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TSX rises as gold miners jump, U.S. data supports
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TSX advances amid strong showings in Canadian retail sales, U.S. economic ...  Cape Breton Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rises as gold miners jump, US data supports  Reuters Africa
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Oil boom ropes in cowboys, leaving cattle ranches in the lurch
The labor shortage is squeezing a cattle industry already diminished over the past decade by mad cow disease, drought and floods. Photo: Richard Cornish.
XL Foods recall lawsuit reaches tentative deal for refunding beef customers
Canada's oil boom takes toll on cowboys, propels beef prices  Vancouver Sun
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Reitmans shutting down Smart Set stores, refocus on its other brands
A woman walks outside a Smart Set store in Laval, Que., Tuesday, Nov.25, 2014. Reitmans Canada Ltd. is closing its Smart Set clothing stores.
Smart Set closing  Welland Tribune
Reitmans to shut down failing Smart Set banner  Toronto Star
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Couche-Tard Q2 profit up 25 per cent
MONTREAL - Alimentation Couche-Tard's net income surged 25 per cent to US$286.4 million in the second quarter of its fiscal year despite a dip in revenues blamed largely on a higher U.S.
Alimentation's (ANCUF) CEO Brian Hannasch on Q2 2015 Results - Earnings ...  Seeking Alpha
Alimentation Couche-Tard to test European private label coffee program in ...  660 News
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Facing escalating pushback, Canada's oil sands industry goes on the offensive
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntoshGreeted with skepticism when launched a couple of years ago, COSIA, whose 13 members account for 90% of Canada's oil sands production, is now sharing 777 technologies that cost more than $950-million to develop ...
Oilsands alliance sets water use goals; GHG targets proving harder  CTV News
Canadian oil sands producers pledge to cut pollution  Upstream Online
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Quebec fashion retailer Simons has ambitious designs on the rest of Canada
When La Maison Simons, the venerable Quebec-based department-store chain, opened its outpost in West Edmonton Mall two years ago, it was the company's first store outside its home province.
Quebec-based Simons to open five stores in Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga ...  Financial Post
Quebec-based Simons to open new stores in BC, Alberta and Ontario into 2017  Montreal Gazette
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Canada 'concerned' as Buy America rules applied to BC ferry build
VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The Canadian government said on Tuesday it is "deeply concerned" by a State of Alaska effort to apply 'Buy America' rules to a ferry terminal being built in a remote northern British Columbia port town.
Buy America policy means Alaska ferry terminal in Prince Rupert to be built ...  Vancouver Sun
Alaska's construction of BC ferry terminal falls under Buy America policy  580 CFRA Radio
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Mobilicity weighs paths out of financial limbo
Mobilicity says it is in ongoing, early-stage discussions with �a number� of interested parties over a possible transaction that could end the restructuring limbo the wireless startup has been in for more than a year.
Catalyst Capital Group set to launch US$1.25-billion fund in early 2015  Financial Post
Catalyst Set to Start $1.25 Billion Fund in Early 2015  Businessweek
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British Columbia approves Petronas LNG project, two gas pipelines
VANCOUVER Nov 25 (Reuters) - British Columbia has approved a liquefied natural gas export terminal being developed by Malaysia's Petronas, along with two pipelines to service Canada's fledgling LNG industry, the province's Ministry of Environment said ...
Gov't gives green light to LNG
Petronas-Led Gas Project Granted Provincial Environmental Permit  Wall Street Journal
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Ontario planning to cut use of pesticide linked to bee deaths by 80 per cent
Ontario's plan to significantly curb the use of a controversial agricultural pesticide linked to honeybee deaths was lauded Tuesday by environmentalists and beekeepers' groups as a move in the right direction.
Beekeepers support Ontario's commitment to reduce neonicotinoid ...  Manitoulin Expositor
Ontario pro-bee pesticide plan hailed and denounced  Windsor Star (blog)
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