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Canada's oil sands battle with Europe
Canada, whose oil sands have helped it become an energy power, fears such a ruling could imperil a resource it estimates will add more than $3-trillion to its economy over the next 25 years.
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Quebec's new ruling class
�We've had very few complaints from outside of Canada,� says Tourisme Montreal president Pierre Bellerose. �People come, do their business and leave happy.
Government Repression of Quebec Student Movement Sparks Massive Protests  Center for Research on Globalization
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Walkom: From CAW and CEP comes a new (old) idea to rebuild unions
The proposed deal itself, as reported in the Star by my colleague Tony Van Alphen, involves a merger between two labour giants, the 200,000-member Canadian Auto Workers and the 130,000-strong Communications, Energy and Paperworkers. But the most ...
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Shell, Asian energy giants to build largest LNG plant in BC
Four global energy firms led by Shell Canada say they are going to develop a 12 million-tonnes-a-year liquefied natural gas plant at Kitimat, the largest by far of four LNG proposals for the B.C.
Korea Gas, Shell Start Discussions on Canada LNG Project  Bloomberg
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Girls gear up for G(irls)20 shadow summit
For the third year in a row, the Canadian-born initiative G(irls)20 is creating a shadow summit before the meeting of the G20 leaders - this time in Mexico.
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Tapping into tidal energy
UPDATED 8:28 p.m. Monday. The province unveiled a plan Monday that includes getting 300 megawatts of electricity from commercial tidal power starting in 2020.
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Canadian credit card fees among highest in the world
Getty Images/ThinkstockKent Thomson told a tribunal Tuesday that Canadian merchants are paying among the highest fees in the world for the privilege of accepting credit card purchases.
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Vivian Krause: Damage control
Three days after Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's March 29 budget announced a review of political activity by charities in Canada, Oak said in a website posting that it had �modified and added additional content to some grants to reflect progress ...
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United companies, divided brands
The unifying strategy has been in progress at United Continental Holdings Inc. since the airlines merged in 2010; the company has been phasing out the Continental name.
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Wrongs and rights: how did Quebec's student standoff come to this?
My own research has demonstrated, for example, that media coverage of Supreme Court of Canada decisions concerning the Charter of Rights often ignores the extensive analysis the Court engages in about whether rights limitations are reasonable under the ...
Photos: Lot of pot banging to support Montreal students  Vancouver Sun
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