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Mill Street loses indie appeal with Labatt takeover, gains access to new customers
Mill Street Brewery's takeover by the world's largest beer conglomerate will bring craft beer to new customers across Canada even as it damages the Toronto-based brand's indie appeal among local beer aficionados.
Craft beer growing in popularity  CTV News
Labatt gains organic capacity with Mill St.  London Free Press
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Bombardier in talks with North American airlines on C Series jet orders
Canada's Bombardier Inc. said on Friday it is in advanced discussions to sell its new C Series jet to airlines in North America, without identifying the prospective buyers.
Bombardier says in talks with North American airlines on CSeries jet orders  Reuters
Bombardier says it has no plans to kill CSeries after approaching Airbus  CTV News
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.
Change text size for the story  London Free Press
Politicians say glass half-empty, half-full as job stats released
Stock Markets Soared This Week, But Canada's Rally Ended With A Whimper
The New York Stock Exchange just closed out its best week this year, but the Toronto Stock Exchange's rally fizzled Friday, ending a five-day winning streak.
MARKET REPORT: TSX enjoys banner week, 600-point gain
The close: TSX ends barely lower, ending rally  The Globe and Mail
Updated prospectus for Hydro One sale estimates share price at $19 to $21
TORONTO -- Ontario's Liberal government says it expects to raise $1.7 billion from the initial public offering of 15 per cent of Hydro One.
Ontario to raise up to C$1.87 billion in Hydro One IPO  Reuters Canada
Hydro One shares to go for between $19 and $21  Toronto Star
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 Survey Suggests Business Sentiment Remains Tepid  Wall Street Journal
US Steel moves closer to separating from Canadian operation
HAMILTON -- U.S. Steel says an Ontario court has approved a transition plan that will help it separate from its Canadian branch. The company says highlights of the plan include U.S.
Judge sides with U.S. Steel  Hamilton Spectator
Ontario Court approves US Steel's plan to separate Canadian unit  Reuters Canada
Venue dismisses all parking attendants, says $1 million missing
An Edmonton not-for-profit venue laid off its entire fleet of parking attendants without cause earlier this week, after it said more than $1-million of revenue was unaccounted for.
Half of audited cashiers had discrepancies at the till, says Edmonton's ...  Edmonton Journal
How Edmonton's Northlands discovered it was losing up to $100K a month ...  MetroNews Canada
Twitter plans layoffs next week: Report
Twitter Inc. is planning company-wide layoffs next week, technology news website Re/code reported on Friday, citing sources. The news comes after Jack Dorsey was appointed permanent chief executive on Monday.
Twitter Said to Cut Jobs With Dorsey at the Helm  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Twitter plans layoffs next week: Re/code  Reuters Canada
Oregon pot stores sell more than $11 million in first 5 days
SALEM, Oregon (AP) " Retailers sold more than $11 million of marijuana during Oregon's first week of legal recreational sales, outpacing the early business done in other states that have legalized pot, according to the Oregon Retailers of Cannabis ...
High times: Pot sales hit $11 million in first week in Oregon, topping CO ...  RT
Oregon sells $10.8 million worth of pot in the first 6 days  Q13 FOX