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Suncor won't extend COS bid if 'poison pill' defence upheld, executive says
Suncor Energy Inc. will let its $4.3-billion takeover bid for Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. lapse unless regulators strike down the target company's unusual shareholder rights plan, a senior executive said on Thursday.
Suncor Energy Inc questions Canadian Oil Sands Ltd's ability to attract ...  Financial Post
Suncor Energy raises stakes, says it won't extend COS bid beyond Dec. 4 ...  Calgary Herald
Don't regulate Uber, competition watchdog says
The federal competition watchdog is urging municipal governments to relax “heavy-handed” regulations on taxis rather than crack down on alternative ride-hailing services like Uber.
Competition Bureau calls for relaxing of taxi rules in face of Uber competition  Montreal Gazette
Canada's Competition Bureau Says Taxi Industry Should Adapt to Uber  Wall Street Journal
MF Global settlements rise to $204M, co-lead plaintiff AIMCo reports
CEO Jon Corzine and other executives with MF Global have settled a class action suit co-led by Alberta's AIMCo by agreeing to pay $64 million, AIMCo says.
AIMCo helps secure more than US$200M on behalf of investors in MF Global case
AIMco and other investors recover more than US$200M in class action against ...  Financial Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ekes out gain on financials, materials; energy weighs
(Adds strategist comment, updates prices to close). * TSX ends up 21.77 points, or 0.16 percent, at 13,425.19. * Eight of the TSX's 10 main groups rise.
Canada Stocks Fluctuate as Oil Slide Offsets Metals Rally  Bloomberg
Toronto Stocks Rise as Oil Falls
Black Friday losing appeal for cross-border shoppers
With the weak Canadian dollar and the growth of online shopping, analysts predict more Canadians will stay home this year rather than join the mass shopping hysteria that pervades U.S.
Why it makes sense to use your TFSA to get out of debt this Christmas  Financial Post
CKWS TV NEWS: Black Friday sales north of the border  CKWS
Goldcorp Inc stops operations at Northern Ontario mine to investigate fatal ...
Goldcorp Inc., the largest gold producer by market value, suspended operations at a mine in Northern Ontario as authorities investigate a fatal accident.
Falling rocks kill Goldcorp (G) worker at Northern Ontario mine  Stockhouse
Scoop operator dies after rock fall at Goldcorp's Musselwhite mine
Ontario's budget deficit dips to $7.5 billion, says Sousa
Ontario is bleeding $1 billion less in red ink than the government had forecast, Finance Minister Charles Sousa has revealed. Sousa announced Thursday the provincial deficit for this year is $7.5 billion, below the $8.5 billion the Liberals had ...
Wynne drowns us in debt and taxes  Toronto Sun
Ontario deficit drops by $1 billion, which is 'mainly the result' of ...  National Post
Resolute suspends forestry operations in Quebec region, affecting 180 jobs
MONTREAL -- Resolute Forest Products is suspending indefinitely its wood-cutting operations in Quebec's Mauricie region near Trois-Rivieres.
Resolute Forest Products says it won't seek new FSC certifications  The Province
Resolute Announces Reinstatement of FSC Certification in Ontario  CNNMoney
EDC: Quebec exports expected to surge this year and next
MONTREAL - A new forecast by the Canadian government's lending agency says Quebec's highly diversified economy is on track for a 10 per cent increase in exports this year and eight per cent growth in 2016.
Aerospace sector powers Quebec exports  MM&D
Nearly 40 per cent of people have struggled to pay bills in past 12 months: poll
TORONTO - A new survey from Manulife Bank suggests that nearly 40 per cent of Canadians have struggled to cover their household expenses at least once in the past year.
Survey: 38 per cent struggled to pay household bills in past year  CTV News
Four in 10 Canadian homeowners struggling to make ends meet: Survey