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Bombardier shares 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.
Bombardier says Airbus deal puts it on strong legal ground to avoid CSeries ...  CTV News
Airbus takes Bombardier to the cleaners with C Series deal  The Globe and Mail
Toronto Star  
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
New mortgage rules to require stress test even with large down payment
Ontario's financial watchdog sounds alarm over hydro-rate cut
Auditor general Bonnie Lysyk warns Liberals' 25-per-cent hydro rebate could cost an additional $4B over the next 30 years. Ontario Auditor general Bonnie Lysyk: “The accounting proposed by the government is wrong, and, if used, would make the province ...
Auditor general blasts Kathleen Wynne's 'Fair Hydro Plan'
Ontario government obscuring true financial impact of cuts to hydro bills: AG  CTV News
Toronto ranked 10th best city for women in Canada, study says
A study that looked at the best and worst places in Canada to be a woman ranked Toronto tenth out of 25 Canadian cities. The study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives looks at the gaps between men's and women's access to economic and ...
What is the best Canadian city for a woman? Toronto is ranked 10th  Toronto Star
Saskatoon, Regina rank among worst Canadian cities to be a woman  CTV News
Ontario Bill Aims To Ban Mandatory High Heels At Workplaces
High heels on display in the Pretty Small Shoes store in Bloomsbury, London on March 6, 2017. TORONTO - Women in Ontario would be protected from being required to wear high heels at work under a bill being introduced Tuesday.
Ontario bill will ban mandatory high heels as part of uniforms  CHCH News
Ontario employers won't be able to make workers wear high heels if ...  Toronto Star
Vastly underreported emissions in Alberta's oil patch reveal excessive natural ...
Alberta's oil and gas industry is emitting at least 25 to 50 percent more than current estimates suggest, according to a new peer-reviewed study.
'If we thought it was bad, it's worse:' Alberta methane releases ...
'India's methane emissions stabilising, conform to UN report'  Hindu Business Line
Kapusaksing's Sears Hometown Store closing its doors
Sears Canada is closing up shop, announcing Tuesday that it is seeking court approval to close all of its stores across the country and lay off about 12,000 employees.
Sears Canada expects liquidation sales will start on Thursday (October 19)
Lots for consumers to think about with the demise of Sears  BCLocalNews
Pacific oysters recalled due to toxin causing paralytic shellfish poisoning
A recall has been issued for certain Pacific oysters that have been shipped across the B.C., as well as to Alberta, Quebec and possibly other destinations.
Certain farm-raised oysters recalled due to biotoxin, CFIA says  Toronto Star
Canadian Oyster Companies Recalling Some Products  SeafoodNews (blog)
NFLX earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2017
Good afternoon, and welcome to the Netflix Q3 2017 Earnings Interview. I'm Spencer Wang, Vice President of Investor Relations and Corporate Development.
Not every Wall Street analyst is gaga over Netflix  CNBC
Netflix flirting near record on subscriber growth  Reuters
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 (blog)