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TSX down: miners fall on weak data
TORONTO (CP) - The Toronto stock market closed lower Wednesday amid positive earnings news and signs of weakening Chinese growth. Other news.
TSX down: miners fall on weak data, rails drop as unsafe tank cars phased out  CTV News
TSX ends lower as miners fall on weak data, railways drop  The Province
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Gas prices set to reach record highs across Canada (except they're not)
While media outlets across Canada are clamouring to warn drivers that gas prices are about to hit record highs, most are forgetting one detail: Gas prices are actually stabilizing, fluctuating less and are nowhere near their record highs.
Soaring gas prices hit Canadian motorists  The Globe and Mail
Gas prices continue to rise  Newstalk 1010
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Ottawa opens door to new shared-risk pension plans
The Conservative government is throwing a new idea into the heated debate over pensions, launching a national discussion of proposed new plans that share the investment risk between employers and employees.
Ottawa to propose risk-sharing pension scheme  Toronto Star
Ottawa to propose new pension scheme, but not budging on CPP expansion  Brandon Sun
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Alstom restructures its operations and eliminates 150 jobs in Montreal
MONTREAL - French train manufacturer Alstom is eliminating about 150 full-time positions, or more than half the workforce, at its Montreal plant as it transfers activities to Europe.
Alstom to cut 150 jobs in Montreal  CBC.ca
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Peter Hadekel: Oliver touches on thorny Ottawa-Quebec relations with board of ...
After something of a Cold War with the Parti Qu�b�cois government, the federal government expects a thaw in relations with Quebec now that the provincial Liberals have been voted into office.
Canada doesn't top G7 in recovery  StarPhoenix
Home News Business Canada far from first for employment in G7 during...  Waterloo Record
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Ronald McDonald prepares for selfies as Maccas resets business
RONALD McDonald has a new outfit, and he's ready for a selfie. McDonald's said yesterday its famous spokesclown would take an active role on social media for the first time, using the hashtag #ronaldmcdonald.
Ronald McDonald's ready for a selfie: McDonald's restaurants giving ...  Daily Mail
Revamped Ronald McDonald takes to Twitter  Toronto Star
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China's Cnooc Sells Multibillion-Dollar Bonds
Proceeds from the bond sale will be used to partly repay loans related to Cnooc's $15.1 billion purchase of Canadian oil-sands operator Nexen Inc. last year.
Cnooc Sells $4 Billion of Bonds as Deutsche Tips Issuance Boom  Businessweek
Nexen CEO who helped arrange sale to Chinese firm replaced  CBC.ca
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Canadians plan to spend an average of $15000 on their weddings: BMO study
TORONTO - Canadians planning to tie the knot expect to spend an average of $15,000 on their big day, but many don't think they'll be able to foot the entire bill, according to a new study.
Canadians plan to spend an average of $15000 on their weddings  Calgary Herald
Canadians plan for $15K wedding budget: study  Globalnews.ca
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Aviation buffs invited to roam new runway at Calgary airport
CALGARY- If you've ever wanted to sprint down an airport runway, now is your chance. On June 14, 1,400 runners will get to race on the 14,000 foot runway�which just so happens to be the longest in Canada.
Calgary Airport Authority invites people to roam longest runway in Canada  Prince George Citizen
Run or roam new 4.2-km Calgary airport runway ahead of launch  CBC.ca
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Ontario's three party leaders need group therapy: Cohn
A dysfunctional legislature is like a dysfunctional family. It cries out for special treatment. Group therapy, in the form of an election, may be just what the doctor ordered.
Ontario Liberals using debt retirement charge as slush fund  Wiarton Echo
Home hydro bills to go up despite Liberal promise to remove controversial charge  CTV News
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