Canadian Business News: October 29, 2017

Canadian Business News: October 29, 2017

– Elderly couple dead after shooting at Ontario hospital

– ‘Significant’ IT outage causes delays for WestJet flights

– Federal government welcomes Manitoba’s carbon-tax plan, with a warning

– Kinder Morgan mischief: 5 arrested following protest

– Saudi crown prince favours extending OPEC production limits

– Ontario hydro bills to rise over next 10 years in government’s energy plan

– Analysts Set Paramount Resources TEC Ltd (TET) PT at .71

– .45 EPS Expected for Devon Energy Corp (DVN)

– Israeli flavour firm Frutarom to buy remaining 81 pct of Enzymotec

– FirstService Corporation (FSV) Downgraded by Scotiabank to Sector Perform

– Spirit Airlines, Inc. (SAVE) Given New .00 Price Target at Buckingham Research

– Security breach causes delays at Victoria airport

– CN Rail, Norfolk strike train-swap deal to cut transit time

– Shaw Communications Inc (SJR.B) Upgraded to Buy by Echelon Wealth Partners

– PotashCorp reports 3rd-quarter profit down from year ago, sales up

– Cameco reports quarterly losses due to weak uranium prices

– C$ becomes G10 laggard, falling 6 pct after September rate rise

– The Valero Energy Corp. (VLO) Plans .60 Quarterly Dividend

– The Roth Capital Reiterates “.00” Price Target for Revolution Lighting Technologies Inc. (RVLT)

– EPS for Marriott International Inc (MAR) Expected At .98
Canadian Business News: October 29, 2017