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Westjet pilots vote in favour of new contract
Pilots at Westjet have voted in favour of a new four-year contract. The airline says the deal includes improved pay and scheduling, which places the pilots among the highest paid in Canada's airline industry.
WestJet, pilots ink new contract  Calgary Herald
WestJet pilots vote in favour of new four-year contract  660 News
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Northerners hope Auditor-General's findings lead to serious help on food prices
For years, northerners have complained about Nutrition North to anyone who would listen, grumbling that the $60-million annual federal food subsidy was doing little to ease their staggering grocery costs.
A look at what went wrong with the Nutrition North food subsidy program  The Daily Courier (subscription)
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Some things change when it comes to BC dams. Some remain the same
When the W.A.C. Bennett Dam was completed in the fall of 1967, a crowd gathered inside its cavernous generating station near Hudson's Hope in northeastern B.C.
Smyth: Christy Clark faces battle royal in continuing W.A.C. Bennett's ...  The Province
Site C: Case hasn't been made  24 Hours Vancouver
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OMERS to sell portion of health-care IT firm Logibec to GI Partners
Private equity firm GI Partners will buy Canadian health care technology company Logibec Inc. from the investment arm of the Ontario Municipal Employees' Retirement System, GI Partners said Friday.
OMERS sells Logibec to GI Partners  Market Business News
Harris Williams & Co. Advises Logibec Inc. on its Pending Sale to GI ...  MarketWatch
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'Huff and puff' technology questioned after leak at CNRL Wolf Lake site
Greenpeace is raising concerns about the technology an Alberta oilsands operation uses to extract crude, following a second leak at a Canadian Natural Resources (CNRL) facility.
Oilsands leak that fouled aquifer is close to site where oil bubbled to ...
Oilsands leak that fouled aquifer is close to site where oil bubbled to surface  Lethbridge Herald
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Archibald's Wharf to be sold, Cape Breton council decides
Opponents of selling a slice of North Sydney green space and boardwalk to a vessel repair company have lost their battle as Cape Breton regional councillors voted Friday to sell Archibald's Wharf.
CBRM council approves sale of wharf in North Sydney  CTV News
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Mexican Antitrust Regulator Conditionally OKs AT&T's Acquisition Of Iusacell
Mexican telecommunications regulator has on Sunday conditionally approved the acquisition of Mexican wireless company Iusacell by U.S.
Mexico competition watchdog signs off on AT&T's Iusacell buy  KFGO
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Canadian mine near Alaska border wins approval
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The Canadian government is allowing a proposed open-pit mine near the southeast Alaska border to advance. Canada's Ministry of the Environment on Friday found the Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell project is not likely to cause significant ...
Seabridge KSM Project Receives Approval from BC Government  Net Newsledger
Federal Government Gives the Go Ahead for KSM Mining Project  KelownaNow
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BlackBerry reduces losses as revenue falls
BlackBerry Ltd chief executive officer John Chen (程守宗) thinks people who have been waiting for the demise of his troubled company can stand down.
Profit of BlackBerry fell 34% to $793m in Q3  Customs Today Newspaper
BlackBerry launches Classic in new quest for relevance - The Spokesman-Review  Macro Insider
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Influx of luxury retailers leave Canadians rich for choice - but will they spend?
TORONTO - With the arrival of Nordstrom north of the border in Calgary and Saks Fifth Avenue waiting in the wings, the U.S. department stores are joining an increasingly crowded field of players banking on Canadian fans of high-end goods to spread the ...
U.S. Luxury Retailers Flock To Canada, But Will Canadians Flock To Them?  Huffington Post Canada
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