Financial insecurity, salmon, and God top Canadian headlines
Canadians are feeling the impact of worldwide financial volatility. Occupy protesters move out of Halifax's city hall, while in Vancouver, they remain, to the consternation of Police Chief Jim Chu. And an asteroid passes closer to Planet Earth than the moon. Not to worry. Salmon show no signs of infectious salmon anemia in B.C., a food inspection agency says. Here are today's top headlines:
"Montreal construction boss who slept with gun next to his bed spared criminal record"
'"Jobs not jails': Manitoba protesters rally against Ottawa's omnibus crime bill"
"'God brought us together,' says woman who saved Canadian after he fixed her flat
"Chief Jim Chu orders Occupy protesters to disperse after overnight scuffle"
"Occupy protesters vacate Halifax city hall site ahead of Remembrance Day"
"Tests find no cases of infectious salmon anemia in B.C.: food inspection agency"
"Political watchers say it could take years to rebuild NDP in Saskatchewan"
"Asteroid passes closer than moon, no danger feared"
"Canadians feeling more financially insecure this holiday shopping season"
"Ottawa to halve EI premiums hike, miss four year balanced budget target"