The fate of the Northern Gateway pipeline project is now in the hands of a trio of Federal Appeal Court judges who reserved their decision on whether to uphold or quash the government's approval of the controversial project.
Northern Gateway naysayers missed their chance to oppose pipeline: CAPP  Vancouver Sun
Canadian dollar shoots well above 77-cent mark
The Canadian dollar is well above the 77-cent mark today, driven higher by commodities and a fizzle in the greenback. The loonie got to about 77.5 cents U.S.
Jobless rate drops in Manitoba  CTV News
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ hits 2-1/2 month high on risk rally; jobs data dampen moves  Reuters
Clearwater Seafoods to buy U.K.-based Macduff Shellfish for $195 million
Paul Darrow for National Post, fileClearwater will pay 94.4 million pounds plus four million pounds of seasonal debt to acquire Macduff, which is currently owned by the Beaton Family and Change Capital Partners.
Clearwater Seafeod reaches across the Atlantic to buy Macduff Shellfish for ...  Montreal Gazette
Friday's small-cap stocks to watch  The Globe and Mail
Carrot Co-op on Gottingen Street in Halifax closing next week
The Community Carrot Co-op grocery on Gottingen Street in Halifax, which opened a year ago, will close by the end of next week because of financial troubles.
Community Carrot Co-op in Halifax closing next week
Community Carrot Co-Op grocery store in Halifax closing next week citing ...  MetroNews Canada
Airbus patents airplane seat design that stacks passengers
Airbus has filed a patent with the European Patent Office on split-level airline seating that would see passengers stacked bunk-bed-style, with seats reclining on both levels.
Airbus files patent for 'flying bunk beds'  Reuters
Flying Sardine Class: Another Good One From The Funny Guys At Airbus  Forbes