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How To Profit From Buffett's Next Major Investment
Approach Resources is a small company -- just $1 billion in market cap. However, it is growing quickly. In 2011, its total proved reserves increased by 52%.
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Quest University takes an unorthodox approach to learning
They gather around tables in groups of four or five, preparing to bid on land that will be auctioned off tomorrow. Some analyze complicated geological maps and manipulate models made of modelling clay, theorizing about ground water patterns.
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Oil sands, green groups unlikely allies in push for carbon tax
Oil sands producers and some environmental groups that agree on little else have opposed the Conservative government's regulatory approach and endorsed the idea of carbon pricing. Now, that idea is being pushed in a new paper to be released Thursday ...
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NS wins right to manage own emissions
All three provinces have complained about the lack of flexibility in the federal approach, saying it will unnecessarily drive up costs to consumers and interfere with their own attempts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
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PDAC 2012: Natural resources minister touts streamlined regulatory process
Canada is set to become the world's energy and mining leader, but the federal government still has a lot of regulatory red tape to cut, Joe Oliver, federal natural resources minister, said in a speech kicking off the 2012 Prospectors and Developers ...
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Deripaska ready to buy RUSAL's Norilsk stake: source
RUSAL bought the holding in Norilsk Nickel, the world's largest miner of nickel and palladium, for an estimated $14 billion at the top of the market in 2008, and the company is still carrying an $11 billion debt burden as a result. �No official ...
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Scrap minimum terms for drug crimes, two medical officers urge
The two health officers say the central problem is that nearly all resources aimed at drug control are spent on policing, despite a lack of evidence that law enforcement and jail time have any effect on lowering the prevalence of illicit drug use ...
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Spott's big game winner 22 years ago defined his...
�He was a prankster,� said Gardner, who now runs an environmental company in Sarnia. �He'd always be pulling something off and blaming other people.
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Why aren't there more women in tech start-ups?
Only about eight per cent of venture-backed tech start-ups in the United States are led by women, according to San Francisco-based Astia Inc., a non-profit organization that supports female-owned tech start-ups. At Founder Institute Inc., a business ...
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When will the market correct and how do you play it?
For the past month, many have wondered when the market will correct. On Tuesday, March 1, the S&P 500 closed at 1374.09, a new bull market high - up 25% from its October 3 correction low.
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