Canadian Business News: November 25, 2017

Canadian Business News: November 25, 2017
Headlines
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– Sobeys to lay off 800 workers across Canada

– Starting with ‘eastern bastards’ remark, Notley wins over Calgary business crowd

– Why turbulence is ahead for Toronto and Vancouver’s housing markets

– WestJet announces new daily routes from Calgary to 5 cities in Alberta, BC

– Why ‘Black Friday’ is a crock: Dubious shopping holiday has become virtually pointless

– Aurora Cannabis takeover bid ‘makes no sense,’ CanniMed CEO says

– Canada should fight for open internet, says former head of FCC

– New lights can analyse video of traffic pileups and adjust

– UBC develops new technique to identify unwanted animal products in ground beef

– MPs to demand government put interests of citizens 1st after auditor’s report

– Ontario’s new labour law brings many changes, including minimum wage

– Toronto Dominion Bank (The) (TD) Earns “Buy” Rating from Scotiabank

– Busiest summer ever for BC Ferries

– Scenes From Sears: 2 Locations Tell a Story of Struggle in a Tight Retail Market

– EPS for Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (USA) (CM) Expected At .09

– Kwantlen First Nation plans to block the path of the Kinder Morgan Pipeline, spokesperson says

– Laurion Capital Management LP Holding in Marriott Intl INC New (Call) (MAR) Increased by 6.38 Million

– Pepsico, Inc. (PEP) to Issue Quarterly Dividend of .81 on January 8th

– Peeling the Layers Back on Deere & Company (NYSE:DE) and Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE:STZ)

– How Do Summit Materials, Inc. (NYSE:SUM) and Black Hills Corporation (NYSE:BKH) Stack Up In Terms of Value?
Canadian Business News: November 25, 2017