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Rogers wireless roaming rates discriminatory, CRTC says
Canada's telecom regulator has banned exclusive wireless roaming deals in Canada after finding that Rogers included unfair clauses in some of theirs that hiked the cost of doing business for new telecom entrants - leading to higher prices and worse ...
Canadian Regulator Calls Out Rogers on Roaming Rates  Businessweek
CRTC finds 'unjust discrimination' in Rogers' roaming agreements  The Globe and Mail
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Apache May Sell Western Canadian Shale Gas Assets
Apache Corp. APA +1.35% Apache Corp. U.S.: NYSE $102.66 +1.37 +1.35% July 31, 2014 4:07 pm Volume (Delayed 15m) : 6.13M AFTER HOURS $102.66 0.00 % July 31, 2014 5:19 pm Volume (Delayed 15m) : 31,584 P/E Ratio 23.44 Market Cap $39.07 ...
Transcanada says Apache plan to sell Kitimat interest was no surprise  Reuters
Apache to quit Wheatstone gas project in Australia  Sydney Morning Herald
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Quebecor ponders wireless partnership with US operator
Quebecor Inc. says all options are on the table as it mulls a national expansion of its Videotron wireless service, including a strategic partnership with a high profile U.S.
Quebecor CEO uses Q2 call to outline view on wireless expansion outside Quebec  Montreal Gazette
UPDATE 3-Canada's Quebecor says nearing decision on mobile expansion  Reuters
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Alberta's Economy Sizzles. The Rest of Canada's Fizzles
In Canada's economy there's Alberta, then there's everywhere else. The oil- and gas-rich western province added 81,800 jobs over the last 12 months, while the rest of Canada lost 9,500.
Canadian economy beginning to ride the US wave  The Globe and Mail
After a slow start to the year, Canadian economy picks up speed in May  CTV News
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CIBC Looks Inside for New Ceo, Promoting Dodig
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce turned to wealth-management head Victor Dodig for its next chief executive officer, eschewing outside candidates and the leader of its retail banking unit.
CIBC names Victor Dodig as new president and CEO, takes over on Sept. 15  Calgary Herald
UPDATE 1-CIBC wealth unit chief to succeed CEO in September  Reuters
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TSX tumbles amid mixed earnings, interest rate concerns
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market tumbled as a number of big Canadian corporations missed earnings forecasts. The S&P/TSX composite index fell 194.08 points to 15,330.74 after hitting a fresh record high close on Wednesday.
Stockhouse & the Bell: Dow plunges 317 points, TSX off 194, as Argentina ...  Stockhouse
Canada Stocks Fall From Record as Oil, Gold Drop on Global Rout  Bloomberg
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IMF calls for green shift with 52% gas tax hike in Canada
The International Monetary Fund says Canada and other countries can improve their economies and environment by hiking energy taxes - while cutting them on people and capital.
IMF calls for higher energy taxes to combat climate change  The Hill
IMF urges higher energy taxes to fight climate change  Reuters UK
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TransCanada posts higher Q2 profit on gain from subsidiary sale
July 31 (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp, the country's No. 2 pipeline company and the backer of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, said on Thursday its second-quarter profit rose 14 percent on gains from the sale of a unit.
TransCanada Profit Hurt by Alberta's Falling Power Rates  Bloomberg
Pipeline company TransCanada reports second-quarter profit of $416 million  Times Colonist
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Provincial government releases plans for new Ontario Place waterfront ...
A jogger runs along the waterfront area near Toronto's Ontario Place on Monday May 19, 2014. Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young.
Ontario Place revitalization plans  Toronto Sun
Construction set to begin on first phase of Ontario Place revitalization  Toronto Star
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Bombardier Inc says it will stick to CSeries timeline, but some analysts have doubts
Bombardier Inc. said its CSeries program is still on schedule despite an engine problem that has grounded the plane for two months, but analysts say further delays are still possible.
Bombardier CEO sees decision shortly on CSeries engine solution  Montreal Gazette
Bombardier plans more job cuts, Russia plans intact  Reuters Canada
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