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WestJet ready for challenge if Southwest comes to Canada: Saretsky
CALGARY - WestJet acknowledged Tuesday the threat posed by U.S.-based Southwest Airlines' potential entry into the Canadian market, but CEO Gregg Saretsky said the Calgary-based airline will be �ready for the challenge.
TSX steady as geopolitical fears offset Talisman, WestJet gains  Reuters Canada
Higher ticket prices, fees drive WestJet profit  The Globe and Mail
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ICAO wants to close 'gaps' in air safety regulations
MONTREAL - The International Civil Aviation Organization says it will take immediate and decisive action to close �gaps� in air safety regulations and practices following the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 this month.
Task force to focus on air safety in conflict zones  Toronto Star
MH17 tragedy 'exposed gap' in safety systems, admits aviation industry  Sydney Morning Herald
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UPDATE 2-Talisman steers clear of Repsol comment, posts Q2 loss
(Adds detail and comment in initial four paragraphs and updates share price; in U.S. dollars unless noted). CALGARY, Alberta, July 29 (Reuters) - Talisman Energy Inc , Canada's fifth-largest independent petroleum producer, declined to offer additional details ...
Talisman Energy Inc mum on possible Repsol deal, posts second-quarter net loss  Financial Post
Talisman Energy posts surprise loss  Reuters Canada
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Rona on hunt for dealers with deal to distribute products to Ace Hardware stores
MONTREAL - Home renovation company Rona is returning to the hunt for new independent dealers, after reaching a long-term licensing agreement to distribute products to 120 Ace Hardware stores in Canada.
(MKTW) RONA and Ace Hardware International Announce Agreement for Master ...  Wall Street Journal
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EU and US announce new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
BRUSSELS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The European Union and the United States on Tuesday announced further sanctions against Russia, targeting its energy, banking and defense sectors in the strongest international action yet over Moscow's support for ...
Obama Joins Europe in Expanding Sanctions on Russia  New York Times
Harper to impose new Russian sanctions  Toronto Sun
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Mayoral candidate Steeves proposes doctor's note needed to get buffer zone
Mayoral candidate Gord Steeves wants to aggressively attack mosquitos in Winnipeg. Steeves said, if elected, he would lobby the province to reduce malathion fogging buffer zones from 90 to 40 metres.
Steeves said this morning he'd reduce buffer zones from 90 metres to 40 ...  Winnipeg Free Press
Makes sense to sell golf courses: Brodbeck  Winnipeg Sun
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Canada, Michigan officials to announce bridge plan
DETROIT -- Canadian Transport Minister Lisa Raitt and Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder have called a news conference Wednesday about the planned new $2 billion bridge linking Detroit and Windsor, Ontario.
Canadian, US governments to announce plans for Detroit-Windsor bridge  580 CFRA Radio
Lisa Raitt, Rick Snyder to make 'important' DRIC announcement
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Moody's Investment Services affirms Aa2 credit rating for Quebec
MONTREAL - Moody's Investors Service has decided to maintain Quebec's Aa2 credit rating, saying the province has a stable outlook.
Moody's Corporation: Moody's upgrades the ratings of $566 million of ...  The Wall Street Transcript
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Weston going gung-ho on gluten-free to counter Q2 losses
TORONTO George Weston Ltd. is placing its bets on gluten-free baked goods as a way to lure more customers in a heated Canadian grocery market, amid a second-quarter loss that was impacted by the acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart by its subsidiary, ...
George Weston reports Q2 net loss, but adjusted earnings beat  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
George Weston has Q2 net loss; higher sales  MSN Canada
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'We are ready': TransCanada expects to file for Energy East pipeline permit by ...
TORONTO � TransCanada Corp. expects to file an application for its massive Energy East project as early as next month. �We are ready,� Bob Eadie, Energy East pipeline project director at TransCanada, said Tuesday in an interview in Toronto where the ...
Alberta energy economist takes closer look at summer power prices
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