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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 07:33:29 GMT


Crucial BOJ stimulus advances markets
Saskatoon StarPhoenix
The Toronto stock market ran ahead sharply Friday on relief that another major central bank is stepping up to help keep the global economic recovery on track. The S&P/TSX composite index jumped 154.63 points to 14,613.32 after the Bank of Japan ...
Gold, silver sink to 2010 lows on rocketing dollarReuters
Gold slumps to four-year low as Fed calls time on QEHindustan Times
Canadian stock market rebounds amid Japan's stimulus programXinhua
The Globe and Mail -Reuters Canada -Bangkok Post
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 22:32:17 GMT

GM recall news, $70 oil and another pipeline pitch: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
Readers could perhaps be forgiven for not taking as much notice any more when the words "GM recall" appear in a news story. But a CBC investigation this week has uncovered two distinct bits of news that readers and viewers should pay attention to.
TransCanada Gas Spat Not Solved by Concessions: Union GasBloomberg
TransCanada's epic Energy East application to be processed by 50 NEB staffFinancial Post
Automatic Coating Limited Supports TransCanada 12-Billion Energy East
Montreal Gazette -Breaking Energy -Natural Gas Intelligence
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 02:35:56 GMT

Financial Post

Joe Oliver Says He'll Balance Budget Despite Falling Oil Prices, Dip In GDP
Huffington Post Canada
Despite falling oil prices and low GDP numbers, federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver promises the budget will be balanced in 2015. | CP. Share 0 · Tweet. 0 · 0. Email 0. Comment 0. tumblr · stumble · reddit. Neither falling oil prices, today's disappointing GDP ...
Canada GDP contracts 0.1 per cent in AugustThe Globe and Mail
August GDP shows first decline of the yearHamilton Spectator
Canada's economy unexpectedly shifts into reverse in August after months of gainsThe Province
Bloomberg -Business in Vancouver
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 13:05:58 GMT


Why excessively low inflation can damage economies
WASHINGTON (AP) — In explaining its surprise move Friday to inject more stimulus into the financial system, the Bank of Japan cited one main factor: Prices that are too low. Japanese central bankers worry that prices are starting to flat-line, especially amid ...
Oil falls for fourth month, longest slump since 2008The Star Online
Japan in Depth / Further easing triggers market shockwavesThe Japan News
Yen slides to 7-year low in LondonBusiness Recorder
Firstpost -The Japan Times
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 19:46:19 GMT

Air Canada service agents call carry-on crackdown too unpleasant
It's been a month since Air Canada launched its carry-on crackdown where customer service agents stop and confront travellers at check-in to ensure their cabin bags meet size limits. Bags that don't make the cut now must be checked. The move has made ...
Air Canada pilots ratify 10-year dealCambridge Times
Air Canada Welcomes Landmark Agreement with its
Checking a bag? Check your wallet; Canadian airlines start charging $25 feeEdmonton Journal

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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 01:46:39 GMT

What's next for Rexall Place?
A new committee has been struck to determine the future of Edmonton's Rexall Place once the new downtown arena opens in 2015. Mayor Don Iveson has joined with the CEOs of ATB Financial, Edmonton Economic Development and others to brainstorm ...
Simons: Reimagining Rexall: What's the future for Northlands, and Edmonton?Edmonton Journal
Future of Edmonton's Rexall Place in the hands of a committeeEdmonton Sun
Northlands names committee to help determine future of Rexall PlaceCTV News
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 07:20:36 GMT


Canadian seniors falling into bankruptcy pit
Winnipeg Free Press
Canadians who should be soaking up the sun and relaxing make up the fastest-growing segment of bankrupt people in the country, BDO Canada reports. A growing number of seniors have reached the end of their financial ropes, says Bruce Caplan, senior ...
More Canadian seniors bankrupt or retiring with massive debtsMarket Business News
Study finds seniors carrying more debtSaskatoon StarPhoenix
Seniors increasingly struggle with debt, bankruptcy: studyRegina Leader-Post
CTV News -Hamilton Spectator
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 22:14:54 GMT

Vancouver Sun

Lower credit card fees for retailers won't help consumers: critics
Waterloo Record
Jessie J says people can't understand how hard it it to be famous unless... Arts & Entertainment SEE MORE · Nicole Scherzinger feels lost · JWoww: Marriage 'doesn't mean anything' · Garth Brooks feels like 'arm candy' · Columnists · Cartoons · Columns ...
Merchants await lower fees on credit card
Cut in fees won't help shoppers: criticsSaskatoon StarPhoenix
Lower credit card fees for retailers won't help consumers, critics sayWinnipeg Free Press
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 18:29:39 GMT

Claude Resources fined $172000 for diesel spill
A Saskatchewan gold mining company has been fined $172,000 for a diesel spill at its SeaBee Mine in January 2013. The spill involved 24,000 litres of diesel fuel from a storage tank at the mine site, approximately 125 kilometres northeast of the town of La ...
Company pleads guilty to northern Sask. fuel spillNews Talk 650 CKOM
Gold mining company fined for fuel spillSaskatoon StarPhoenix
Claude Resources ordered to pay $172K for fuel spill in northern

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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:39:36 GMT


Gold Miners Plunge to 12-Year Low as Metal Drops
Gold producers including industry leader Barrick Gold Corp. (ABX) declined to multiyear lows as the precious metal plunged. The 40-company Standard & Poor's/TSX Global Gold Sector Index fell 4 percent to its lowest level since December 2001. Barrick, the ...
MarketsGold slide deepens, heaps pressure on minersFinancial Times
Canada Stocks to Watch: Golds, LightstreamWall Street Journal (blog)
Barrick faces new setback over Zambia mineThe Globe and Mail

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