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Bombardier: 1800 jobs to go across global operations
The aerospace firm Bombardier has announced a reorganisation which will lead to 1,800 job losses across its global operations. The firm is one of Northern Ireland's biggest employers with around 6,000 people working across four sites.
Bombardier Shakes Up Organization, to Cut 1800 Jobs  Wall Street Journal
Reorganization at Bombardier: 1800 job cuts within months  CTV News
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UPDATE 3-Talisman Energy says approached by Spain's Repsol about deal
(Adds details on assets and closing share price, paragraphs 7-10). By Scott Haggett and Julie Gordon. CALGARY/VANCOUVER, July 23 (Reuters) - Talisman Energy Inc shares rose 13 percent on Wednesday as it confirmed it has been approached by ...
Talisman admits interest from Repsol but deal seen unlikely  The Globe and Mail
Talisman Energy Inc. (TSE:TLM) Rallies on Rumors of Takeover Bid  Stixs News
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(MKTW) Precision Drilling Corporation Announces 2014 Third Quarter Dividend ...
This news release contains "forward-looking information and statements" within the meaning of applicable securities laws.
Precision Drilling revenue jumps 25 percent as drilling activity rises  Reuters Canada
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(MKTW) Rapid Portfolio Transition, Robust Liquids Growth Among Highlights of ...
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Jul 24, 2014) - Encana's (TSX:ECA)(NYSE:ECA) strong second quarter of 2014 saw the company continue to make faster than expected progress in the execution of its strategy, with the reporting period highlighted by the ...
Encana's operating profit falls 31 percent  Reuters Canada
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Teck Sees Lower Costs After Job Cuts Amid Coal Price Rout
Teck Resources Ltd. (TCK:US), Canada's largest diversified mine operator, sees its coal mining costs 5 percent lower than previously expected this year after job cuts.
Teck profit falls 44% as coal prices remain weak  The Globe and Mail
Teck Resources' profit falls as coal prices remain weak  Reuters
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Gaza conflict: FAA lifts ban on flights to Tel Aviv
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration lifted its ban on all flight to Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport late Wednesday night, despite ongoing fighting in Gaza.
Halted flights to and from Israel strand travelers, complicate US bid for ...  Washington Post
US flights returning to Tel Aviv, but Israeli tourism will feel turbulence ...  Haaretz
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Parks Canada-Roots: A match made in branding heaven, but it wasn't to be
There's a mystery in Canada's business world. Why did Roots, the iconic Canadian company that's synonymous with stylish, quality casual wear for nature lovers, drop out of a plan to collaborate with Parks Canada on a new fashion line?
Parks' Original clothing now on sale  Rocky Mountain Outlook
Parks Canada launches clothing line
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Is Putin getting away with murder?
Michael Petrou explains why even the international condemnation that's followed the downing of Flight MH17 won't slow Putin's ambitions.
2 Ukrainian Fighter Jets Shot Down as Conflict Intensifies  New York Times
City of London to bear the brunt of EU sanctions on Russia
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Shoppers ring up $1.6B in May sales
Retail sales in Saskatchewan hit $1.6 billion in May, the highest ever recorded for the month and the fifth month in a row of increased sales, according to a report released Wednesday by Statistics Canada.
BC only province to see dip in retail sales in May: StatsCan  Business in Vancouver
Canada Dollar Reaches Highest in Almost a Week on Sales  Bloomberg
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List of 17 recommendations made in wake of de le Concorde collapse
MONTREAL - The Johnson Commission investigated the de la Concorde overpass collapse, which killed five people on Sept. 30, 2006. Its report included the following 17 recommendations: 1. Revise Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code CSA-S6-2006.
No one to blame in De la Concorde overpass collapse: Order of Engineers  CTV News
Quebec Order of Engineers won't lay blame for Concorde overpass collapse  CJAD
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