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Executive Compensation: Rankings for Canada's top earners
44, Bruce H. March (3), Imperial Oil Ltd. IMO-T, $524,223, $801,051, $830,876, $2,192,320, $0, $1,308,434, $5,656,904. 45, Domenic Pilla (1), Shoppers Drug Mart Corp.
Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain expansion snags oil customers
Kinder Morgan, in filing to the National Energy Board related to tolls Friday, said BP PLC, Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., Cenovus Energy Inc., Devon Energy Corp.
Kinder Morgan seeks toll approval on Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion  Financial Post
When it's time to incorporate your business
There are many pros and cons of incorporating a small business, depending a lot on individual situations. But too many businesses fail to revisit the question of whether to incorporate.
Ranking Canada's top 1000 public companies by profit
The Top 1000 rankings in ROB Magazine and this website only provide a limited snapshot of data for the top 1000 companies in Canada.
BCE group buys Q9 Networks
A consortium of buyers led by telecom giant BCE Inc. has struck a deal to buy Internet company Q9 Networks Inc. for $1.1-billion following a marathon session of late-night talks.
IN PICTURES: The Prince Edward Hotel in its prime
(Above: View of the southeast corner of 10th Street and Princess Avenue, showing the Prince Edward Hotel (left) and an Imperial Oil Building (right) circa 1932. Fred McGuinness remembers that the ... Ltd. Courtesy the Brandon General Museum and Archive ...
2009 Jeep Liberty: Left behind
There were some changes to the suspension calibration and steering, but it was still powered by a 3.7-litre V-6 engine that developed 210 horsepower, and 235 lb-ft of torque.
Crisis hangover
Suncor Energy Inc., Imperial Oil Ltd. and Husky Energy Inc. came in at No. 2, 3 and 4, respectively, on the list, while pipeline company Enbridge Inc. rounded out the top five despite woes getting its Northern Gateway project started.
The 13 new things Barclays learned from its oil sands tour
“Across to the companies, labor cost inflation is expected in the range of 3- 6% (Canadian Oil Sands at 3-6%, Imperial Oil at 4-5%, Canadian Natural Resources and Suncor at 5%), while productivity remains an unknown factor,” Barclays said in a note.
The battle of the bag
When Annie Narine moved to Fort McMurray, the gateway to the oil sands, almost a year ago, she was surprised to see so many blue-collar men walking around with “man purses.