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Telus to pay $350M for Mobilicity
Mobilicity, the struggling Canadian wireless company, agreed to be acquired by Telus Corp. in a deal it said won't reduce competition for subscribers.
Telus set to lock horns with Ottawa in third Mobilicity bid  The Globe and Mail
Mobilicity agrees to be sold to Telus  CBC.ca
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Online tool can help make crossing the border easier
VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - Long weekends are always busy at the border, however, yesterday saw wait times north of three hours. The Canada Border Services Agency has launched a new forecasted border wait times tool on its website.
Canada Border Services Agency launches border wait times tool  WatertownDailyTimes.com
Stuck at the border? New online tool alerts Canadian travellers of wait times  CTV News
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Burrard Bridge construction: what you need to know
Vancouver's Burrard Bridge will be closed on Friday and Saturday mornings so construction can be avoided during the upcoming Sun Run and BMO Vancouver Marathon.
Crews put finishing touches on Burrard Bridge this weekend  News1130
Burrard Street Bridge closed for paving over long weekend  Globalnews.ca
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More Canadians job hopping after two years
The survey found that 48 per cent of those polled reported that they've had three or more separate career paths. Photograph by: John Amis, The Associated Press , The Canadian Press.
Today's worker? Two years and out, for some  Guelph Mercury
More Canadians leaving their jobs after just two years: Workopolis poll  Waterloo Record
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NCC sells Capital Bixi bike-share network to U.S. company
OTTAWA - The NCC has sold Ottawa's downtown bike-sharing network to a U.S. company committed to doubling the network's size over the next few years.
Bixi now in private hands, out of NCC hands  Ottawa Sun
NCC sells Ottawa bike-share service to US-based CycleHop  CBC.ca
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Visits to food banks in Toronto's suburbs up almost 20% since 2008
More residents living in Toronto's suburbs are having a hard time putting food on the table, turning to food banks in record numbers.
Olympians to volunteer at Daily Bread food drive launch  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Food bank hopes Torontonians spring into action  Toronto Sun
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Guelph's Linamar fined $100000 after worker burned
GUELPH - Linamar Corporation was fined $100,000 in Guelph Ontario Court Thursday after a worker suffered burns in a workplace incident at its Vehcom Manufacturing facility on Campbell Road almost two years ago.
Guelph's Cargill pleads guilty in workplace mishap  Cambridge Times
Guelph Company, Cargill Ltd, Fined After Worker Injured  Fountain Pen
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CWB acquires Prairie West Terminal
The CWB (formerly Canadian Wheat Board) is charging ahead with its plan to have assets and business in place to be self-sufficient by August 2017 by acquiring a Saskatchewan elevator company.
CWB Enters into an Agreement to Acquire Prairie West Terminal  Insurance News Net (press release)
Canadian Wheat Board issues subsequent early warning news release in ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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Athabasca sells stake in oil sands project to partner PetroChina
CALGARY, Alberta, April 17 (Reuters) - Athasbasca Oil Corp said on Thursday it has exercised an option to sell its 40 percent stake in the planned Dover oil sands project to its partner PetroChina Co for C$1.32 billion ($1.20 billion) after the project received ...
Athabasca Oil sells stake in oil sands project to partner PetroChina  Financial Post
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Lululemon lawsuits: Too big of a 'stretch,' says judge
A U.S. judge has issued final dismissals of lawsuits accusing Lululemon Athletica Inc and various company officials of defrauding shareholders by concealing defects in yoga pants.
Judge dismisses $2B 'yoga pants' lawsuit against Lululemon  The Star-Ledger
U.S. judge tosses Lululemon pants lawsuit  StarPhoenix
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