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The Toronto Stock Exchange's benchmark Standard & Poor'sTSX Composite Index climbed 175.84 points, or 1.18 percent, to close the session at 15,039.87 points. Eight of the ten sub-sectors advanced on the day with nearly four-fifths of all stocks finishing the day in the green.

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Shares of Calgary-based energy firms Baytex Energy Corp. and Encana Corporation were the most actively traded during the session, rising 4.95 percent to 5.51 Canadian dollars (4.12 U.S. dollars) and 3.74 percent to 16.37 Canadian dollars (12.23 U.S. dollars), respectively.

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