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Bombardier jump as much as 26% on CSeries deal with Airbus
Bombardier shares jumped as much as 26 per cent in Toronto on Tuesday, the first trading window since news emerged Monday evening that the company had signed a partnership with rival Airbus to make and market its CSeries jets.
Morning Update: Nenshi re-elected; Bombardier turns to Airbus  The Globe and Mail
How the CSeries deal could end up changing the world's aerospace industry  Financial Post
Toronto Sun  
OSFI finalizes new mortgage rules, including stress test for even uninsured ...
Canada's top banking regulator has published the final version of its new mortgage rules, which include a requirement to "stress test" borrowers with uninsured loans to ensure they could withstand higher interest rates.
Canada's banking watchdog sets tougher rules for mortgage lending  Financial Post
Canada's banking regulator raises bar for uninsured mortgages  The Globe and Mail
Marijuana producer Aphria inks deal to raise $80M, shares fall after TSX notice
LEAMINGTON, Ont. -- Shares in Aphria Inc. fell nearly 10 per cent in early trading as the marijuana producer announced a deal to raise $80 million even as questions swirled about the future of its listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Aphria shares fall as TMX review casts uncertainty over marijuana industry  The Globe and Mail
Marijuana producer Aphria calls TSX staff notice 'extremely broad'  News1130
Auditor General blasts Kathleen Wynne's 'Fair Hydro Plan'
The Wynne government is not properly accounting for the $26 billion in debt the province is taking on to cut the price of hydro, Ontario's auditor general said in a critical report released Tuesday.
Ontario government obscuring true cost of cuts to hydro bills, auditor ...  CTV News
Liberals costing us extra $4 billion in interest costs  Toronto Sun
The Drilldown: Methane from oil and gas worse than thought, says study
Alberta may be badly underestimating the methane emissions arising from its oil and gas sector, according to research out this morning from Carleton University.
'If we thought it was bad, it's worse:' Alberta methane releases ...  CBC.ca
High hydro rates killed Ontario jobs: Study
Soaring electricity prices resulted in 75,000 fewer manufacturing jobs for Ontarians since the recession, a new report says. Rising Electricity Costs and Declining Employment in Ontario's Manufacturing Sector - a report prepared by Ross McKitrick and ...
75000 manufacturing jobs lost — that's the price of Ontario's ...  Financial Post
High, increasing electricity prices have cost Ontario more than 74000 ...  Canada Free Press (blog)
Former governor-general David Johnston to become executive adviser at Deloitte ...
David Johnston waves as he leaves following a ceremonial tree planting to commemorate the end of his mandate at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, on Sept.
David Johnston, former governor general, joins Deloitte as adviser  CBC.ca
New job for former Governor General Johnston  570 News
Sears Canada expects liquidation sales will start on Thursday (October 19)
Beleaguered retailer Sears Canada has obtained court approval to sell all of its inventory, furniture, fixtures, and equipment. RELATED STORIES.
Lots for consumers to think about with the demise of Sears  BCLocalNews
Sears store closing liquidation sales to officially begin this week  KamloopsBCNow
TSX futures edged higher on Tuesday, along with oil prices after Iraqi forces ...
Canada stock futures edged higher on Tuesday, along with oil prices after Iraqi forces took control of oil fields in Kirkuk and U.S.
Futures Edge up Tuesday  Baystreet.ca (blog)
Bidding frenzy starts for Amazon's massive second headquarters as cities make ...
The fight is on to lure Amazon's second headquarters - and 50,000 jobs - to one U.S. city. Tuesday is the second of four days in which cities can submit proposals for the sprawling HQ.
Bombardier to partner with Airbus on CSeries program  CBC.ca
Dow Breaks 23000!: LIVE MARKETS BLOG  TheStreet.com