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TSX plunges again as oil prices collapse
The Toronto stock market extended its losses Friday as energy stocks continued to sell off in the wake of a collapse in oil prices while miners and copper prices fell heavily on Chinese economic concerns.
Canadian Natural Resources chairman sees oil touching US$30 a barrel  Vancouver Sun
Gas prices frozen by dollar  Castanet.net
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Entrepreneurs beyond the oilpatch taking crude price slump in stride
For International Motor Cars, a luxury dealership in Calgary, the oilpatch is big business. But as crude prices have shifted into a lower gear, so too has demand for posh rides from energy industry customers, said general sales manager David Baker.
Gas prices tumbling along with crude oil, but lower dollar is a headwind  CTV News
Businesses take crude price slump in stride  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
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Canada budget deficit shrinks in first six months of 2014/15
OTTAWA Nov 28 (Reuters) - The Canadian government ran a budget deficit of C$744 million ($653 million) in the first six months of the 2014/15 fiscal year, down from C$10.35 billion in the April-September period of 2013, the finance department said on ...
Ottawa reports $379-million surplus in September  The Globe and Mail
Ottawa posts $400M surplus for September compared with $3.8B deficit a year ago  CanadianBusiness.com
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Detection of information security breaches drops in Canada, PwC says
The detection rate for information security breaches among Canadian businesses has dropped 15% since last year, according to a new report from PwC.
Employees, former employees top source of security incidents, ahead of hackers  Vancouver Sun (blog)
Companies losing out to cybercrime: PwC  WantChinaTimes
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UPDATE: 403 open to traffic after being closed 10 hours from landslide
A driver took this photo of a landslide on the 403 between Main and York on Friday morning. CONGESTION. Kaz Novak,The Hamilton Spectator.
Highway 403 reopens in Hamilton  Toronto Star
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IMF lauds World Trade Organization's decisions on TFA, food security
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the World Trade Organization's (WTO) decisions on the trade facilitation agreement (TFA) and public stock holding for food security purposes would provide an opportunity for advancing multilateral trade ...
IMF lauds World Trade Organization decisions on TFA, food security  Economic Times
Govt claims victory at WTO  Times of India
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BCE looks to grow distribution power with Glentel as 'double cohort' looms
BCE Inc. is expanding its distribution power ahead of what is expected to be a crucial period for the wireless industry with a $594-million cash-and-stock deal to buy independent cellphone retailer Glentel Inc. The deal will give the company ownership of ...
BCE to buy mobile phone retailer Glentel for $594M  Toronto Sun
BCE Inc looks to solidify retail footprint with $594M purchase of Glentel Inc  Financial Post
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Deal made to end Jenpeg occupation
Manitoba Hydro workers have full access to the Jenpeg generating station staff-housing complex after an agreement was inked to end a two-month occupation of the site by Cross Lake Cree protesters.
Protesters end occupation of Manitoba hydro dam after agreeing to negotiations  The Globe and Mail
Jenpeg lockout ends with Hydro promise to make good on 1977 deal  Winnipeg Sun
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AltaLink sale gets approval from Alberta Utilities Commission
The Alberta Utilities Commission has approved the sale of AltaLink to a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. The American company is owned by Warren Buffet and has already received approval for the $3.2-billion deal from Industry Canada.
Regulator approves controversial sale to Warren Buffett company  Calgary Herald
Utilities commission approves sale of AltaLink to Buffett company  Edmonton Journal
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Black Friday deals attract Christmas shoppers, but weather, work keep crowds ...
EDMONTON - For Agye Badu, Black Friday is better than Boxing Day because it comes at the right time - before Christmas. �I found some really good deals, as good as Boxing Day,� said Badu, who had never gone shopping on Black Friday before.
Black Friday sales bring out the crowds in Georgia-Carolina  NBC26.tv
Black Friday roundup: Ready, set ... shop  Toronto Star
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