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More pipeline protesters detained, including two 11-year-old girls (with video)
Two 11-year-old girls were among the protesters who crossed a police picket line Sunday on Burnaby Mountain to protest testing being done by Kinder Morgan for the company's proposed pipeline expansion.
Two pre-teens cross picket line to protest Kinder Morgan pipeline (with video)  Vancouver Sun
Arrests made on Burnaby Mountain for fourth straight day  Globalnews.ca
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Why The Canadian Dollar Could Be Moving Higher (FXC)
Strong inflation growth led speculators to bet the Bank Of Canada would increase rates sooner than expected. With economic growth still gradually recovering, however, many question whether a rate rise would be beneficial to the overall economy.
Pricier bacon and smokes help push Canada's annual inflation to 2.4 % in ...  Canada.com
Inflation takes surprise turn higher  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
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Exclusive: China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation - sources
A vegetable vendor holds a stack of Chinese yuan banknotes at a morning market in Shenyang, Liaoning province June 10, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Stringer.
Asia stocks jump as China, Europe step up stimulus  Reuters Canada
China's rate cut: Should we buy it?  MarketWatch
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Toro Oil & Gas Reports Release of Gas From Well Near Airdrie; no one injured
Toro Oil & Gas Ltd, formerly Kallisto Energy Corp. (KEC.V: Quote) said that a gas well located two kilometers southwest of Airdrie, Alberta began to leak at approximately 6:30pm on Saturday, November 22, 2014.
Airdrie sour gas leak update expected Sunday afternoon  CBC.ca
AER Responds to Sour Gas Release Near Airdrie  Yahoo Finance UK
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Relief Predicted For Propane Users
or click the play button to listen now. (Regional) -. Some good news for residents in our region who heat their homes with propane.
NEB says propane market better prepared  MetroNews Canada
Rural residents need not brace for a repeat of last winter, says regulator  Medicine Hat News
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Collection of ancient Chinese jade to be auctioned in Toronto
Jade pieces from the estate of the late Irving Langleb are going up for auction on Tuesday at A.H. Wilkens Auctions & Appraisals in Toronto.
Rare jade collection to be auctioned at AH Wilkens in Toronto  680 News
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RBC to trim wealth management, international advisory unit
TORONTO (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Canada (RY.TO) said on Friday it is shutting down its international client-wealth-management business in the Caribbean, along with some international advisory businesses in Canada and the United States.
RBC to Shut Caribbean Wealth-Management Business, Cut Jobs  Businessweek
RBC exits wealth management in the Caribbean to focus on growth regions  Didsbury Review
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Tests on Champlain Bridge to slow traffic to snail speed
From midnight to 3 a.m., drivers will have to reduce their speed to 10 kilometres per hour to accommodate load bearing tests that will be conducted on the Champlain Bridge.
Speed limit on Champlain Bridge to be reduced overnight  CTV News
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Sweet taste of beer coming to North Bay
Ron Clancy and Mike Harrison of North Bay have reestablished the New Ontario Brewing Company. The craft brewery originally started in North Bay in 1905 to 1915 when the building was destroyed by a fire.
'We Make Beer' great book on brew  Toledo Blade
Craft beer stores worth consideration  Caledon Enterprise
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Pipeline hurdles don't faze Premier
Premier Jim Prentice says he "has a good working relationship" with Ontario and Quebec premiers. Premier Jim Prentice says he can do business with the Ontario and Quebec premiers even as they put in place potential new hurdles to pipeline development.
Quebec-Ontario alliance trumps Stephen Harper snub: Cohn  Toronto Star
Premiers Wynne and Couillard set seven criteria for Energy East  The Globe and Mail
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