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CP's Harrison lays out plan to more than double profit
The chief executive officer of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. has set out an ambitious plan to more than double the company's profit in four years largely by increasing the speed of its trains.
Canadian Pacific sets out plans to double earnings, grow revenue to $10B in 2018  CTV News
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd expects earnings per share to more than double ...  Financial Post
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Keurig coffee sued for $600M by Ontario-based Club Coffee
An Ontario coffee roaster and grinder is suing U.S. coffee goliath Keurig for anti-competitive behaviour, claiming it is keeping the price of single-serve coffee pods artificially high for consumers.
Canadian coffee firm sues Keurig, alleges unfair competition  Waterloo Record
Club Coffee sues rival Keurig, alleges unfair competition over coffee pods  Calgary Herald
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Ivanho� closes sale to Cominar at $1.24 billion, cuts 60 jobs
MONTREAL - Ivanho� Cambridge and Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust have closed a transaction for the sale of 14 properties at $1.24 billion.
Closing of the transaction between Ivanho� Cambridge and Cominar
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First Nations acquire 3 Vancouver properties, including Jericho Lands
The Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations announced Wednesday that they had jointly acquired three properties in Metro Vancouver that had previously belonged to the Government of Canada.
First Nations join Vancouver land deal valued at $302M
Three BC First Nations sign sharing deal over three prime Metro properties  Westerly News
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Mining firm receives 'stones of shame' from Quebec Innu
The chiefs of two Innu communities in northern Quebec took an unusual action Wednesday in the middle of downtown Montreal. The chiefs come from communities more than a 1,000 kilometres northeast of Montreal.
Quebec Innu want money for iron ore mining  MetroNews Canada
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Winter parking ban coming to some Edmonton neighbourhoods
The city will ban parking on one side of the road all winter long in four Edmonton communities. West Jasper Place, Crestwood, Henderson Estates and Haddow neighbourhoods will be test cases for a new way of removing snow from the city's streets, which ...
Winter long parking ban approved for four neighborhoods
Neighbourhoods to lose on-street parking for winter  Edmonton Journal
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MPI CEO says former CEO McLaren getting paid $50K 'to do nothing'
The new CEO of Manitoba Public Insurance says his predecessor is getting paid $50,000 to do nothing. Manitoba gives OK to retired MPI boss to sign new contract.
$50K to do nothing: Retired MPI boss paid to be replacement's understudy  Winnipeg Sun
Former MPI CEO's $50-K contract an 'insurance policy': Guimond  Winnipeg Free Press
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Winnipeg police look for sneaky thief whose sleight of hand fooled bank tellers
WINNIPEG - Winnipeg police are looking for a nimble-fingered thief who pocketed cash in front of bank tellers without their knowing it.
Man sought in connection with two bank robberies  Winnipeg Free Press
Quick-handed suspect sought in thefts from Winnipeg banks
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Alberta extends wild boar eradication program
Alberta has extended its bounty program aiming to control the province's wild boar population. About half of the province's municipalities participate in the program, which sees $50 handed out to hunters for every pair of boar ears turned in.
Boar Bounty Extended In Alberta  Huffington Post Canada
Wild boar hunt extended in Alberta  660 News
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Sale Price for Canada Coal Mine: $2
The coal market has been hit by oversupply and the Chinese steel market has cooled. Above, a plant in China. REUTERS. The Asian owners of a billion-dollar Canadian coal mine are in talks to sell a majority stake of the mine for $2, underscoring the impact ...
Canadian coal mine Grande Cache sold for US$2 amid plunging bulk ...  Financial Post
Mining fire sale: Alberta coal company sold for $2  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
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