This Morning's Opening Numbers: TSX 12,418.99dow 13,583.65 NASDAQ 3,112.35 Dollar. [Derived Headline]

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This Morning's Opening Numbers: TSX 12,418.99dow 13,583.65 NASDAQ 3,112.35 Dollar. [Derived Headline]


This morning's opening numbers:

TSX 12,418.99Dow 13,583.65 Nasdaq 3,112.35 Dollar 102.35

Today -- in Toronto, Bauer Performance Sports Ltd., which makes hockey and lacrosse equipment, will report its first-quarter results. A conference call will be held on Oct. 17. In Prince George, B.C., the Joint Review Panel looking into the Northern Gateway Pipeline holds hearings.

Wednesday -- in Ottawa, Statistics Canada releases the Canadian international merchandise trade figures for August and new housing price index for August. In Toronto, the Ontario Securities Commission holds hearing regarding allegations of fraud at Chinese forestry company Sino-Forest Corp.

Thursday -- in Toronto, Firan Technology Group Corp., an aerospace and defense electronics product maker, holds third-quarter conference call. In Vancouver, metals company Novagold Resources Inc. will release its third-quarter results before markets open followed by a conference call.

Friday -- in Ottawa, Statistics Canada releases labour productivity in the business sectors historical revision from 1981 to second quarter 2012. In Montreal, specialty pharmaceutical company Theratechnologies Inc. releases third-quarter results before markets open followed by a conference call.

TODAY

FoodSafe course food handler training, 5-9 p.m., Holy Redeemer Parish, 264 Donwood Dr. Register: 888-2442 or doodsafe@mts.net. Fee: $85.

QNET presents Introduction to Workplace Wellness, 8:15 a.m. $249 members, $299 non-member.

Social Media for Business, Canada/Manitoba Business Service Centre, 2 p.m. with Susan Hurrell, Neovation, Modern Earth Register: 984-2272, 1-800-665-2019, manitoba@canadabusiness.mb.ca or www.canadabusiness.mb.ca.

Statistics Canada: Getting to Know Your Market -- An Interactive Video Conference, Canada/Manitoba Business Service Centre, noon with Sabrina Kinsella, Statistics Canada Register: 984-2272, 1-800-665-2019, manitoba@canadabusiness.mb.ca or www.canadabusiness.mb.ca. Free.

Rotary Club of Winnipeg (Downtown) presents Revitalization of Downtown Kinston with Adrian King, Rotarian, Rotary Club of Kinston, NC, USA, 6:30 p.m., Winnipeg Convention Centre. Information: 943-1427. Fee: $25.

THURSDAY

QNET presents Strategic Planning, Suite 660, 175 Hargrave St. 204-949-4999. Fees: $319 members, $389 non-members.

BNI Elite Chapter presents 5 Essentials to Real Health: Your Guide to Staying Well the Rest of Your Life with Dr. Ryan Greschuk, Focus Chiropractic, noon-1:30 p.m., Winnipeg Winter Club, 200 River Ave. Information: 204-475-1876. Free.

Rotary Club of Winnipeg West meeting Law Enforcement Against Prohibition with Bill VanderGraaf, 12:15-1:30 p.m, Canad Inns Polo Park. Information: 204-889-2156. Fee: $15.

Pricing Through the Supply Chain, Canada/Manitoba Business Service Centre, 1 p.m. with Susan Hurrell, Neovation, Modern Earth Register: 984-2272, 1-800-665-2019. …

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