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Judge rules Dakota Access developer can't sue Earth First

BISMARCK, N.D.
Enbridge announces $4.3-billion deal with Spectra Energy Partners

Enbridge announces $4.3-billion deal with Spectra Energy Partners

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. is sweetening its offer to buy all the units in Spectra Energy Partners LP it doesn't already own, raising its proposed share exchange ratio by almost 10 per cent in the all-shares transaction valued at $4.3 billion.
Toys "R" Us president opens up about recent troubles and plans to rebuild brand

Toys "R" Us president opens up about recent troubles and plans to rebuild brand

VAUGHAN, Ont.
US durable goods orders fell 1.7 per cent in July

US durable goods orders fell 1.7 per cent in July

WASHINGTON — Orders for long-lasting U.S. factory goods fell 1.7 per cent in July, the third decrease in the past four months.

Sears to close another 46 unprofitable stores in November

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — Sears Holdings Corp. is closing another 13 Kmart stores and 33 Sears stores as sales shrink and losses grow.
North Korea speeds construction spree ahead of anniversary

North Korea speeds construction spree ahead of anniversary

SAMJIYON, Korea, Democratic People's Republic Of — Thousands of North Korean "soldier-builders" in olive green uniforms and bright red hardhats are doing everything from digging ditches to putting up walls on multistory apartment blocks and governmen

Via Rail warns of delays through Montreal because of infrastructure work

MONTREAL — Via Rail says passengers travelling through Montreal could be delayed for up to 45 minutes starting Friday because of infrastructure work in the city.

Senate backs $854B bill to fund health, education, military

WASHINGTON — The Senate approved an $854 billion measure Thursday that funds much of the government, including $675 billion for the Defence Department.
North American markets slide as metals take a hit amid trade angst

North American markets slide as metals take a hit amid trade angst

TORONTO — North American stock markets slipped slightly lower Thursday as metals took a hit amid trade uncertainty and the U.S. and China imposed tariffs on each other's goods.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16, 326.79, down 20.55 points). Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Down two cents, or 0.25 per cent, to $8.03 on 15.2 million shares.