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National Bank cuts jobs in shift to digital
National Bank's major staff shakeup is designed to help it adapt to a technological shift in the banking industry, it says. (Graham Hughes / THE CANADIAN PRESS).
National Bank cutting 600 jobs as part of digital shift
National Bank of Canada to cut 600 jobs, embrace digital era  The Globe and Mail
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Police begin arresting pipeline protesters in North Dakota
Armed soldiers and law enforcement officers dressed in riot gear on Thursday began arresting protesters who had set up a camp on private land to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Police advance slowly on oil North Dakota oil pipeline protest camp  CTV News
Dakota Access Pipeline: Authorities start removing protesters  CNN
The close: Energy stocks help end TSX's slide
Canadian stocks rose on Thursday, snapping a three-day slide as some key companies posted healthy earnings and crude bounced back slightly from the lowest levels in three weeks.
Toronto markets up after three-day drop with energy earnings, oil price ...  Financial Post
Price of oil rises after three-day losing streak; TSX inches higher
Barrick's Argentina projects likeliest for partnership deals, top executive says
Barrick Gold Corp hopes to develop a “steady stream” of projects on its land in the El Indio belt in Argentina, making it the likeliest candidate for a partnership deal, a top executive said in an interview on Thursday.
Barrick Gold posts higher third-quarter earnings, raises production forecast
Barrick reports $175M net earnings  Elko Daily Free Press
Agrium-Potash merger set for shareholder approval: source
Shareholders of Agrium Inc. and Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. are set to overwhelmingly approve a merger of the two fertilizer producers, according to a source familiar with the situation, despite initial skepticism from Agrium investors.
PotashCorp Q3 profit plunges despite record volumes  CTV News
Employees trapped in Agrium potash mine elevator for 6 hours
No meaningful consultation on $11B Pacific Northwest LNG project: chief
Chief Yahaan (Donnie Wesley), of the Gitwilgyoots Tribe of the Tsimshian Nation, speaks outside federal court in downtown Vancouver on Thursday about his judicial review seeking to overturn Ottawa's approval of the Pacific Northwest LNG project.
Feds defend Pacific NorthWest LNG decision as court challenges filed
Environmental and Aboriginal groups officially launch lawsuits against PNW LNG
Moose Jaw voters reject city plan to charge neighbourhood residents for ...
People in Moose Jaw voted for the city to foot the bill for replacing water and sewer mains in the city. Along with voting for mayor, councillors and school trustees, the election included a referendum on how to pay for replacing its old cast iron ...
City of Moose Jaw to pay for cast iron water mains after referendum sweep
Newfoundland and Labrador reminds Quebec about Canadian values on hydro project
QUEBEC - The Newfoundland and Labrador government is reminding Quebec about the importance of being a good neighbour. Finance Minister Cathy Bennett said today she was disappointed Quebec asked the federal government to not extend a loan ...
NL finance minister 'disappointed' by Quebec's opposition to ...
Rising oil prices help improve gloomy Newfoundland financial picture  Cape Breton Post
PEI business optimism remains strong
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) says business optimism on P.E.I. remains strong and is near the highest in Canada.
Forty percent of small businesses in Alberta may cut staff in next three months:  Calgary Sun
Small business optimism in Manitoba increases  Winnipeg Free Press
Watchdog wants more data on groundwater
Glad to be back at home after a great two-week holiday in Ireland and... Oct 19, 2016 Audrey thinks her luck is looking up when she is asked on date.
Ontario's moose, bat populations in danger: provincial report
Steep decline in the population of Ontario moose. Here's why  The Weather Network