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Layoff notices as GM plant strike effects spread
Layoff notices have been handed out to hundreds of workers at the General Motors transmission-making factory in St. Catharines, Ont.
GM workers invite employer to renew negotiations as Magna halts parts supply  News1130
CAMI strike could put pressure on GM due to Equinox's popularity  Globalnews.ca
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TTC suing Manulife over its role in multi-million dollar benefits scam
The TTC is suing its insurer, Manulife, for up to $5 million in connection with a health benefits scam that allegedly involved more than 150 former employees.
TTC suing Manulife over alleged benefits fraud scheme  CTV News
TTC launches multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Manulife Financial  MetroNews Canada
Liliane Bettencourt, L'Oreal's billionaire heiress, dies at 94
Bettencourt, the only child of L'Oreal's founder Eugene Schueller, owned about one-third of the company's shares. During her lifetime, the Paris-based company grew from a small hair-dye supplier into the largest maker of beauty products.
L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies at age 94  TheChronicleHerald.ca
L'Oreal Heiress and World's Richest Woman Dies Aged 94  Fortune
Marijuana economics: predicting Ontario's legal pot market
When you look closely at the projections for recreational marijuana demand once pot is legalized in this country, you have to wonder what some of the analysts are smoking.
Could These Be The 5 Cannabis Companies To Watch In 2017  Baystreet.ca
Ontario mulls selling pot for less than black-market price  Financial Post
Bombardier says NAFTA talks not factor into relocation of Q400 work
Bombardier Inc. will not factor the fraught NAFTA renegotiations into a decision on whether to shift component work on its Q400 plane from Toronto to Mexico or another lower-cost region, the Canadian plane and train maker said Tuesday.
Terence Corcoran: Trudeau fires the shots of war — and hits himself in the ...  Financial Post
Bombardier eyes plan B amid dispute over C Series  The Globe and Mail
Site C review panel confident: final report will be on time
Site C dam along the Peace River near Fort St. John. April 2017 Photograph By JONATHAN HAYWARD, The Canadian Press. Related. Report flags concerns about Site C hydroelectric dam project.
Work continues on Site C despite uncertainty following BCUC report  Globalnews.ca
Utilities commission seeks more data on Site C before final recommendation  TheChronicleHerald.ca
US stock market regulator urging corporate cybersecurity upgrades is hacked
The U.S. federal agency responsible for ensuring that markets function as they should and for protecting investors was hacked last year and the intruders may have used the nonpublic information they obtained to profit illegally.
Hack of Wall Street regulator rattles investors, lawmakers  Reuters
SEC says hackers may have illegally traded using stolen insider information  The Globe and Mail
The close: TSX extends 14-week high
Canada's main stock index ended higher on Thursday, extending a 14-week high on the back of gains for heavyweight energy and financial stocks.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Financial Post
Financials and energy sectors boost TSX, Wall St. down on rate hike expectations  CTV News
New CRTC chair Ian Scott sees role as defending public interest
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. close panel. � 2017 The Globe and Mail Inc. All Rights Reserved.
No 'top priorities', but a full telecom agenda greets new CRTC head ...  Financial Post
National Bank website error exposes personal info of nearly 400 customers
National Bank of Canada signage is displayed outside a branch in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, on Monday, Aug. 28, 2017. Ben Nelms/Bloomberg via Getty Images.
Web glitch exposes personal info on hundreds of National Bank clients  Montreal Gazette
National Bank of Canada says tech glitch may have exposed customer data  Reuters