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Suncor employee dies after injury at oil sands site
FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. -- Canadian company Suncor Energy says an employee has died after being "severely injured" at its oil sands site.
Worker dies after injury at Suncor's oil sands site  Reuters Canada
Suncor worker dies from injuries in northern Alberta  Toronto Star
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Train derails near St. Norbert
Emergency crews responded the scene of a train derailment south of St. Norbert Sunday afternoon. The CN Rail train went off the tracks around 12:55 p.m.
Gallery: Train goes off the rails in St. Norbert  MetroNews Canada
Train derailment disrupts traffic on Highway 75  Winnipeg Free Press
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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
Stuck at the border? New online tool alerts Canadian travellers of wait times  CTV News
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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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Harper's vision of Canada as energy superpower thwarted by opposition to ...
OTTAWA�The Harper government, which never foresaw that pipelines would become the battleground in a frenzied struggle over climate change, is contending with a continentwide wave of political opposition that has imperilled plans to sell more Canadian ...
Minister won't say whether Ottawa will listen to pipeline plebiscite  News1130
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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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Qatar's LNG dominance challenged
Blazing gas flares 230 feet into the night sky above Qatar's Ras Laffan Industrial City. The 183-square-mile complex houses the world's largest assemblage of liquefied natural gas plants and its biggest port for LNG exports.
Ewart: LNG boom has its share of obstacles  Calgary Herald
Gas exports to restart  Petroleum News
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Report - Barclays to exit large parts of commodities business
Barclays, one of the world's biggest commodities traders, is planning to exit large parts of its metals, agricultural and energy business in a move expected to be announced this week.
Barclays set to abandon commodity markets  The Times (subscription)
Barclays is the next big bank pulling out of commodities: report
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Beware the Rush to Emerging Markets
Investors are flooding back into emerging markets. But beware: It may signal portfolio reshuffling more than fundamentals. Email; Print; Comments; Order Reprints.
For rapid growth, Africa is the new China  The Globe and Mail
Frontier Fund Buyers Find It Pays To Look Under The Hood  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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