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Salaries paid in bitcoin a growing trend in Canada
A small but growing - and surprising - number of workers are rejecting Canadian dollar salaries for bitcoin, according to a Waterloo, Ont.
More workers opt to be paid with Bitcoin, Waterloo payroll firm says  Hamilton Spectator
Growing number of workers choosing Bitcoin paycheques
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New Arctic Economic Council will try to shape development in North
Canada will live up to promises it made two years ago when the first meeting of the Arctic Economic Council begins Tuesday in Iqaluit.
Arctic Council flora and fauna group meets in Nunavut  Nunatsiaq News
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Sino-Forest tribunal will put fraud allegations � and the OSC's reputation � to ...
The Ontario Securities Commission's fraud allegations against Sino-Forest Corp. and five of its former executives are as spectacular as they come in market prosecutions: Fraudulent overstatement of assets.
Sino-Forest high-profile fraud hearing to begin  The Globe and Mail
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DAD's Bagels says goodbye 1:44
When a Dollarama opened next door to D.A.D.'s Bagels a few years ago, Kashmir Singh Randhawa knew his days were numbered. "I played the waiting game," Randhawa said.
DAD's Bagels closing shop in NDG  Montreal Gazette
DAD's Bagels shuts its doors in NDG for Dollarama expansion  CTV News
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VIA Rail service resumes following fatal collision on tracks east of Ottawa
VIA Rail service has resumed along the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto corridor, after delays Sunday evening due to a fatal collision. A spokesperson for VIA Rail says a trespasser on the tracks was struck and killed around 6:00 p.m.
VIA Rail passengers re-routed after pedestrian struck on tracks  CTV News
Via Rail passengers re-routed by bus after fatal collision on tracks  Ottawa Citizen
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Mitzie Hunter has no pension but will try to get one for all Ontario workers
It's a bold government that introduces a go-it-alone program that is expensive, apt to be deeply unpopular in some quarters and a tough sell in others, where the upside won't be obvious for another 30 years.
Lots to learn from Ontario's pension plan  North Shore News
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The Mount Polley mine disaster
... � On BC Day, a holiday meant to celebrate beautiful BC, we were all having a beautiful time at the family cabin at Quesnel Lake, with hot sun, blue skies and a pristine lake.
Mount Polley: Imperial Metals and government focus on covering up instead of ... (blog)
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Cameco workers protest following rejected offer
Cameco workers picketed outside the uranium giant's head office in Saskatoon today. The labour dispute has led to temporary shut downs at two of the company's facilities.
Labour strike forces Cameco to suspend two operations in Saskatchewan, Canada  Mining Technology
Strike-lockout interrupts work at two Cameco uranium facilities in Sask.
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Unions celebrate the American workforce at state fair march
It's Labor Day, which marks both the unofficial end to summer as well as a day to celebrate the American workforce. But there are half as many Americans in a labor union today as there were 30 years ago.
Canada: Working Class Politics and the Contradictions of Social Democracy ...  Center for Research on Globalization
Why white men hate unions: The South, the new workforce and the GOP war on ...  Salon
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UPDATE 1-Spain raises 1 billion euros in first 50-year bond
... * Spain's Treasury issues first-ever 50-year bond. * Covers 78.4 pct of 2014 medium and long term debt plans. * Aiming for 3 bln euros in 10- and 30-yr bonds on Thursday (Recasts with new 50-year bond issue).
Spain Sells First 50-Year Government Bonds  Bloomberg
Spain Launches 50-Year Bond  Wall Street Journal
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