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As Liberals' honeymoon winds down, focus will be on Morneau's mini-budget
OTTAWA - If you blinked, it might appear that Bill Morneau has hit his policy stride. One year after the Liberals ousted the Conservative government, Canada's finance minister can check off more than a handful of promises from the election campaign ...
Feds hope to sell global investors, Canadians on Canada's economic potential
Liberals pledge to keep debt targets even as economic growth weakens  The Globe and Mail
Toronto Star  
Friday's TSX breakouts: This stock has a 4.6% yield in a sector gaining momentum
On the economic front, there are no Canadian releases today; however, in the U.S., third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) will a key statistic to take note of.
Stockhouse @ the Bell: U.S. markets wobble on Clinton e-mail scandal  Stockhouse
Toronto markets up after three-day drop with energy earnings, oil price ...  Financial Post
CIBC paying $73M to compensate clients overcharged on investment fees
CIBC investment dealers will pay more than $73 million to compensate clients who were inadvertently overcharged fees, Ontario's securities regulator says.
CIBC to reimburse clients more than $73 million after charging 'excess ...  Financial Post
CIBC to repay $73 million after overcharging clients for 14 years  CTV News
Foreign buyers plunge to 1.3 per cent of Metro Vancouver home sales
VANCOUVER -- The British Columbia government says the rate of foreign investment in Metro Vancouver real estate has fallen to 1.3 per cent since the introduction of a new tax targeting international buyers.
Foreign buyers 1.3 per cent of Vancouver-region real estate sales since tax  The Globe and Mail
Foreign buyers account for 1.8% of September Metro Vancouver real estate ...  Am730 Vancouver Traffic News
Dakota Access pipeline protesters use burned vehicles to block highway
Protesters ousted from private land where they tried to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline burned vehicles and built roadblocks along a North Dakota state highway where they faced off Friday with authorities.
Dakota Access pipeline protesters relocated, more than 100 arrested  Toronto Star
Tensions Escalate As Police Clear Protesters Near Dakota Access Pipeline  NPR
Here are the Ontario grocery stores selling wine, beer and cider
BRAMPTON, Ont. -- Wine is now available on the shelves of select grocery stores across Ontario. Eventually, the Liberal government says beer and cider will be available in up to 450 grocery stores, and 300 of those will also be selling wine.
Ontario's cancer agency warns about possible risks as grocery stores ...
Wine available at selected grocery stores in Ontario starting today  Toronto Star
Mean Girls sequel? Rachel McAdams 'into it' if Tina Fey is on board
TORONTO -- Canadian actress Rachel McAdams is putting her name in for a "Mean Girls" sequel -- as long as screenwriter Tina Fey is attached.
Leafs to honour indigenous people during game against Oilers  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
'He was everything to our family:' Daughter remembers Jim Prentice ...  660 News
Cracking down on Halloween fireworks: Police and fire issuing warnings in ...
Halloween is days away and with the trick or treat-sized fun comes a warning from police and emergency services to stay safe when it comes to fireworks.
City of Surrey cracks down on illegal fireworks
Police issue warning ahead of expected Halloween hijinks  News1130
Imperial Oil quarterly profit tops $1B for first time in over 2 years
Imperial Oil Chairman, President & CEO Rich Kruger at a press conference after the company's annual general meeting in Calgary, Alberta on April 24, 2014.
Imperial Oil's profit beats on lower costs  The Globe and Mail
Imperial Oil Q3 profit edges above $1 billion, thanks to sale of gas stations
Riches for research
The BC government announced $3.4 million in new funding for research at UBC Friday, which will benefit seven research projects at the Okanagan campus and 15 in Vancouver.
Funding coming to UBC's 'cutting-edge research'