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800-pound gorilla thwarted by Bombardier's savvy move: Don Pittis
Boeing's attempt to sabotage Bombardier's dazzling new jet is the best product review the CSeries has ever had. And almost bizarrely, Bombardier's plan to donate a majority stake in the aircraft to the world's second largest aerospace company may be ...
Bombardier's surrender of C Series an act of desperation  The Globe and Mail
CSeries deal: Union has mixed feelings, opposition rails Couillard  CTV News
Financial Post  
OSFI sets new mortgage rules, including stress test for uninsured borrowers
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.
Banking regulator's revised guidelines include financial stress test on ...  CTV News
Canada's banking watchdog sets tougher rules for mortgage lending  Financial Post
Ontario Liberals violating accounting rules to mask impact of cutting hydro ...
Ontario's Liberal government is using inappropriate accounting to keep billions of dollars in red ink off the public books to conceal the financial impact of cutting electricity bills by 25 per cent, the province's Auditor-General warned in a strongly ...
Auditor general blasts Kathleen Wynne's 'Fair Hydro Plan'
Liberals costing us extra $4 billion in interest costs  Toronto Sun
Chris Selley: Sign a Toronto neighbourhood over to Google. Maybe our ...
If you've followed Toronto politics for any length of time, if you've sat through the interminable, often farcical city council meetings, then you know the cynicism it can produce.
With Toronto, Alphabet looks to revolutionize city-building  The Globe and Mail
Google headquarters to headline Toronto's plan for a high-tech ...
Victoria takes top spot of best Canadian cities to be a woman in, Winnipeg low ...
OTTAWA -- A new study suggests Victoria is the best city in Canada to be a woman, despite the wage gap between men and women there worsening slightly in recent years.
The best (and worst) Canadian cities to live in if you're a woman  News1130
Annual report ranks Vancouver as fifth-best city to be a woman in Canada
Ontario MPP wants to stomp out mandatory high heels at work
The decision to wear high heels at work will be firmly in the hands of employees, not employers, under an Ontario Liberal MPP's proposed changes to the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Ontario bosses won't be able to make workers wear high heels if proposed ...
Bill banning mandatory wearing of high heels in work place to be introduced  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
After racist note, Marc Faber resigns from Sprott, Ivanhoe, NovaGold
Marc Faber, the markets prognosticator known as "Dr. Doom," has resigned his board seats at Sprott Inc., Ivanhoe Mines Ltd.
Veteran investor Marc Faber booted from 3rd company after racist comments
Market Commentator and Investor Marc Faber is Facing a Backlash Over Racist ...  Fortune
Marijuana stocks fall as uncertainty over listings grips the sector
The Ontario Securities Commission is refusing to wade into a controversial decision made by Canada's largest stock-exchange operator that could see some cannabis companies doing business south of the border kicked off of the country's two main stock ...
Aphria shares fall even as it digs in heels to remain on TSX amid crackdown
Marijuana producer Aphria inks deal to raise $80M, shares fall after TSX notice  CTV News
Enbridge backtracks on decision to seize assets from environmental group (formerly Forest Ethics) campaign director Karen Mahon speaks to reporters after a bailiff delivered a notice of civil enforcement notifying them of the seizure of assets relating to a $14,559.19 judgement owing to Enbridge from a Line 9 ...
Enbridge changes course in dispute with environmental group  The Globe and Mail
Enbridge balks at seizing assets from environmental group to pay legal costs  Financial Post
TransLink to reach a ridership of over 400 million by year's end
TransLink is set to see its ridership surpass 400 million people by the end of the year after a record-breaking September that was second only to February 2010, when the Olympics were happening.
West Coast Express ridership dips 10 per cent  Maple Ridge News
September was record-breaking month for ridership: 36 million transit boardings