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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
Edmonton job situation improves, but unemployment up  Edmonton Journal
Vancouver Sun  
Beer company buys another beer company. Here's why the Ontario government ...
It's a sign of just how politicized beer sales have become that Ontario's ministry of finance felt the need Friday to respond to the purchase of a popular craft brewer.
CARROLL ON THE NEWS | Labatt Buys Mill St. Brewery  640 Toronto News
Labatt buying Mill Street Brewery is actually not a bad thing for craft beer ...  Toronto Life (blog)
Hydro One shares to go for between $19 and $21
A single share of Hydro One will cost about the same as a 12-pack of beer. The Ontario government, which is privatizing the hydro utility and expanding sales of six-packs of beer into supermarkets, announced the offering price of Hydro One shares will ...
Hydro One to IPO 81 million shares at $19 to $21 each
UPDATE 1-Ontario to raise up to C$1.87 billion in Hydro One IPO  Reuters UK
The close: TSX ends barely lower, ending rally
Canada's main stock index fell slightly on Friday, ending a winning streak at five sessions as energy stocks pulled back from a recent rally.
Toronto stock market sees its best week this year, soaring more than 600 points  Calgary Herald
Loonie spikes, oil above US$50 a barrel as American dollar weakens  CTV News
US Steel pensioners anxiously awaiting court decision about health benefits
Thousands of retired steelworkers are on edge Friday as they wait to hear if a court judge will let U.S. Steel Canada out of paying their health care benefits.
Judge sides with U.S. Steel Canada  Hamilton Spectator
Judge rules in favour of US Steel Canada  AM900 CHML
Environment Canada, RCMP raid Vale Sudbury office on Fisheries Act investigation
SUDBURY, Ont. - Environment Canada and the RCMP raided one of Vale SA's Sudbury, Ont. offices Thursday as part of an investigation into the company's alleged violation of the Fisheries Act in 2012, the company said Friday.
Raid related to 2012 allegations: Vale  The Sudbury Star
Environment Canada takes files, computers from Vale
CEO defends mass firing of parking cashiers at Edmonton Oilers rink
EDMONTON - The CEO of the group that runs several venues, including the NHL arena in Edmonton, is defending his decision to fire all the parking lot cashiers amid allegations of rampant theft.
Half of audited cashiers had discrepancies at the till, says Edmonton's ...  Edmonton Journal
Commuters get 72 new parking spots at King GO station
King Go station has expanded its parking, adding 72 new parking spots for commuters, bringing the lot to a total of 502 spots. Commuters can access these new spots starting Oct. 13, and there is more coming.
More GO Parking for Commuters in King City  Government of Ontario News
GO adds new parking to crowded King City station  MetroNews Canada
Business outlook tepid as commodities price slide weighs on economy
Business sentiment in Canada remains tepid overall, according to the Bank of Canada, as the adverse effects of weak commodity prices work their way through the economy.
Bank of Canada says business confidence 'tepid' as oil shock lingers  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Bank of Canada says business confidence 'tepid' as low commodity ...  Financial Post
Clearwater Seafood reaches across Atlantic to buy Macduff Shellfish for $195 M
HALIFAX - The chief executive officer of Clearwater Seafoods says a deal to buy Macduff Shellfish Group for the equivalent of C$195 million will be "transformational" for the Nova Scotia-based company, strengthening its global market position and ...
Canadian firm to buy Macduff Shellfish for �100m  BBC News
Clearwater Seafood reaches across the Atlantic to buy Macduff Shellfish for ...