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Cathay Pacific Airways launches lawsuit against World Fuel Services Corp over ...
Cathay Pacific Airways launched a damages lawsuit against World Fuel Services Corp, claiming tainted fuel supplied by the company resulted in an emergency landing of one of the carrier's aircraft and resulting damage to its reputation and passenger ...
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Cathay Pacific Sues World Fuel Over Claim of Tainted Fuel
May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. sued World Fuel Services Corp.'s Singapore unit over claims tainted fuel led to an emergency landing by one of its Airbus SAS A330 jets, hurting the Hong Kong carrier's reputation and passengers.
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Alberta fires back at proposed EU fuel rules
Alberta and the federal government have lobbied aggressively against the European low-carbon fuel proposal, saying it would discriminate against Canadian-based crude producers with an unscientific approach to reducing greenhouse gases (GHG).
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Canadian Tire profit, revenue rise more than 20%
Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. is reporting more than 20-per-cent increases in both revenue and profit for the first quarter on strong retail growth and the acquisition of sporting goods retailer the Forzani Group.
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Limestone mine set for growth in Fort McMurray
Tricap, an arm of Brookfield Asset Management Inc., then appointed former Trimac Transportation Services Inc. president Terry Owen as president of the new company.
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Natural gas distributors target growth
... rock-bottom prices. While politicians in central Canada grumble about the economic impact of high-priced oil, the slump in natural gas prices since 2008 has shaved more than $11.8-billion off Canada's annual fuel bill, figures from Statistics ...
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BC's NDP reject Gateway as 2013 provincial election looms
The B.C. New Democrats have registered their opposition to Enbridge's Northern Gateway Project saying it's not in the province's best interest.
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Half of Canadians plan to retire with mortgage: survey
But Phil Soper, chief executive of Royal LePage Real Estate Services, said times have changed and he believes Canadians can handle the burden.
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Baird admits Tories cut funding to NRTEE scientists to silence opinions
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told the House of Commons that his government cut funding for NRTEE because it didn't agree with its call for a carbon tax.
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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.