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Coal mine closures a 'devastating shock' to Tumbler Ridge: mayor
VANCOUVER - Walter Energy's decision to idle two mines and temporarily lay off 700 workers at its two northeastern British Columbia mines is �a devastating shock� for Tumbler Ridge, Mayor Darwen Wren said Tuesday.
U.S. owner closes 2 B.C. coal mines due to price slump  The Province
Walter Energy idles Canadian mines as expensive acquisition comes back to ...  Financial Post
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TSX ends slightly higher amid China growth worries, escalating Russia-Ukraine ...
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market closed with a small gain Tuesday amid concerns about China's growth and worsening tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
TSX higher after US data, earnings; miners drop  Reuters Canada
TSX slightly higher on China growth worries, Russia/Ukraine tensions  CTV News
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Toronto blackout plunges thousands in West End into the dark, 'transmission ...
Large swaths of Toronto's West End were plunged into darkness Tuesday night by the largest blackout to strike the city since the December ice storm.
Power restored to Toronto's west end after large outage  The Globe and Mail
Toronto blackout: West end plunged into darkness
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Bitcoin a bit confusing for feds, documents show
Mock Bitcoins are displayed on a table in an illustration picture taken in Berlin in this January 7, 2014 file photo. REUTERS/PAWEL KOPCZYNSKI.
Heartbleed Security Flaw Won't Faze Bitcoin's Boosters  Huffington Post Canada
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BlackBerry says partnership with health-care company Nanthealth offers growth
BlackBerry (TSX:BB) is reaching into the health-care sector with the purchase of a minority stake in U.S.-based technology company NantHealth.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen Writes About NantHealth Investment  ValueWalk
BlackBerry, NantHealth to team up on health care-focused smartphone  Dallas Business Journal
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A farm in Ilderton. DEREK RUTTAN/The London Free Press/QMI Agency
Ontario farmland values are still soaring, but the climb wasn't as steep in 2013, says a Farm Credit Canada report released Tuesday.
Canadian Farmland Values Jump in 2013  Wall Street Journal
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Sweet gas, ski resorts get pass from BC on environmental reviews
The B.C. government is exempting about 99 per cent of the natural gas produced in the province from automatic environmental assessment reviews.
BC Removes Mandatory Environmental Review For LNG, Ski Resort Projects  Huffington Post Canada
BC ski resorts and sweet natural gas plants exempted from environmental ...
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Alberta First Nation closes golf course, cultural grounds over safety concerns
EDMONTON - An Alberta First Nation says it is closing its golf course and cultural grounds because a mortar shell was found on the property.
Live munitions found on Alberta First Nation's golf course  CANOE
Indian Lakes Golf Course closes for safety reasons
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Flaherty's financial-literacy plan gains its first leader
The federal government has named its first Financial Literacy Leader, a position aimed at helping Canadians sort out facts from spin on everything from managing credit card debt to choosing the best bank account.
Peter Foster: Nudging Nanny governments onto a diet  Financial Post
Canada's first Financial Literacy Leader must tackle widespread issues  The Province
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Chicks allegedly drowned, scalded to death and ground up alive at Ont. hatchery
chicks A still image of chicks being sorted by gender at the Horizon Poultry facility in Hanover, Ont. Article. Tweet. Change text size for the story; Print this story.
Chicks allegedly cooked alive at Ont. hatchery  CANOE
Undercover video brings unwanted attention to Hanover chick hatchery  CTV News
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