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Carbon tax needs to be pricey to avert climate change: MIT
Chief executive Dawn Farrell of TransAlta Corp., one of the proponents of Pioneer, said last month that the project costs were as expected.
Spammers invade Pinterest, other social media sites
The looser the controls, the more prevalent the fake accounts. While Facebook Inc., the world's largest social network, has matured enough to spot and stop much of the attempted spam, younger entrants like Pinterest have yet to erect effective blockades.
Marubeni buying Gavilon for $3.6-billion
Marubeni is buying Gavilon, the U.S.-based grain trader, for $3.6-billion (U.S.) in a deal that launches the Japanese trading company into the top league of soft-commodities traders. Marubeni is also assuming debts of about $2-billion, taking the total ...
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William Watson: No, Victoria, there is no money monster
�Twelve-year-old delivers scathing critique of Canadian banks,� The Globe and Mail intones. Because most people think Canadian banks have done pretty well lately, at least compared to all the other banks in the world, you're bound to wonder what ...
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Toronto Port Lands revitalization report put off until fall
Ontario's lottery corporation pinpointed the Toronto waterfront including the Port Lands as one of four potential sites for a new casino in the GTA.
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Truckers test LNG as transport fuel
Chad Porter wants to run his 18-wheeler trucks on frozen natural gas across Canada's Rocky mountains even before the world's longest chain of refueling stations gets built to keep them fueled. The chief operating officer of oil services company Ferus Inc.
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Is rail a viable alternative to oil pipelines?: S&P
The continent's largest pipeline companies, Enbridge Inc., TransCanada Corp. and Kinder Morgan Inc., have proposed numerous expansion plans, but all face opposition from environmental and indigenous groups.
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What's going wrong with junior golds?
The company was rapidly expanding its Cerro Moro gold deposit in Argentina, resources were increasing and its share price was surging.
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Anticipate your financing needs
TD Bank HandoutThere is a simple explanation for why small business owners are less satisfied with their banking services than consumers, says Shane Lawrence, assistant vice-president for business banking at TD Canada Trust in Toronto.
Lifeco bonds still offer opportunities: RBC
Aaron Lynett/National Post filesManulife Financial Corp. (MFC/TSX), Sun Life Financial Inc. (SLF/TSX) and Great-West Lifeco Inc. (GWO/TSX) all reported solid first-quarter earnings results this month, but to varying degrees the country's three biggest ...