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Tim Hortons-Burger King merger could cost Canada in lost jobs and taxes, study ...
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives says it fears massive layoffs and strict cost cutting at Tim Hortons when Burger King's parent company takes over the iconic coffee and doughnut chain.
Tim Hortons takeover by Burger King may prove stale for Canadians: study  Winnipeg Free Press
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Alberta and B.C. to lead Christmas shopping growth
CALGARY - A new report released Thursday by EY says Alberta and British Columbia will continue to show the strongest sales results during the Christmas shopping period this year.
Canadian shoppers expected to rein in spending this season: survey  CTV News
Retailers face 'Bah Humbug' festive season as consumers tighten wallets  The Globe and Mail
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TransCanada seeks approval for Energy East pipeline
Oct 30 (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp said on Thursday it had filed for regulatory approval of its C$12 billion ($10.8 billion) Energy East pipeline, pushing ahead with a plan to ship oil sands crude to eastern Canadian refineries and Atlantic export ports.
TransCanada formally filing application Energy East pipeline  CTV News
$12-Billion Energy East Pipeline Project Takes Important Step Forward With ...  MarketWatch
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Canada's Transport Minister Pledges World-Class Tanker System
Lisa Raitt also said Transport Canada has responded to all of the Transportation Safety Board of Canada's recommendations in its final report on the Lac-M�gantic crude oil train derailment.
New set of rail safety rules announced in wake of Lac-Megantic report  Hamilton Spectator
Canada toughens train brake rules, to impose 'audit blitz'  Reuters
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Brouhaha over Burnaby pipeline survey work continues
Trans Mountain plans to resume its environmental, archaeological and geotechnical field investigations on City of Burnaby lands after the National Energy Board ruled it did not need the city's permission to do so.
Burnaby Mountain Kinder Morgan pipeline protester chains himself under SUV
BC pipeline opponents face off with Kinder Morgan survey crews (with video)  Vancouver Sun
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Does this airline have a porn problem?
EARLIER this month we reportedthat Air Canada pilots had been busted for having porn in the cockpit. And now another female pilot has come forward saying this was far from a one off instance and that pilot porn is a real problem.
Sexual images in Air Canada flight decks worse than airline admits: pilot
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Dollar hits 3-1/2 week high on Fed's hawkish tilt, economic optimism
TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar stayed on the front foot on Thursday, setting a 3-1/2 week high against a basket of currencies after the Federal Reserve surprised markets with a more hawkish policy tone and signaled its confidence in the U.S.
What the Federal Reserve decision means for the Canadian dollar (Hint: Down)  The Globe and Mail
Europe Stocks Fall With S&P 500 Futures as Dollar Gains  Bloomberg
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Cameco reports loss for quarter
Cameco Corp. posted a $146-million net loss in the third quarter in what president and CEO Tim Gitzel called a "challenging" market.
Cameco posts $146M third-quarter loss, revenue down from year ago mark  CTV News
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Poloz says Canada's economic growth at risk if low oil price persists
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz says the sudden plunge in the price of crude will knock roughly a quarter percentage-point off economic growth next year.
Ways of conducting monetary policy 'evolving,' Poloz says  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Poloz Calls Low Canada Dollar Icing on Cake for Exporters  Bloomberg
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BG delay latest cloud over hoped-for LNG industry
British Columbia's plans to develop an LNG industry took another hit Wednesday when a major proponent announced it was stalling plans to develop a plant near Prince Rupert.
Britain's BG Group pressing pause button on Prince Rupert LNG  CTV News
BG Group puts Prince Rupert LNG plans on hold  Financial Post
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