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Porter Airlines denies report it's shopping for a buyer
The company that operates Toronto-based Porter Airlines has denied a report that it is looking for a buyer. The Globe and Mail, citing "people familiar with the plans," reported Tuesday that the search process is underway and there is no guarantee it ...
Porter Airlines searches for buyer, sources say  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
TSX continues fall amid global growth concerns
Financial, utility and energy companies dragged Canadian stocks lower for a third day, as equities worldwide sank amid deepening concerns about the health of the global economy.
Toronto Stock Exchange loses two per cent as oil falls below US$28 a barrel  Vancouver Sun
TSX falls back into bear market before rebounding as financial, energy ...  Financial Post
Oil producing Sask. First Nations sue Canadian Government for billions
Oil producing Saskatchewan First Nations are suing the federal government in a class action lawsuit. They say the government hasn't done enough to develop the resources on First Nations.
Sask. first nations open $3 billion lawsuit against feds
Western First Nations launch $3 billion lawsuit over aboriginal oil
Self-policing of BC real estate questioned amid 'shadow flipping' scandal
British Columbia's government is issuing a sharp warning to the self-regulated real estate industry after allegations of fraudulent and unethical practices by some Metro Vancouver Realtors.
Photograph by: Sean Kilpatrick , THE CANADIAN PRESS  Vancouver Sun
Shadow flipping of homes to be probed  Victoria News
CP Rail abandons threat of proxy battle in adjusting Norfolk takeover strategy
MONTREAL -- Canadian Pacific Railway is asking Norfolk Southern shareholders to push the U.S. railway's board to enter into merger negotiations.
Don't believe the tweets: CP still chasing Norfolk Southern  The Globe and Mail
Norfolk Southern Comments on Canadian Pacific's Non-Binding Shareholder ...  Stockhouse
Star Wars propels Cineplex to record year
It ran a total of just 14 days last December, but the latest installment in the Star Wars franchise was not only Cineplex's top film for 2015 but was a major force behind its best year ever.
Star Wars drives Cineplex to record annual revenue, fourth-quarter profit  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
'Star Wars' propels Cineplex to record results  Waterloo Record
Fortis diversifies with $6.9-billion deal for US transmission company ITC
St. John's-based Fortis Inc. spooked skittish investors on Tuesday with a premium-priced, $6.9-billion (U.S.) deal for Michigan-based transmission company ITC Holdings Corp.
Fortis buys transmission firm
Fortis Inc extends reach into U.S. with US$11.3B deal for power-line ...  Financial Post
Fertilizer maker Agrium's forecast disappoints, shares fall
(Reuters) - Agrium Inc AGU.TO AGU.N, a Canadian fertilizer and farm products retailer, joined rival Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc POT.
Agrium's forecast disappoints  Manitoba Co-operator
Calgary-based fertilizer producer Agrium sees Q4 profit jump to US$200 million  Regina Leader-Post
Canadian energy companies sell 'jewels' to keep oil sands afloat
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Faced with record low prices for heavy crude, Canadian energy companies are sacrificing other parts of their business to keep higher-cost oil sands production going and safeguard the billions already invested in these ...
Canadian energy companies selling off 'jewels in the crown' to keep ...  Financial Post
Our energy economy should be celebrated, not shunned  The Globe and Mail
It must be 'Termination Tuesday' as Husky confirms a second round of layoffs
CALGARY - Husky Energy Inc. confirmed a second wave of layoffs Tuesday, as the company shrinks its headcount in an attempt to survive sub-$30 oil prices.
Husky lays off workers as it looks to further cut costs  The Globe and Mail
Husky Energy confirms jobs eliminated in latest round of cost-cutting  Calgary Herald