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Toronto stock market closes with a small loss
TORONTO -- The Toronto stock market closed with a small loss Thursday as traders weighed data showing an improving climate for U.S.
Regulator offers up broad proposals for changing Canada's TV delivery system  Vancouver Sun
TSX little changed as investors await Yellen speech  Reuters Canada
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Pick-and-Pay cable option should be offered says CRTC
Canada's broadcast regulator has issued broad new proposals that could, if adopted, dramatically alter how Canadians receive and pay for their television.
TalkTV � Have Your Say, Again  TV, eh?
Cheaper cable, American Super Bowl ads among CRTC proposals  Toronto Sun
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Rise of part-time work no reason to worry, TD says
The rise in part-time employment is nothing more than a pullback after companies hired more full-time workers than they needed coming out of the recession, one of Canada's largest banks said Thursday.
Don't be so quick to say Canada is becoming a part-time nation  The Globe and Mail
Canada: A Nation of Part-Time Workers?  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Stockwell Day joins push for $10B BC oil refinery to resolve his 'irritation' over ...
Proponents of controversial energy projects seem to be putting increasing value on the bare-knuckle experience gained in politics to help manage potentially conflicting industry, community, aboriginal and environmental interests.
Stockwell Day joins company planning to build BC bitumen refinery  Calgary Herald
Stockwell Day joins Vancouver company planning to build $10-billion BC ...  Vancouver Sun
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Greenpeace says defamation lawsuit an attempt to muzzle
THUNDER BAY, Ont. - An environmental group says a forestry company's lawsuit against it is an attempt to muzzle criticism. Greenpeace has filed a statement of defence that says a defamation lawsuit by Resolute Forest Products is intended to silence the ...
Greenpeace hits back against Resolute Forest lawsuit  Toronto Star
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Caisse names Quebecer to head its Asia-Pacific office
The Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec has chosen Edouard Merette to head its new Asia-Pacific office in Singapore. Already based in Singapore, Merette previously headed Asia-Pacific operations for Aon Hewitt and was a longtime employee for ...
La Caisse announces the appointment of �douard Merette as Managing Director ...  DigitalJournal.com
Merette leaves Aon Hewitt  Benefits Canada
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Coal-shipping facility on Fraser River in Surrey gets go-ahead
Port Metro Vancouver, Canada's largest port, said on Thursday it has approved a new facility to transfer coal from trains onto barges at Fraser Surrey Docks, following lengthy public scrutiny of the project's environmental and health impact.
Surrey Fraser coal terminal approved by Port Metro Vancouver  CBC.ca
Port Metro Vancouver gives OK to coal-loading at Surrey Fraser Docks  The Province
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Ground broken: Ceremonial shovels dig in to kick off LRT construction
Politicians, media members and other onlookers congregated at an empty lot in Waterloo on Thursday to toast the symbolic start of rapid transit construction.
All smiles at Waterloo Region LRT groundbreaking  CBC.ca
Waterloo Region breaks ground for Light Rail Transit project  570 News
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Last trip for OC Transpo route 76
OC Transpo bus route 76 from Barrhaven to downtown Ottawa will make its last trip August 29, 2014. That's almost a year after the crash between a double-decker bus and a Via Rail train which killed six OC Transpo passengers.
OC Transpo "retires" route involved in fatal bus-train crash  580 CFRA Radio
Home News Weekend O-Train shutdown planned; Work on service...  www.ottawacommunitynews.com/
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Sears 'irrelevant' as losses deepen
Shares of the struggling retailer plunged over 8% Thursday after its second quarter loss fell short of already-low Wall Street expectations.
Sears Eyes Balance Sheet Help as Operations Burn Through More Cash  Wall Street Journal
Sears Canada Continues to Struggle  Business Review Canada
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