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Oil price falls below $70 US as OPEC leaves output unchanged
The Canadian dollar plunged almost a full U.S. cent Thursday as oil prices fell below US$70 after the OPEC cartel decided not to cut production.
OPEC keeps oil output on hold despite low prices  CTV News
At midday: TSX drops as energy shares dive after OPEC meeting  The Globe and Mail
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Tembec production stopped at Quebec mill as 650 workers go on strike
MONTREAL -- Tembec Inc. has ceased production at its lumber mill in Temiscaming, Que., after workers went on strike late Wednesday.
Production interruption at Tembec's Temiscaming, Quebec industrial complex  Digital Journal
Tembec on strike  The North Bay Nugget
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Rio Tinto Okays Development of A-21 Pipe at Diavik Mine
Dominion Diamond Corp. (TSX:DDC,NYSE:DDC) announced that Rio Tinto plc (ASX:RIO,NYSE:RIO,LSE:RIO) has okayed the development of the A-21 pipe at the Diavik diamond mine.
Rio Tinto approves $350-million expansion of its Diavik diamond mine  Winnipeg Free Press
Rio Tinto sets $350m aside to expand Canada's Diavik diamond mine  MINING.com
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Lower energy, metal prices to mask export volume growth in 2015, says EDC
MONTREAL - The Canadian government's lending agency for exporters says falling energy and metal prices will mask healthy Canadian export volumes next year.
Quebec exports to jump 9% in 2015: EDC economist  Montreal Gazette
Quebec's Strong Economic Forecast Built on Rising US Demand and Weak CAD  Digital Journal
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Canada's Posts Current Account Deficit at Least Since '08
Canada's current account deficit was the narrowest since 2008 in the third quarter as non-energy exports increased and deficits in investment and tourism declined.
Canada's third-quarter current account deficit shrinks to $8.4-billion  The Globe and Mail
Canada's Q3 current account deficit shrinks to $8.4B  Edmonton Examiner
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Valener reports $36.7M profit for 2014 financial year, helped by lower loonie
MONTREAL - Valener Inc. (TSX:VNR), the publicly traded affiliate of Gaz Metro, says it earned $36.7 million its 2014 financial year, helped by higher gas and electricity deliveries in Quebec and Vermont and a lower Canadian dollar.
Valener's recurring net income increases for a third consecutive year  Digital Journal
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Canada payrolls data does not show large gain in September jobs
OTTAWA, (Reuters) - Statistics Canada's payrolls report on Thursday showed a decline of 600 non-farm jobs in September, in stark contrast with the agency's earlier Labour Force Survey, which showed an estimated gain of 74,100 jobs in the month.
Canada's Job Growth At Zero, Says Latest Contradictory StatsCan Survey  Huffington Post Canada
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Saskatchewan government says budget still in black despite sinking oil prices
REGINA - Saskatchewan's finance minister says the province is still projecting a budget in the black for 2014-15 because higher oil prices earlier this year offset a recent slide that has seen them hit four-year lows.
Sask. finances still on track despite low oil prices, finance minister says  CBC.ca
Province says budget still balanced despite sinking oil prices  CTV News
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Finance Minister Joe Oliver on crafting an election-winning budget
It's going on five decades since Joe Oliver left Montreal� for Boston, New York and ultimately Toronto�but he still crosses the street like a Montrealer.
Joe Oliver wants to lower taxpayer exposure to the housing market � but ...  Financial Post
Finance Minister Oliver says no new moves for housing market  CTV News
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Domestic violence follows victims to work, survey finds
Abuse at home follows half of its victims to work, according to a new study which shows the extent to which domestic violence impacts the workplace.
Change text size for the story  London Free Press
Domestic Violence and Its Effect on the Workplace  KelownaNow
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