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TSX slips as energy shares drop with oil price
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Monday as weakness in the price of oil dragged on shares of energy producers such as Suncor Energy Inc and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX opens lower as energy shares slip  Reuters
TSX, Wall Street down ahead of earnings, economic data  Financial Post
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Xplornet pledges fast internet for rural, remote areas
Xplornet Communications Inc. is promising internet download speeds of up to 25 megabits per second for rural and remote areas of Canada by 2017.
Xplornet Announces Plan to Deliver 25 Mbps Broadband Internet to 100% of ...  mediacaster
Rural Canadians can look forward to faster web access  660 News
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Majority say health will be biggest retirement expense: BMO poll
TORONTO - A new poll suggests that health and medical costs are the biggest financial worry for Canadians later in life. The Bank of Montreal report, titled "Living to 100: The Four Keys to Longevity," found that 74 per cent of those recently polled foresee ...
Living to 100? BMO Report Outlines What You Need To Know  MarketWatch
Health costs are biggest retirement worry  Surrey Leader
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TransAlta to build power station for Australian power plant
(Reuters) - Canadian power company TransAlta Corp TAC.N has agreed to build a A$570 million ($535.97 million) gas power station in South Hedland, Western Australia.
TransAlta to Build Power Station in Western Australia  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 1-TransAlta to build $536 mln power station in Australia  Reuters
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'Vulnerable' Canadian dollar could tumble further
A �vulnerable� Canadian dollar could dip further still after its half-a-cent loss on Friday. It all has to do with shifting sentiment and developments in the United States later this week.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ steadies after last week's sharp drop  Reuters
Canadian dollar edged slightly higher ahead of heavy slate of economic data  mysask.com
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LNG's $11.7m bid to replicate Magnolia
LNG will look to replicate the success of its proposed Magnolia liquefied natural gas plant in Louisiana in Canada, with the group paying $US11 million ($11.7m) for a site in Nova Scotia.
Australian firm buys Bear Head LNG facility  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Australian company buys proposed Bear Head LNG site in Nova Scotia for $11M  Brandon Sun
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I don't have any offers to buy Blackberry: CEO John Chen
BlackBerry Ltd. has no acquisition offers on the table as Chief Executive Officer John Chen seeks to remake the company. The handset and mobile software-and-services provider is instead focused on turning its ailing business around independently, and its ...
I Don't Have Any Offers to Buy Blackberry: CEO Chen  Bloomberg
BlackBerry (BBRY): Today's Pre-Market Leader Stock  TheStreet.com
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Hudson's Bay testing real time mobile advertising in stores
Hudson's Bay Co. is testing out a mobile advertising program that will send messages in real time to shoppers in its stores. On Monday, the retailer will announce that it is using technology from a company called Swirl to manage location-based mobile alerts at ...
Lord & Taylor, Hudson's Bay Go Big on Beacons  MediaPost Communications
Apple's iBeacon continues to spread with new rollouts by Lord & ...  Apple Insider
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Athabasca Falls on PetroChina Oil Sands Pay Wait
Athabasca Oil Corp. (ATH) fell to its lowest intraday price in seven months after saying it's continuing efforts to collect a C$1.32 billion ($1.22 billion) payment from PetroChina Co.
Canada Stocks Fall From Record as Oil Producers Decline  Businessweek
Athabasca Oil Corp shares dive on worries over PetroChina $1.23-billion payment  Financial Post
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Ontario's battle over 3-litre milk jugs on grocery shelves
A spat over milk containers is souring relations between dairy farmers and manufacturers. For months, Ontario's milk bureaucracy has been battling over whether you should be able to buy 3 litres of milk in the grocery store.
Battle brews over 3-litre milk jugs  Waterloo Record
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