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IIROC requires mandatory reporting of cybersecurity incidents at firms

IIROC requires mandatory reporting of cybersecurity incidents at firms

TORONTO — The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada is now requiring the mandatory reporting of any cybersecurity incidents that occur at the investment firms it regulates.
Premier vows to fight for oilpatch as drillers forecast almost no growth in 2020

Premier vows to fight for oilpatch as drillers forecast almost no growth in 2020

CALGARY — Premier Jason Kenney vowed Wednesday to keep fighting for Alberta's slumping oil and gas sector as the industry unveiled another disappointing drilling forecast and criticism surfaced from an unlikely source, the Swedish central bank.

Chorus Aviation reports $24.2M third-quarter profit, revenue up from year ago

HALIFAX — Chorus Aviation Inc. reported a profit of $24.2 million in its latest quarter as revenue increased 2.8 per cent compared with a year ago.
Saskatchewan plans to open new trade offices as part of plan to grow province

Saskatchewan plans to open new trade offices as part of plan to grow province

SASKATOON — The Saskatchewan government is announcing plans to open trade offices in Japan, India and Singapore. The province hopes doing so will strengthen trade relationships and increase the shipment of exports.
Freshii reports US$415,000 Q3 loss compared with US$446,000 loss a year ago

Freshii reports US$415,000 Q3 loss compared with US$446,000 loss a year ago

TORONTO — Freshii Inc. reported a loss of US$415,000 in its latest quarter, slightly less than a year ago as revenue increased 5.4 per cent. The restaurant chain, which keeps its books in U.S.

CPP Investment Board reports 2.3% return for Q2 after cash outflows

TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says it earned a return of 2.3 per cent during its most recent quarter, after expenses. Net assets for the Toronto-based fund manager grew to $409.5 billion as of Sept. 30, up from $400.

CPP Investment Board reports 2.3% return for Q2 after cash outflows

TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says it earned a return of 2.3 per cent during its most recent quarter, after expenses. Net assets for the Toronto-based fund manager grew to $409.5 billion as of Sept. 30, up from $400.
German economy avoids recession in 3Q, but challenges remain

German economy avoids recession in 3Q, but challenges remain

BERLIN — Germany’s economy, Europe’s largest, avoided entering a widely-anticipated recession in the third quarter as strong domestic spending helped spark modest growth, the Federal Statistical Office reported Thursday.

B.C. forest industry trade mission to Asia seeks to calm concerns about downturn

VICTORIA — A forest industry trade mission to Asia faces fewer political tensions this year than last December after the arrest of a top Chinese executive, but concerns about supply issues are now on the table, says British Columbia's forests ministe
Stelco makes no net profit in third quarter as revenues drop 23 per cent

Stelco makes no net profit in third quarter as revenues drop 23 per cent

HAMILTON — Stelco Holdings Inc. says it made no net profit in the third quarter as revenues dropped 23 per cent on lower selling prices for steel. The Hamilton, Ont.-based company's net profit for the period ended Sept.