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Uber threatens to quit Quebec over new training rules
Uber said new rules in Quebec threaten the company's ability to continue offering its services there. (Ryan Remiorz / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILE PHOTO).
The Tuesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Quebec won't back down despite Uber's threats to leave province ...  Montreal Gazette  
Bombardier shares surged despite anticipation of bad news in US and Europe
A Bombardier plant is shown in Montreal, Thursday, October 29, 2015. Bombardier faces the prospect of a double barrel of bad news today affecting its commercial aircraft and railway businesses.
Alstom-Siemens rail-equipment merger is more than an attempt to compete with ...  The Globe and Mail
Alstom and Siemens rail deal stirs French political passions  Reuters
Over 80% of middle-class families face higher income taxes under the Liberals ...
Middle class families with children are paying face higher personal income taxes under the Liberals, according to a new report. But economists say the Trudeau government's Canada Child Benefit outweighs that.
Rise in tax burden on Canadians has far outpaced cost and income increases  Daily Commercial News
Canadian Economy Can Keep Humming With Higher Dollar, Morneau Says  Bloomberg
Minimum wage boosts in Ontario and Alberta could cost tens of thousands of ...
Two new reports warn that plans to boost the minimum wage in Ontario and Alberta will likely result in higher unemployment in the provinces.
$15 minimum wage to cost Ontario 90000 jobs: TD Bank report  CTV News
Minimum wage hike could lead to 25000 job losses: CD Howe report  Edmonton Journal
Equifax CEO resigns in wake of data breach
NEW YORK - Embattled Equifax CEO Richard Smith stepped down Tuesday, less than three weeks after the credit reporting agency disclosed a disastrous hack to its computer system that exposed the sensitive personal information of 143 million Americans.
Equifax's Interim CEO Brings Charm, Focus on Growing Beyond US  Bloomberg
Equifax CEO Richard Smith leaves suddenly, retirement package in limbo
Don't bank on rising home prices for retirement: OSC
A survey by the Ontario Securities Commission found a large percentage of people are relying on an over-estimated value of their property to fund retirement.
Don't bank on your house for retirement fund, watchdog warns. But 45% of ...  Financial Post
OSC: Don't bank on rising home prices to fund your retirement  BNN
Freshii plunges 35% after revealing growth slower than expected
TORONTO - Freshii Inc.'s failure to meet its store opening projections spooked investors on Tuesday, who reacted to the Toronto restaurant chain's slower than anticipated growth by pushing down its shares as much as 40 per cent.
Freshii scales back ambitious growth plan  Toronto Star
Freshii Plunges as Lofty Growth Targets Prove to Be Unreachable  Bloomberg
Nova Scotia in tax fight with federal government over lottery terminals on ...
A man plays at a video lottery terminal at Tioga Downs, in Nichols, N.Y., in a Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 file photo. Mike Groll/AP/The Canadian Press.
Highlights of the updated 2017-18 Nova Scotia provincial budget  680 News
As health debate rages, McNeil government budget offers up tiny increases
Largest ever rough cut diamond sold at public auction nets 53 million
Vancouver-based Lucara Diamond Corp. has sold what it says is the second largest gem-quality diamond ever found. The company announced Monday that the Lesedi La Rona, an 1,109 carat-sized stone unearthed in 2015, has sold for $53 million US.
Ex-NY Senate leader Skelos gets new trial in corruption case  570 News
Tuesday's small-cap stocks to watch  The Globe and Mail
Bombardier in C Series talks with three Chinese airlines
A Bombardier CS300 C Series aircraft lands after a flying display on day two of the 51st International Paris Air Show in Paris, France, on Tuesday, June 16, 2015.
Bombardier will triumph over Boeing, eventually, says Quebec finance minister  Financial Post
Bombardier would not pick up tab for duties on CSeries jet: sources  Reuters