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Telus set to lock horns with Ottawa in third Mobilicity bid
Telus Corp. is setting up a showdown with Ottawa by trying for a third time to buy a small Canadian wireless company in a deal that the government has already repeatedly blocked.
Mobilicity says Telus to acquire company for $350 million in proposed sale  The Province
UPDATE 1-Telus in new agreement to buy Canadian startup Mobilicity  Reuters
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Leak from nuclear waste site would be diluted: Experts
The �immense� waters of the Great Lakes will greatly dilute any radiation-bearing water that might leak from a proposed nuclear waste site on Lake Huron, says an expert group.
Proposed nuclear waste site triggers fears for Great Lakes, drinking water  Windsor Star (blog)
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Maple Leaf shutters Hamilton wiener production plant
Maple Leaf Foods Inc. has closed its wiener production plant in Hamilton as part of a broader plan to move the operations to a bigger plant in the same city.
Maple Leaf closes Hamilton wiener plant  Hamilton Spectator
Maple Leaf closes Ontario plant  Food Business News (registration)
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Stuck at the border? New online tool alerts Canadian travellers of wait times
With the Easter long weekend in full swing the Canadian government has launched a new online tool designed to warn travellers of expected wait times along the Canada-U.
Man wanted by Canadian Border Services arrested in Sudbury
Park man arrested at US-Canada border crossing  Sherwood Park News
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CANADA FX DEBT-C$ firms on inflation data, but slips 0.3 pct on the week
... Print. * Canadian dollar at C$1.1013 or 90.80 U.S. cents * Bond prices lower across the maturity curve (Adds analyst's comment, updates prices to close) By Alastair Sharp TORONTO, April 17 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar firmed against the greenback on ...
Canadians Paying More for Food  Wall Street Journal
Inflation climbs to 1.5 percent  Fort Frances Times
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Burrard Bridge construction: what you need to know
Vancouver's Burrard Bridge will be closed on Friday and Saturday mornings so construction can be avoided during the upcoming Sun Run and BMO Vancouver Marathon.
Crews put finishing touches on Burrard Bridge this weekend  News1130
Burrard Street Bridge closed for paving over long weekend
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Hanover OLG Payment
The fourth quarter share of revenue from the Hanover Slots, is going to the town. The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation issued a cheque for over $216-thousand to Hanover for hosting OLG Slots at Hanover Raceway.
OLG issues slot payment to Chatham-Kent  Chatham Daily News
OLG Pt. Edward Payments
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3 Montreal-South Shore bridges to be repaired in 2014
Canada's busiest bridge is getting a $147-million makeover this summer, or perhaps more accurately, a make-under. The underside of the Champlain Bridge will be the target of 85 per cent of the repairs and includes the removal of the superbeam put in place ...
Orange cones for six federal structures  Montreal Gazette
Montreal motorists: Pack a lot of patience this summer
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Job hopping the new normal
Turns out the Easter Bunny isn't the only one hopping around these days - Canadian workers are, too. A Workopolis poll released Thursday reveals that 51 per cent of those who responded had been in the same job for less than two years, while 30 per cent ...
Half of Canadians stay in jobs for 2 years: poll  Northumberland News
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Moose tags reduced for 2014 hunting season
moose courtesy ontario parks Adult moose tags will be reduced this year in Ontario. (PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF THUNDER BAY) Hunters will see a reduction in the amount of adult moose tags available for the upcoming season.
Declining moose herds prompts Ontario to slash moose tags by 18 percent  Manitoulin Expositor
OPINION: Moose tag reduction necessary to protect population
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