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TSX down: miners fall on weak data
TORONTO (CP) - The Toronto stock market closed lower Wednesday amid positive earnings news and signs of weakening Chinese growth. Other news.
TSX down: miners fall on weak data, rails drop as unsafe tank cars phased out  CTV News
TSX ends lower as miners fall on weak data, railways drop  The Province
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Gas prices spike earlier than usual
EDMONTON - Along with the arrival of the Easter Bunny comes at least two other Canadian rites of spring: the Maple Leafs missing the playoffs and a spike in gas prices.
Gas prices continue to rise  Newstalk 1010
What's causing the country-wide gas hike?  The Weather Network
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Alstom restructures its operations and eliminates 150 jobs in Montreal
MONTREAL - French train manufacturer Alstom is eliminating about 150 full-time positions, or more than half the workforce, at its Montreal plant as it transfers activities to Europe.
Alstom to cut 150 jobs in Montreal
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Ottawa opens door to new shared-risk pension plans
The Conservative government is throwing a new idea into the heated debate over pensions, launching a national discussion of proposed new plans that share the investment risk between employers and employees.
Ottawa to propose new pension scheme, but not budging on CPP expansion  Medicine Hat News
Ottawa to propose risk-sharing pension scheme  Toronto Star
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(PR) Canadian Pacific responds to announcement by Transport Canada
CALGARY, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Canadian Pacific (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) today welcomed Transport Canada's announcement pertaining to older DOT-111 tank cars, but the railway expressed disappointment with the federal government's ...
Canada to Phase Out Rail Cars Tied to Deadly Quebec Fire  New York Times
Tanker cars pulled off the rails  CHCH News
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Peter Hadekel: Oliver touches on thorny Ottawa-Quebec relations with board of ...
After something of a Cold War with the Parti Qu�b�cois government, the federal government expects a thaw in relations with Quebec now that the provincial Liberals have been voted into office.
Montreal board of trade urges Joe Oliver to abandon national securities ...  CTV News
Home News Business In terms of the employment rate, Canada far from...  Hamilton Spectator
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Ronald McDonald takes to Twitter, gets new outfit as McDonald's puts focus back ...
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Ronald McDonald has a new look, and he's ready for a selfie. McDonald's said Wednesday its famous spokesclown will take an active role on social media for the first time, using the hashtag #ronaldmcdonald.
Ronald McDonald's ready for a selfie: McDonald's restaurants giving ...  Daily Mail
Ronald McDonald gets makeover, takes to Twitter  Las Vegas Sun
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Saskatchewan restaurant owners deny they fired Canadian waitresses and ...
The owners of a Saskatchewan restaurant deny accusations they fired Canadian waitresses and replaced them with temporary foreign workers, a story that sparked a national controversy.
Weyburn restaurant defends staffing moves and use of foreign temps
Weyburn restaurant issues statement about workers  The Province
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Bangladesh's 'miracle' survivor marries and builds new life
Savar, Bangladesh: She was the "miracle" seamstress, plucked from the rubble of the world's worst garment factory disaster 17 days after her factory collapsed.
Bangladesh's Chance to Get It Right  New York Times (blog)
Bangladesh's Rana Plaza tragedy lives on for the child workers who survived
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Feds urge pursuing exports to emerging markets
Ed Fast, International Trade Minister, announced federal funding for Saskatoon-based organizations Wednesday. Gord Waldner/The StarPhoenix photo.
Trade talks with Russia no longer on the table, say feds  Sun News Network
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