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ASC shaming list names 135 respondents who haven't paid their fines
Violators of Alberta securities laws who don't pay their fines will find themselves named (and possibly shamed) on a list of unpaid orders on the Alberta Securities Commission website from now on, the regulator said Thursday.
Alberta to automatically approve out-of-province securities rulings  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Alberta becomes first province to automatically reciprocate capital markets ...  Financial Post
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BP will pay $US18.7 billion for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
The US Justice Department has reached an $18.7 ($24.5) billion agreement with BP to settle civil claims arising from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico - the worst oil spill in US history.
BP caps oil spill at $54 billion  The Times (subscription)
BP agrees to claims worth $US18.7b over 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill  ABC Online
Patriotism Trumps Economics for Many Greeks Deciding on Bailout
ARGOLIS, Greece—In this fertile region of rolling hills covered in olive groves and citrus plantations, national pride is coming before financial considerations as people decide how they will vote in Sunday's referendum on the country's international ...
Why the Greek bailout failed  The Globe and Mail
IMF warns of huge financial hole as Greek vote looms  Reuters Canada
Report finds BC government did not break rules before tailings pond breach
VICTORIA -- British Columbia's privacy commissioner says the province did not violate its duty to inform the public before last summer's tailings-pond breach at a gold and copper mine.
B.C. government in clear on Mount Polley tailings pond spill, says privacy ...  The Province
Commissioner's report on Mount Polley breach released  Williams Lake Tribune
Home sweet home: When we travel we like to engage in sports, enjoy life ...
VANCOUVER - As the summer progresses, British Columbia will continue to welcome visitors from all over the world. The Women's World Cup has already provided an opportunity for foreign tourists to enjoy all that Vancouver has to offer.
An American's Guide to Fishing in Canada  PR Web (press release)
Conference Board of Canada cautious about crude price rebound
CALGARY - The Conference Board of Canada says it's taking a cautious view of crude prices, even though they've improved substantially since the beginning of the year.
Cautious outlook for crude  News Talk 770 Calgary
Crude oil ends holiday shortened week 4.5% lower  Proactive Investors Australia
Toronto Stock Exchange advances, New York markets turn lower on the day
TORONTO - North American stock markets were mixed on Thursday with the Toronto Stock Exchange advancing while New York markets ended the day slightly lower.
TSX climbs as investors seek safety in defensive shares  Reuters Canada
CANADA STOCKS-TSX climbs as investors seek safety in defensive shares  Reuters
Windsor sex assault suspect arrested, found with drugs
Windsor police say a man has been arrested in connection with a sexual assault that occurred as a woman was walking along University Avenue earlier this week.
Man arrested after alleged sexual assault  CTV News
Police Arrest Male In Alleged Sexual Assault Investigation  windsoriteDOTca News
Canadian dollar drops below 80 cents US
The loonie sank below 80 cents (U.S.) Thursday as a recession looms thanks to contracting oil, gas and mining output amid depressed commodity prices.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ pulls back from 2-1/2-month low  Reuters
Loonie climbs on mixed US data and higher oil  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Corporate Calgary cuts Stampede spending amid oil gloom
This time last year David Howard was getting ready to host a number of high-profile corporate parties as part of Calgary's Stampede, but that's not the case this time around.
Fortney: Stampede parade goes sports crazy  Calgary Herald
Stampede loses corporate kick  TheChronicleHerald.ca