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Canada's oil boom takes toll on cowboys, propels beef prices
There's been a lot of attention paid to how Canada's oil boom has helped make gasoline cheaper. What many people may not realize is that the boom is also driving up the prices they pay for burgers and steaks.
Oil boom ropes in cowboys, leaving cattle ranches in the lurch  Sydney Morning Herald
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Alimentation Couche-Tard announces its results for its first quarter of fiscal year ...
For its second quarter of fiscal 2015 ended October 12, 2014 , Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. announces net earnings of $286.4 million , up 24.6% over the second quarter of fiscal year 2014 and representing $0.50 per share on a diluted basis.
Alimentation's (ANCUF) CEO Brian Hannasch on Q2 2015 Results - Earnings ...  Seeking Alpha
Alimentation Couche-Tard to test European private label coffee program in ...  660 News
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Buy America policy means Alaska ferry terminal in Prince Rupert to be built with ...
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. - Construction of the Prince Rupert ferry terminal on British Columbia's West Coast has become tangled in Buy America provisions, meaning the facility that sits on Canadian Crown land must be built with U.S.
Canada 'concerned' as Buy America rules applied to BC ferry build  Reuters Canada
'Buy America' shuts out Canadian iron and steel from BC ferry ...  The Globe and Mail
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Quebec fashion retailer Simons has ambitious designs on the rest of Canada
When La Maison Simons, the venerable Quebec-based department-store chain, opened its outpost in West Edmonton Mall two years ago, it was the company's first store outside its home province.
Quebec-based Simons to open five stores in Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga ...  Financial Post
Quebec-based Simons to open new stores in BC, Alberta and Ontario into 2017  Montreal Gazette
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Retail sales, US data lift TSX
The Toronto stock market closed higher Tuesday amid stronger-than-expected showings for Canadian retail sales and U.S. economic growth.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises as gold miners jump, US data supports  Reuters
Canada Stocks Rise as Gold Miners Lead Materials Higher  Bloomberg
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Facing escalating pushback, Canada's oil sands industry goes on the offensive
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntoshGreeted with skepticism when launched a couple of years ago, COSIA, whose 13 members account for 90% of Canada's oil sands production, is now sharing 777 technologies that cost more than $950-million to develop ...
Oilsands alliance sets water use targets  Calgary Herald
Canadian oil sands group delays setting greenhouse gas-reduction goals  The Globe and Mail
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Smart Set is the latest victim of a challenging retail environment
The Smart Set women's fashion chain is closing, joining a growing array of rivals that are succumbing to an increasingly crowded retail landscape and a sluggish economy.
Reitmans shutting down Smart Set stores, refocus on its other brands  Calgary Herald
Smart Set closing  Welland Tribune
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Mobilicity weighs paths out of financial limbo
Mobilicity says it is in ongoing, early-stage discussions with �a number� of interested parties over a possible transaction that could end the restructuring limbo the wireless startup has been in for more than a year.
Catalyst Capital Group set to launch US$1.25-billion fund in early 2015  Financial Post
Catalyst Set to Start $1.25 Billion Fund in Early 2015  Businessweek
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Asia shares rise on U.S. optimism, oil under pressure before OPEC
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks edged up on Wednesday after upbeat U.S. economic growth data calmed investor anxiety over a deteriorating global outlook, while the Australian dollar languished near four-year lows against the dollar.
Asian stocks rise after US growth revised higher but gains tempered by China ...  Fox Business
Asia stocks rise after US growth revised higher
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OECD downgrades growth forecast for Japan amid recession
The OECD has downgraded its projections for Japan's economic growth in 2014 and 2015, acknowledging that the country has slipped back into recession in the wake of the April 1 consumption tax hike.
OECD tells Joe Hockey: Don't cut budget too hard too soon  Sydney Morning Herald
Growth forecast cut amid fears of stagnation  Herald Scotland
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