+ Agrium Inc. agreed to acquire Southern States Cooperative (1,200 locations); terms not disclosed
+ Birchcliff Energy Ltd. closed $100.0 million sale of Worsley Charlie Lake Light Oil Pool
+ Cenovus Energy Inc. agreed to sell its Pelican Lake heavy oil project to Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. for $975.0 million
+ CIBC completed its acquisition of Geneva Advisors
+ current energy prices – live link to current Bloomberg energy prices; crude prices edging up gradually, recovering from their slump due to Houston area refineries being idle or off line. Gasoline prices have been volatile North America wide due to reduced stockpiles of refined product … tic toc
+ Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc. agreed to sell the St. Lawrence Gas Company Inc. to Liberty Utilities Co. for US$70.0 million
+ Genesis Land Development Corp. announced a sale: Limited Partnership Land Pool (2007) sold 617 acres at Delacour for $5.2 million
+ hurricane Harvey havoc harangues Houston still; cleanup has begun while flooding continues in points east into Louisiana; government officials are now projecting more than US$200.0 billion in damage which will make it the costliest disaster in history – with no end in sight for real cost of destruction/impact on the economy; oil industry and refining infrastructure is limping back on-stream with no clear picture of damages
+ MCAN Mortgage Corporation changes its name to XMC Mortgage Corporation
+ Government of Canada launched a procurement program for energy services for its buildings in the National Capital Region portfolio. RFP will be issued in 2018 for 3 short-listed bidders; RFQ closed Nov. 1/17
+ OMERS announced it will rebrand its Borealis infrastructure wing as OMERS Infrastructure Management Inc.
INTERESTING REAL ESTATE NEWS, other places
+ Edmonton City Council decided to merge operation of Edmonton Expo Centre (formerly Edmonton Northlands) and the Shaw Convention Centre to better harmonize trade show marketing
+ Firm Capital American Realty Partners Corp. completed US$4.2 million disposition of its non-core Florida residential portfolio
+ Scotiabank struck a new building naming deal with MLSE Foundation to rename the Air Canada centre in Toronto where the Maple Leafs and Raptors play; 20-yr. arrangement is naming rights and other marketing elements to promote Scotiabank and sports goes into effect July, 2018; the deal is reported to have a value of $800.0 million … that’s a lot of pucks and popcorn!
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