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Regulator suspends operations of 95 pipelines at Nexen's Long Lake facility
Nexen Energy has been ordered to halt the operations of 95 pipelines at its Long Lake oilsands operation, where five million litres of emulsion spilled last month.
Nexen pipelines shut down
Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) suspends 95 Nexen Energy pipelines at its ...  Edmonton Sun
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Air Canada not honouring 'glitch' that sold flight packages for 90% off
It seemed like a chance to travel the world at bargain prices. For a short while, Air Canada's website was advertising 10-pack flight passes for $800 -- a deal John Risdon jumped on, thinking it was a deal of a lifetime.
Air Canada deal of 10 flights for $800 a computer glitch; packages cancelled
Customers annoyed after Air Canada cancels deal caused by computer glitch  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Ottawa posts $5B surplus for April-to-June period
The federal government has taken in $5 billion more than it spent since April, the Department of Finance revealed Friday. In the monthly Fiscal Monitor Ottawa revealed that government revenues came in at $24.3 billion in June, a surplus of $1.1 billion ...
Feds post $1.1B surplus for June  Toronto Sun
Canada Posts Budget Surplus in First Quarter  Wall Street Journal
Scotiabank sees gains in international operations profit
Concern about Bank of Nova Scotia's heavy exposure to struggling emerging market economies appeared to subside after the lender reported upbeat quarterly results that were driven in part by its international operations, where profit rose 11 per cent ...
UPDATE 3-Scotiabank energy-sector bad loans climb; profit tops estimates  Reuters
Scotiabank energy-sector bad loans climb; profit tops estimates  Reuters Africa
2 days of gains push oil up 17%, TSX up 3.3%
After a week with wild swings in the values of stocks and commodities, oil futures ended up gaining 17 per cent in two days and the TSX was up 3.3 per cent in the same period.
Loonie gains slightly as oil surges  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
MARKET REPORT: After wild week, TSE closes in the black
Alberta government vows no oil and gas royalty changes until 2017
Dave Mowat, chairman of Alberta's royalty review panel talks about its mandate and unveils new members during a news conference in Edmonton on August 28, 2015.
UPDATE 2-Alberta to keep oil, gas royalty framework to end-2016  Reuters
Alberta to keep oil, gas royalty framework to end-2016  Reuters Africa
Courts deny First Nations' Site C stop-work order
Two courts have rejected attempts by a pair of British Columbia First Nations to halt the construction of the Site C hydroelectric dam.
Court denies First Nations Site C stop-work order  Monday Mag
BC Supreme court dismisses Site C injunction request  Bulletin Leader
Twitter promises to hire, promote more women while fighting gender ...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter is setting modest goals to diversify its workforce while it fights a proposed class-action lawsuit that says the online messaging service discriminates against its female employees.
Twitter to increase female headcount to 35pc in major diversity push
Twitter's diversity plan: approximately 40 women.  Los Angeles Times
Vehicles fall into Victoria harbour: Ministry of Environment
VICTORIA -- A company that owns a barge laden with wrecked vehicles doesn't know why it tipped Friday afternoon, dumping some of its scrap load into Victoria's inner harbour.
Barge tips, cars fall into Canada harbour  The Australian (blog)
Barge Tips, Vehicles Fall Into Victoria Harbor  ABC News
Eldorado, miners take legal action over Greek project
ATHENS Aug 28 Canada's Eldorado Gold and workers at its disputed gold mine project in northern Greece filed a new legal complaint on Friday to overturn a government decision which led to its activities being halted, court officials said.
Eldorado Gold Corp Cut to Sell at Zacks (EGO)  The Legacy
Eldorado Gold Corp's Buy Rating Reiterated at RBC Capital (EGO)  Financial Wisdom Works