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Alberta's securities regulator gives COS shareholders breathing room
Alberta's securities regulator has given Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. shareholders more time to find a rival offer, but it struck down a rights plan the company adopted to help thwart Suncor Energy Inc.'s $4.3-billion takeover - raising questions about ...
Canadian Oil Sands can stall Suncor Energy's hostile takeover bid for a ...  Calgary Herald
Canadian Oil Sands' 'Poison Pill' Plan Upheld by Regulator  Wall Street Journal
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TSX posts triple-digit gain; US indexes lower amid slow start to holiday shopping
TORONTO - An uptick in the price of gold helped boost the Toronto stock market to a higher close, while U.S. markets finished lower following indications of a relatively tepid start to the holiday shopping season.
TSX up, Dow down; loonie advances slightly  CTV News
Seaspan asks feds to reconsider $750m Harper government contract awarded to ...
Jonathan Whitworth, CEO of North Vancouver's Seaspan shipyards, is calling on the new Liberal government to reconsider a contract reportedly worth over $750 million that was directly awarded to a Quebec shipyard.
Ottawa confirms $587-million deal for navy supply ship at Quebec's Davie ...  Bay Today
UPDATE 5-IMF gives China's currency prized reserve asset status
... * China's yuan to join Special Drawing Rights basket. * Yuan to enter in Oct. 2016 with 10.92 pct share. * Review cuts euro share, adds weight to financial flows.
China Sees No Need for Yuan Depreciation After IMF Move  Wall Street Journal
China bourses positive after renminbi joins IMF elite  Financial Times
CFIA says small amount of feed likely cause of Alberta mad cow disease case
EDMONTON - Canada's food safety watchdog says a small amount of leftover contaminated feed was the most plausible cause of mad cow disease discovered in a cow last winter on an Alberta farm.
Contaminated feed likely cause of Alberta BSE case  News Talk 770 Calgary
Mad Cow Case Was Caused By Small Amount Of Contaminated Feed  Huffington Post Canada
Target website stumbles on Cyber Monday, rivals out of stock
CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. shoppers seeking to avoid the holiday crowds at bricks-and-mortar stores and snare deals on Cyber Monday came face-to-face with traffic jams and product sellouts, with some customers of Target Corp forced to wait in a virtual line.
Cyber Monday spending is big...especially using mobile  Detroit Free Press
Cyber Monday Could Turn Out To Be Largest Online Sales Day in History: Adobe
GO fares to climb but some breaks coming for Union Pearson Express riders
Most GO Transit riders can expect to pay more for their commute starting Feb. 1. But some Union Pearson Express (UPX) train tickets are going down.
GO fares expected to rise in new year, but Union-Pearson Express could go down  CityNews
Drivers' union wants more buses, not route reductions
The union representing Metro Vancouver bus drivers is decrying TransLink's plans to shift buses from less-crowded routes to higher-demand ones, saying it will lead to more people abandoning transit for their vehicles instead.
Union demands 500 buses, 1500 drivers  24 Hours Vancouver
Adding buses is the most affordable way to immediately improve public ...  News1130
The number of seniors relying on Ontario food banks on the rise: report
A new report shows singles and seniors are increasingly relying on Ontario's food banks. Volunteers were busy sorting through the donations at the Barrie Food bank on Monday for the Christmas Food Drive.
Singles, seniors increasingly rely on food banks, report urges job, housing ...  Hamilton Spectator
Singles and Seniors Making More Withdrawals from Ontario Food Banks: Report
#GivingTuesday: When the shopping ends, the giving begins
NEW YORK -- At the "Giving Tuesday" command cenral in New York City, volunteers are gearing up for December 1st. The whole idea of Giving Tuesday started at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan.
GivingTuesday an antidote to overspending on Black Friday  Calgary Herald
Empty Stocking Fund: Giving Tuesday kicks off peak season for charities  The Province