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Telus gets another chance to buy Canadian startup Mobilicity
(Reuters) - Telus Corp (T.TO: Quote), one of Canada's dominant telecom providers, has won another chance to overcome objections by the government to its takeover of struggling wireless startup Mobilicity.
Telus tries again to buy struggling Mobilicity  Toronto Star
Telus to buy Mobilicity in $350-million deal  The Globe and Mail
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Athabasca triggers oilsands sale to PetroChina
CALGARY - Athabasca Oil Corp. says it is selling its 40 per cent stake in the proposed 250,000-barrel-per-day Dover oilsands project to partner PetroChina for $1.32 billion.
PetroChina buys remaining Canadian oil sand shares  ecns
PetroChina Unit to Buy Remaining Stake in Alberta Oil-Sands Operation  Wall Street Journal
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Price of gas jumps almost 5 cents per litre
The price of gas rose nearly five cents per litre overnight. Residents filling up their tanks this morning in the Halifax area will pay a minimum of $1.433 cents per litre of self-serve, up from $1.387 on Thursday.
Canadians facing near-record gasoline prices  The Globe and Mail
Gas prices spike  CHCH News
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Quebec shipyard wins $6.5-million contract from Ottawa to refit coast guard ship
LEVIS, Que. - A Quebec shipyard has been awarded a $6.5-million contract by the federal government for refit work on the Canadian Coast Guard ship CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent.
Levis Shipyard to Refit Flagship Coast Guard Icebreaker  Marketwired (press release)
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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.
Burrard Street Bridge closed for paving over long weekend  Globalnews.ca
Repairs close Burrard Bridge on Friday and Saturday  Vancouver Sun
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Man wanted by Canadian Border Services arrested in Sudbury
A 37-year-old man wanted by the Canadian Border Services Agency was arrested in Sudbury on April 16 on an outstanding immigration warrant, said Greater Sudbury Police Service.
CBSA reminds travellers to plan ahead for Easter long weekend  mySteinbach.ca (blog)
Expect border crossings to be busy  Lethbridge Herald
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Tree cutting changes opposed RAW
Vancouver approved a bylaw change Wednesday that will restrict tree cutting on private property in order protect the city's healthy, mature urban canopy.
Vancouver residents no longer allowed to cut down trees  Vancouver Sun
Vancouver axes tree-cutting bylaw for property owners  CTV News
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Wolf management plan angers BC conservationists
The B.C. government says it's taking a balanced approach with its long-awaited wolf management plan, but the strategy is already drawing attacks from conservation groups.
B.C. releases wolf-population control plan  Surrey Leader
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3 Montreal-South Shore bridges to be repaired in 2014
Canada's busiest bridge is getting a $147-million makeover this summer, or perhaps more accurately, a make-under. The underside of the Champlain Bridge will be the target of 85 per cent of the repairs and includes the removal of the superbeam put in place ...
Orange cones for six federal structures  Montreal Gazette
Montreal motorists: Pack a lot of patience this summer  Globalnews.ca
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No tampering with rail crossings
Ottawa police say they found no evidence of mischief at seven west-end rail crossings, including one that's come under fire from politicians and residents for the number of times it's malfunctioned.
No evidence of sabotage of Via signals, Ottawa police say  Ottawa Citizen
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