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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.
Canada's Green 30 companies for 2012
Service and maintenance vehicles are being replaced with smaller, more fuel-efficient ones. • New buildings are fitted with ... The corporation gives employees reusable lunch bags and snack containers to reduce lunch litter. • Over 40 per cent of ...
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 ...
Shell, Iogen, and Cancellation in Manitoba: Answers to Your Questions  Biofuels Digest
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.
Documents show Enbridge concerns about Tides Canada
OTTAWA - Calgary-based Enbridge Inc., threatened to join other industry participants in pulling out of a federal government process to develop a West Coast oceans management plan due to fears that Tides Canada, an organization that later would be ...
TransAlta abandons Alberta's $1.4B carbon-capture plant
CALGARY - TransAlta Corp. has abandoned plans to build a $1.4-billion carbon capture and storage facility at an Alberta coal-fired electricity plant because the company had no buyers for the carbon dioxide and no way to credit from the plan.
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 ...
Is Canada headed towards privatized prisons?
While Toews said an almost 180-year-old prison is “not appropriate” to “effectively manage maximum security male offenders” he didn't say what institution within Correctional Services Canada would be modern enough? “Simply put, we ... But things can ...
How to leverage a movement
Scott Goodson, the Montreal-born founding partner of international agency StrawberryFrog, explores the phenomenon of “movement marketing” in his new book Uprising: How to Build a Brand - and Change the World - by Sparking Cultural Movements. Mr ...
Resin shortage may throw auto manufacturing into chaos
Don't look now, but the world is currently in the grips of a potential resin shortage that may disrupt the global auto manufacturing supply chain within the next few weeks.
Nylon-12 Haunts Car Makers  Wall Street Journal
Auto Output Threatened by Resin Shortage After Explosion  Bloomberg