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Algoma Central: a journey into deep value territory
Algoma Central Corp. ranks as one of the most obscure publicly traded companies in Canada. Its shares trade by appointment on the Toronto market, with no stock at all changing hands many days.
Shell-Iogen plant cancellation raises doubts about new biofuel technology
Ottawa-based Iogen Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC have killed a plan to build a cellulosic ethanol plant in Canada, raising new doubts about a technology that governments have touted as ready to make a major contribution to North America's fuel ...
Imperial Oil profit tops $1-billion
Cold Lake is the largest thermal in-situ oil sands project in the world, and Imperial's biggest producing asset, comprising about half of its daily liquids production.
Underground radioactive waste eyed for Chalk River
In an emailed statement, the Crown corporation said it would not make any decisions about where to store the waste without a full environmental assessment and public consultation.
Are we heading for a fuel crisis?
It was the end of a long-standing government fuel subsidy, effective Monday, that sent the price of gas up 10 per cent in Taiwan, causing a public uproar.
Mac spent $48000 on flights for president's...
McMaster University spent $48,000 over five years to fly former president Peter George's spouse to destinations across Canada and around the world. The university picked up the ... But Oxford Round Table Inc. is a Kentucky corporation. It is not part ...
The Coyote Conundrum: As wild animals get bolder, some question if we can ...
A police news release added: “In light of several recent coyote sightings in the Cherry Beach area, the Toronto Police Service is reminding Toronto residents to supervise small children and dogs playing outdoors.” Before John ... We live on the edge of ...
Shares in Merrex plummet as gold project closes amid political unrest
Fuel shortages in the landlocked West African country as a consequence of a last months coup seem to be a major factor in convincing Iamgold Corp., which operates and has a 50 per cent interest in the property, to suspend drilling and pull all of its ...
A quarter of discounts, price collapses
Indeed, WCS has been trading at a US$35.50 discount to WTI (37% below the U.S. crude) on average, according to CIBC World Markets Inc. figures.
Getting out of the woods
The potential new operator of the Point Tupper plant, Pacific West Commercial Corp., has said it wants to source all its wood fibre from Nova Scotia harvesters.