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GM laying off 255 at St. Catharines plant due to strike at CAMI facility
Layoff notices have been handed out to hundreds of workers at the General Motors transmission-making factory in St. Catharines, Ont.
Cami strike: Autoworkers union makes offer to GM to potentially solve labour ...  London Free Press
Strike at Ontario GM plant ripples through auto industry with layoffs at ...  Financial Post
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Distracted driver racks up $736 in fines in 8 minutes, caught twice
A distracted driver in Vancouver accumulated not one, but two $368 tickets for using an electronic device while driving on Wednesday.
Busted twice in 750 metres  Castanet.net
$736 double trouble: Distracted driver ticketed twice in 8 minutes  CTV News
BC utilities regulator raises questions about Site C dam in new report
A report casts doubt on many of the core assumptions that BC Hydro, a Crown corporation, made to justify the $8.8-billion hydro-electric project on the Peace River.
Site C review panel confident: final report will be on time  Times Colonist
Vaughn Palmer: Rush review on Site C digs up a myriad of mysteries  Vancouver Sun
Billionaire L'Or�al heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies at 94
Regularly named France's richest person and for years the wealthiest woman in the world thanks to her L'Or�al inheritance, Liliane Bettencourt lived her life surrounded by the scent of money, politics and more than a touch of scandal.
Liliane Bettencourt, L'Oreal's billionaire heiress, dies at 94  Financial Post
Liliane Bettencourt, world's richest woman, dies at 94  The Australian
Canada's privacy watchdog planning to pro-actively investigate companies
Canada's privacy watchdog is transforming the way it has pursued protective measures for more than 15 years, planning to more actively go after companies and other organizations for privacy concerns.
Phoenix leaked employees' data, says privacy commissioner  MetroNews Canada
Canada's privacy protections must address consent challenges, says OPC ...  Cartt.ca (subscription)
Ontario mulls selling pot for less than black-market price
Ontario was the first province to announce how it will regulate and distribute sales of marijuana when Canada moves to legalize recreational sales by next July.
Marijuana economics: predicting Ontario's legal pot market  CBC.ca
Could These Be The 5 Cannabis Companies To Watch In 2017  Baystreet.ca
Bombardier eyes plan B amid dispute over C Series
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Terence Corcoran: Trudeau fires the shots of war — and hits himself in the ...  Financial Post
Bombardier looking beyond Tuesday's duty decision as workers rally in ...  CBC.ca
How to participate in the growing number of privacy class actions in Canada
With Equifax among the latest in the increasing number of privacy class actions being launched in Canada, affected consumers looking to join such lawsuits may be surprised to learn that in many instances they've already been opted in.
For risk-tolerant investors, there could be a way to profit from the Equifax ...  The Globe and Mail
'Small number' of RBC credit card holders affected in Equifax breach ...  News1130
The close: TSX extends 14-week high
A trader works inside a post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Sept. 21. Brendan McDermid/Reuters. Globe and Mail Update.
Financials and energy sectors boost TSX, Wall St. down on rate hike expectations  Financial Post
TSX Extends 14-Week High  Baystreet.ca
SGI wants drivers to embrace 'zipper merge'
Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) wants drivers to begin embracing the zipper merge in the province. File / Global News. X. - A A +. Listen.
Sask. drivers encouraged to embrace the 'zipper merge'  CTV News
“Embrace the Zipper Merge.” SGI introduces updated driving techniques for ...  620 CKRM.com