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Freeland more hopeful about saving CETA trade deal
OTTAWA -- International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland was returning to Canada Saturday but not before she left her European counterparts with one more warning to do what it takes to save the Canada-EU free trade deal.
Canada says up to EU to save free trade deal  Reuters Canada
Canada says EU's 'job' to save trade pact  Channel NewsAsia
AT&T agrees to buy Time Warner for $85.4-billion
AT&T Inc said on Saturday it agreed to buy Time Warner Inc for $85.4-billion, the boldest move yet by a telecommunications company to acquire content to stream over its high-speed network to attract a growing number of online viewers.
AT&T is reportedly in talks to buy Time Warner for US$80B  CTV News
AT&T agrees to purchase Time Warner for $85.4B US
Protesters break into Muskrat Falls hydroelectric site, form blockade outside
Protesters broke into the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric site in Labrador and formed a blockade around it, Nalcor Energy confirmed Saturday.
PHOTOS & VIDEO: Inuit rally in Halifax against Muskrat Falls
UPDATED: Premier promises no start to Muskrat Falls reservoir before Tuesday  The Telegram
Sask. realtors: New mortgage rules can hurt first-time homebuyers
There is some bitter news for people looking to buy a home in Canada after Ottawa announced sweeping changes to how Canadians get a mortgage.
Ottawa proposes sweeping changes to spread mortgage risks  The Globe and Mail
Ottawa floats changes to mortgage default rules, targets banks with risk ...  Financial Post
Canadian dollar takes a dive as weak economic data points to possible rate cut
TORONTO -- The loonie took a dive Friday as disappointing economic data coupled with recent comments by Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz hinted that an interest rate cut may be on the horizon.
Canadian dollar drops to lowest level since March, below 75 cents US
Loonie takes dive as weak economic data hints at possible rate cut  Toronto Star
Trudeau Liberals set to join Wynne Liberals in helping rich people buy electric
What is it with our governments and public subsidies for electric vehicles? Federal Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna told The Canadian Press this month the Trudeau government is working on “creating incentives” for Canadians to buy electric ...
If you thought you'll pay much less with Ontario's new hydro deal ...
Ontario to import Quebec electricity annually under 7-year deal  CTV News
India call centre crackdown targets CRA phone scammers
Crooks have raked in a fortune screaming at Canadians on the phone and threatening to lock them up for unpaid taxes, but a crackdown in India has had shocking results.
India call centre raid leads to steep drop in CRA scams: RCMP  CTV News
Authorities in India break up fraud ring targeting Canadians in CRA scam  Times Colonist
SkyTrain network changes start today
Changes on the SkyTrain network take effect today and they could impact how you get around Metro Vancouver. Starting today, the Millennium Line will no longer travel to Waterfront Station in downtown Vancouver.
Skytrain service changes take effect ahead of Evergreen opening
Changes coming to SkyTrain routes starting this weekend  CTV News
Tourmaline buying Shell oil and gas assets in Alberta and BC for $1.4 billion
CALGARY - Tourmaline Oil Corp. (TSX:TOU) is buying a significant package of shale oil and gas assets from Royal Dutch Shell for $1.37 billion, as the energy giant makes a further retreat from Canada.
Shell divests non-core shale acreage in Western Canada for total ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Postmedia to slash salary expenses by 20% through buyouts, possible layoffs
Postmedia says it plans to reduce its salary expenses by 20 per cent through voluntary staff buyouts, adding that layoffs are possible if its target isn't met.
Postmedia plans to cut salary expenses
A look at some of this year's blows to Canada's print media industry  MetroNews Canada