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Air Canada, airlines worldwide cancel flights to Tel Aviv for second straight day
Israel opened a remote desert airport to entice airlines to resume flying to the conflict zone deemed unsafe by the Obama administration, while most international airlines continued to cancel flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport Wednesday.
US Extends Ban on Carriers Flying Into Tel Aviv for Another 24 Hours  Wall Street Journal
Israel criticises airlines as US flight ban extended  Financial Times
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BCE to take Bell Aliant private in $3.7 billion deal
By Euan Rocha and Alastair Sharp. TORONTO (Reuters) - BCE Inc (BCE.TO: Quote)(BCE.N: Quote) said on Wednesday it will pay C$3.95 billion ($3.68 billion) to take regional affiliate Bell Aliant BA.
TSX advances amid major telecom deal  Financial Post
BCE buying stake in Bell Aliant it doesn't already own and will keep the ...  Times Colonist
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BC only province to see dip in retail sales in May: StatsCan
Total retail sales in British Columbia dipped slightly from April to May, making it the only province in the country that didn't see growth over this period, according to Statistics Canada data released July 23.
Retail sales record second straight strong month, boosting hopes for economy  CanadianBusiness.com
Retail sales in Manitoba up in May  Winnipeg Free Press
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Talisman Energy confirms interest from Spanish company Repsol
CALGARY -- Talisman Energy Inc. said Wednesday it's been approached by Repsol SA regarding possible deals, but there are questions over whether the Spanish energy giant would want to buy the Calgary-based company in its entirety.
Alberta assets a likely lure for Repsol: analyst  Calgary Herald
Talisman shares halted after reports of Repsol takeover bid  CBC.ca
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TransCanada receives approval for Northern Courier pipeline
TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday that the Alberta government had approved construction of its $800-million Northern Courier pipeline, which will connect the Fort Hills oil sand project to a tank farm in northern Alberta.
UPDATE 1-TransCanada receives approval for Northern Courier pipeline  Reuters
TransCanada: Northern Courier oilsands pipeline gets green light from regulator  mysask.com
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Boeing shares fall as tanker costs overshadow earnings
Boeing Co. fell the most among stocks on the Dow Jones Industrial Average as a cost for the KC-46A aerial tanker rekindled concern that the planemaker would struggle with another new aircraft program.
Commercial jets push Boeing profits up 52 percent  KOMO News
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Shares in Encana spinoff PrairieSky rise after profit report
CALGARY (CP) - Shares in Encana Corp. spinoff PrairieSky Royalty Ltd. rose by as much as 3.4 per cent on Tuesday following the release of its first financial report, which included a profit of nearly $24 million.
PrairieSky ready to snap up land  The Globe and Mail
Shares in Encana spinoff PrairieSky rise on first financial results  Times Colonist
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Toronto taste for new condos grows 94% in June
Toronto's condo market is showing no signs of slowing down, with new condo sales at 2,588 units in June, up 94 per cent from a year earlier.
Red-hot Toronto condo sales up 94% from last year  bnn.ca
Red-hot Toronto condo market up 94 per cent from last year  The Globe and Mail
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Four Toronto companies pay $84000 over telemarketing rules
OTTAWA�Canada's telecom regulator says it has taken action against four Toronto-area home-improvement companies for alleged violations of the telemarketing rules.
CRTC Wants to Address Outrageous Paper Bill Fees Charged by Canadian Telcos  Techvibes (blog)
CRTC challenging telcos over additional fees for paper billing  MobileSyrup.com
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Oliver rejects report calling for spending to create jobs, less focus on deficit
OTTAWA -- Finance Minister Joe Oliver is rejecting a recommendation from a report issued by the C.D. Howe Institute that he focus more on creating jobs than eliminating a tiny deficit.
Harper should boost employment by keeping deficit, think tank urges  The Globe and Mail
Slaying Deficits: Timing is Key for Ontario and Ottawa: CD Howe Institute  NorthumberlandView.ca
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