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Justin Trudeau joins premier, mayor at TTC line 1 extension opening
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined the Ontario premier and Toronto mayor at the opening of the new subway extension, where service begins for transit riders on Sunday.
New $3.2B subway extension will improve 'life for hardworking people ...  Toronto Star
Protesters claim unpaid wages during new subway's ceremonial opening  CTV News
Government of Ontario News  
Blame FCC Chairman For Killing Net Neutrality, But Leave His Race Out Of It
Chairman Ajit Pai speaks ahead of the vote on the repeal of so-called net neutrality rules at the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C.
5 crazy things that happened as the FCC voted to undo its net neutrality rules  Washington Post
Don't Be Afraid of the Net Neutrality Repeal  Bloomberg
TD Canada Trust backs down, releases family's $846K inheritance
TD Canada Trust has apologized to an Ontario family and released more than $846,000, hours after CBC News reported that their original bank draft had been lost by UPS.
An $846000 Inheritance Got Lost In Transit. That Was In February  NPR
Courier company loses $943172 package, offers $36 refund for ' ...  New Zealand Herald
Bitcoin price nears $18000 US as second futures contract set to start trading
Bitcoin blasted to another all-time high of almost $18,000 US on the Bitstamp exchange on Friday, up 9 per cent on the day, as warnings grew over the risks of investing in the highly volatile and speculative instrument.
At the open: TSX rises, boosted by Linamar on acquisition news  The Globe and Mail
France's Umalis Group to allow billing in bitcoins  Reuters Canada
VIDEO: Halifax convention centre officially opens five years after first proposed
HALIFAX - The convention centre portion of a massive $500-million construction project that dominates downtown Halifax has officially opened its doors, several years behind schedule.
Big, bright Halifax Convention Centre opens doors
Halifax Convention Centre Opens  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Provincial review of BC Ferries service to launch in January
The provincial government will take a closer look at the services provided by B.C. Ferries beginning in the new year. DARRYL DYCK / THE CANADIAN PRESS.
BC government to launch coastal ferry review in January  Terrace Standard
Province to launch review of BC Ferries in January  CTV Vancouver Island
Bitcoin more of a gamble than investment, Bank of Canada governor warns
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz is sounding the alarm on Bitcoin, calling the purchase of the cryptocurrency “closer to gambling than investing.
What every Canadian investor needs to know today  The Globe and Mail
Debt-to-household income ratio rises in Q3  Ottawa Business Journal
Auto sector a drag on Canadian factory sales: Statscan
GM employees work on the line at the GM Canada assembly plant in Oshawa, Ont. Tuesday, April 27, 2010. Darren Calabrese/THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese/THE CANADIAN PRESS.
Canadian manufacturing activity unexpectedly cooled in October
Canada: Monthly Survey of Manufacturing, October 2017  MarketPulse (blog)
Slumping home sales to cost economy $1 billion and almost 12000 jobs next year ...
TORONTO - The Canadian Real Estate Association said Thursday its lower home sales forecast will cost the economy $1 billion next year - as the impact of tighter mortgage regulations that come into effect New Year's Day take a toll on the sector.
Canada Housing Sales Rebound in November  Fox Business
Sales in Canada boosted in November by surge of activity in Greater Toronto  Property Wire
Labrador Iron Ore Royalty (LIF) Given a C$26.50 Price Target by Scotiabank ...
Labrador Iron Ore Royalty logo Labrador Iron Ore Royalty (TSE:LIF) received a C$26.50 target price from investment analysts at Scotiabank in a research note issued to investors on Friday.
Watching the Tape Move for Kelt Exploration Ltd (KEL.TO) and Labrador Iron ...  Akron Register
The week's most oversold and overbought stocks on the TSX  The Globe and Mail