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The close: TSX drops as OPEC policy hits energy stocks
The Toronto stock market tumbled more than 100 points as energy stocks sold off and crude prices plunged to multi-year lows - below $70 (U.
TSX drops as energy shares dive after OPEC meeting  Reuters Canada
Oil plunges as Opec tests the mettle of US shale industry  Financial Times
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Work stoppage will also delay Tembec's boiler project
In response to Unifor Local 233's decision to go on strike effective Nov. 26, Tembec has ceased operations at its Temiscaming, Quebec industrial complex, which comprises four main facilities manufacturing specialty pulp, high-yield pulp, multi-ply coated ...
Tembec production halted due to strike at Temiscaming lumber mill  Market Business News
Tembec halts production at Temiscaming lumber mill after strike  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
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Cost of wine under new B.C. liquor laws could skyrocket
VANCOUVER - Wine merchants in B.C. are raising concerns over a new wholesale pricing system. Starting this April, costs could jump for higher-end bottles by as much as $40.
Wine merchants warn of skyrocketing costs under new pricing scheme (with video)  Vancouver Sun
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Ontario's economy poised for growth, forecast shows
Stronger business investment and a robust U.S. economy will finally pull Ontario's economy out of its doldrums in 2015, according to a new forecast from the Conference Board of Canada.
Resource-rich provinces expected to reap biggest economic benefits in 2015 ...  Financial Post
Unemployment to stay dire everywhere east of Manitoba, study warns  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
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Canada Posts Narrowest Current Account Deficit Since 2008
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 current account deficit smallest in six years  Market Business News
Canada's Q3 current account deficit shrinks to $8.4B  Edmonton Examiner
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DIAMONDS: A-21 pipe development okayed at Diavik
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES - The decision has been made to proceed with development of the A-21 pipe at the Diavik diamond mine near Lac de Gras.
Diavik's A-21 pipe a go  The Northern Miner (subscription)
Canada's Diavik diamond mine to be expanded  CTV News
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Lower energy, metal prices to mask export volume growth in 2015, says EDC
MONTREAL - Falling energy and metal prices will mask healthy Canadian export volumes next year, Export Development Canada's chief economist said Thursday.
Lower prices mask strong export growth: EDC  Stockhouse
Quebec's Strong Economic Forecast Built on Rising US Demand and Weak CAD  Digital Journal
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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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Chief Stewart Phillip arrested at Kinder Morgan protest
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs has been arrested at the ongoing Kinder Morgan protest on Burnaby Mountain.
BC grand chief crosses Burnaby Mountain police line to support 'brave ...  Calgary Herald
Pipeline protesters chain themselves to Vancouver courthouse  CTV News
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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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