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Greenpeace says defamation lawsuit an attempt to muzzle
THUNDER BAY, Ont. - An environmental group says a forestry company's lawsuit against it is an attempt to muzzle criticism. Greenpeace has filed a statement of defence that says a defamation lawsuit by Resolute Forest Products is intended to silence the ...
Greenpeace says lawsuit an attempt to muzzle  Bay Today
Greenpeace hits back against Resolute Forest lawsuit  Toronto Star
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Caisse names Quebecer to head its Asia-Pacific office
The Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec has chosen �douard Merette to head its new Asia-Pacific office in Singapore. Already based in Singapore, Merette previously headed Asia-Pacific operations for Aon Hewitt and was a longtime employee for ...
La Caisse announces the appointment of �douard Merette as Managing Director ...  DigitalJournal.com
Merette leaves Aon Hewitt  Benefits Canada
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Rise of part-time work no reason to worry, TD says
The rise in part-time employment is nothing more than a pullback after companies hired more full-time workers than they needed coming out of the recession, one of Canada's largest banks said Thursday.
Don't be so quick to say Canada is becoming a part-time nation  The Globe and Mail
Canada: A Nation of Part-Time Workers?  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Wind Mobile drops domestic roaming fees for customers
TORONTO - Wind Mobile has announced it will charge substantially lower domestic roaming fees and bring in faster data speeds for customers that travel outside the company's coverage areas and need to use another Canadian carrier's network.
WIND Mobile 'First' to Launch 42Mbps Domestic Roaming Across Canada ...  PCC Mobile Broadband
Wind Mobile Cuts Customer Roaming Rates Up to 95%  Bloomberg
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Coal-loading facility opponents hope Fraser Surrey Docks stumbles over final ...
Opponents of a contentious coal transfer facility are hoping Fraser Surrey Docks will stumble over the final hurdles required to build its facility which will ship four-million metric tonnes of US coal to Texada Island.
Port Metro Vancouver approves coal exports from Fraser Surrey Docks  MetroNews Canada
UPDATE 1-Canada's largest port approves $15 mln coal transfer project  Reuters
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TSX slides on gold, China woes
The Toronto stock market closed with a small loss Thursday as traders weighed data showing an improving climate for U.S. manufacturers but worsening conditions in China and the eurozone.
Loonie rises, greenback weakens as strong data raises rate hike expectations  Castanet.net
Loonie up amid weak China/eurozone data  Stockhouse
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Nation's crop production expected to decline
A farmer swaths a canola field northeast of Regina near Edenwold this week. Production is expected to return to more normal levels this year after last year's records, says Statistics Canada.
Wheat Trims Weekly Decline as Rains Seen Curbing Canadian Crop  Businessweek
UPDATE 2-Canada producing less wheat, canola than expected  Reuters
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CRTC plans include 'pick-and-pay' TV
Canada's broadcast regulator has issued broad new proposals that could, if adopted, dramatically alter how Canadians receive and pay for their television.
Cheaper cable, American Super Bowl ads among CRTC...  CANOE
TalkTV � Have Your Say, Again  TV, eh?
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Supply slump at Shell's Alberta pumps
An issue at Shell Canada's Scotford refinery near Edmonton has crippled production and hurt supply at the gas company's service stations throughout Alberta.
Shell refinery 'upset' leaves Alberta gas stations dry  CanadianManufacturing.com
Some Calgary, Edmonton Shell stations facing gas shortages  660 News
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Stockwell Day joins push for $10B B.C. oil refinery to resolve his 'irritation' over ...
Proponents of controversial energy projects seem to be putting increasing value on the bare-knuckle experience gained in politics to help manage potentially conflicting industry, community, aboriginal and environmental interests.
Stockwell Day joins company planning to build BC bitumen refinery  CBC.ca
Stockwell Day joins Pacific Future Energy's $10b 'greenest refinery ...  Business in Vancouver
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