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Explosion at Syncrude oilsands upgrader, no injuries
No injuries have been reported after an explosion early Saturday morning at Syncrude's Mildred Lake facility, located about 50 kilometres north of Fort McMurray.
Syncrude not certain whether plant fire will affect production  Reuters
Explosion reported at Syncrude oil sands facility  The Globe and Mail
Edmonton Journal  
Scotiabank sees gains in international operations profit
Concern about Bank of Nova Scotia's heavy exposure to struggling emerging market economies appeared to subside after the lender reported upbeat quarterly results that were driven in part by its international operations, where profit rose 11 per cent ...
UPDATE 3-Scotiabank energy-sector bad loans climb; profit tops estimates  Reuters
Scotiabank CEO touts positives of cheap oil as lender wraps week of bank ...  Montreal Gazette
Regulator in Canada's Alberta shuts in 95 Nexen pipelines over 'noncompliance'
CALGARY, Canada (Reuters) - Alberta's energy regulator has shut in 95 Nexen Energy pipelines, over concerns the company allegedly violated pipeline maintenance and monitoring rules.
UPDATE 1-Regulator in Canada's Alberta shuts in 95 Nexen pipelines over ...  Reuters
Nexen Energy ordered to shut-down 95 Alberta pipelines  CTV News
Feds post $1.1B surplus for June
OTTAWA -- The federal government posted a surplus of nearly $1.1 billion for June -- half a billion less than in the same month last year when the surplus was $1.6 billion.
Canada Posts Budget Surplus in First Quarter  Wall Street Journal
Ottawa spent $5B less than it took in between April and June
Air Canada deal of 10 flights for $800 a computer glitch; packages cancelled
CALGARY - It was too good to be true. Earlier this week, Air Canada's website offered a package of 10 flights within Western Canada for a total cost of $800 before taxes.
Air Canada not honouring 'glitch' that sold flight packages for 90% off  CTV News
Customers annoyed after Air Canada cancels deal caused by computer glitch  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Optimism surrounds Alberta's royalty review 2.0
"We want to come up with a royalty framework that is strategic and makes us good partners with industry," Dave Mowat, chair of the province's royalty review panel, said Friday.
No changes to oil royalties until 2017: province  CTV News
Alberta to keep oil, gas royalty framework till end of 2016  The Globe and Mail
Gas prices take 6-cent nosedive following oil market meltdown
Newfoundland and Labrador's fuels regulator has ordered the sharpest drop in gas prices so far this year, with a dive of more than six cents a litre.
Gas prices lower in Ottawa than Edmonton today  Celebrity Cafe - Entertainment News (blog)
Goldcorp, Teck team up to develop Chile mine projects
Goldcorp and Teck Resources have joined forces to combine two mining projects the Vancouver-based companies are working on in Chile.
Stocks Trend Analysis - Goldcorp Inc. (USA)(GG), Comcast Corporation(CMCSA ...  Techsonian (press release)
Miners Cozying Up With Rivals to Endure Commodity Turmoil  Bloomberg
NS gas stations facing fuel shortage
There's a gasoline shortage in Nova Scotia that has left some of the busiest gas stations in Atlantic Canada without fuel. Wayne Pace, the owner of the Esso gas station in Tantallon, N.S.
Halifax gas stations facing weekend fuel shortage
Gas shortages reported  The Vanguard
B.C. Supreme Court denies Site C dam stop-work order requested by two First ...
VANCOUVER - Two courts have rejected attempts by a pair of British Columbia First Nations to halt the construction of the Site C hydroelectric dam.
First Nations in northern BC worry Site C dam will obliterate their heritage  The Globe and Mail
Judge denies First Nations request for Site C dam stop-work order  CTV News