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ValueAct buying shares of Agrium
Crop prices have fallen sharply this year, putting pressure on the farmers who are Agrium's key customers. Photograph by: Larry Macdougal, The Canadian Press , Financial Post.
Agrium Rises Most in Five Years  Potash Investing News
TSX posts biggest weekly gain in a year as Agrium surges  Reuters Canada
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TSX, Wall Street up at end of positive week as indexes shake off selloff
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market registered a solid gain Friday at the end of a positive week as share prices continue to recover from a sharp sell-off earlier this month.
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Line 9 pipeline design is safe, Enbridge tells Energy Board
Enbridge insists in a regulatory filing that its design for the Line 9 pipeline through southern Ontario has the right shut-off valve configuration to minimize the risk to waterways and reservoirs in the event of a rupture.
Enbridge stands ground, tells National Energy Board that Line 9 design is safe  Edmonton Journal
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Ontario gas prices will likely stay low for months: Expert
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As oil price falls, city remembers and prepares  Houston Chronicle
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Source Cable sold to Rogers in $160M deal
Hamilton's last independent cable provider, Source Cable, has been sold to Rogers Communications in a $160-million deal. It was announced Thursday in Rogers' third-quarter results in which the company indicated it had purchased Source Cable Ltd.
Rogers profit drops 28% even as revenue increases
Rogers launches LTE-Advanced wireless for faster speeds  ITWorld Canada
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Pacific Northwest LNG president resigns, Progress Energy chief to fill role
VANCOUVER - The president of Pacific Northwest LNG, which is looking to build a multibillion-dollar project near Prince Rupert, B.C.
Experts mull complexity of BC's new LNG tax  Vancouver Sun
Pacific NorthWest LNG CEO resigns  Journal of Commerce
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Ford picks Mexico over Windsor for engine plant, union says
Ford Motor Co. has decided to build its new engine in Mexico after it was unable to reach a deal with the federal and Ontario governments to bring the investment to Windsor, Ont.
Mexico outbid Ontario for new Ford plant, union president says  Toronto Star
Ford opts for Mexico instead of Ontario for engine plant, union says  Hamilton Spectator
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Postmedia shrinks annual loss by a third
Paul Godfrey, president and CEO of Postmedia Network Inc., announced that the media company suffered a net loss for the full year of $107.5 million.
Paul Godfrey: Evolution of a Canadian media mogul  The Globe and Mail
Postmedia losses widen on weaker ad sales
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Canada Job Grant applications accepted in B.C.
VANCOUVER - The federal employment minister has announced that B.C. businesses can now submit applications for a training program for future workers, with Ottawa footing most of the bill.
BC employers now able to apply to Canada Job Grant  Journal of Commerce
Governments of Canada and British Columbia launch the Canada Job Grant to ...
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Potash Corp remains confident of market outlook despite weak prices
Potash Corp of Saskatchewan's (TSX, NYSE:POT) chief executive Jochen Tilk said Thursday he believed prices for the fertilizer won't follow down the slippery slope trailed by corn, soybean and other crops, which have hit all-time lows as of late.
TD Securities Upgrades Potash Corp. (POT) to Buy (subscription)
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