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Line 9 pipeline design is safe, Enbridge tells Energy Board
Enbridge insists in a regulatory filing that its design for the Line 9 pipeline through southern Ontario has the right shut-off valve configuration to minimize the risk to waterways and reservoirs in the event of a rupture.
Enbridge stands ground, tells National Energy Board that Line 9 design is safe  Edmonton Journal
Enbridge asks NEB to revisit directive for valve shut-off on Line 9 pipeline  The Globe and Mail
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Agrium Rises Most in Five Years
Agrium Inc. (TSX:AGU), a Canadian fertilizer and seeds company, rose the most in five years after it was revealed that ValueAct Capital Management LLC disclosed that it has a 5.7 percent stake in the company.
ValueAct's winning ways may be key to change at Agrium  The Globe and Mail
TSX posts biggest weekly gain in a year: Andrew McCreath's market wrap  bnn.ca
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TSX claws back losses as stocks inch up
TORONTO -- The Toronto stock market registered a solid gain Friday at the end of a positive week as share prices continue to recover from a sharp sell-off earlier this month.
Stocks up at end of positive week, indexes continue to recover  Cape Breton Post
Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Castanet.net
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What's behind the 'crybaby' taunts from Rogers CEO?
Guy Laurence isn't one to mince words. The brash British telecom executive, who took over as CEO of Rogers Communications last December, used the word �crybaby� to describe rival Bell, during an earnings call this week.
Source Cable sold to Rogers in $160M deal  Hamilton Spectator
Rogers profit drops 28% even as revenue increases  CBC.ca
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Experts mull complexity of BC's new LNG tax
For potential liquefied-natural-gas producers in British Columbia, separating which of their profits come from activities in the province - versus their foreign operations - for the purposes of B.C.
Pacific NorthWest LNG CEO resigns  Journal of Commerce
Pacific Northwest LNG President Resigns  CJFW
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Burnaby residents to block Kinder Morgan's survey work
Concerned Burnaby residents are ready to block Kinder Morgan from resuming work on Burnaby Mountain, after the National Energy Board ruled Thursday the city can't stop the survey project for a new pipeline route.
'Citizen rangers' on high alert to block Kinder Morgan's work on ...  The Province
No need for Kinder Morgan to register as third party advertiser: Elections BC  Calgary Herald
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Ford picks Mexico over Windsor for engine plant, union says
Ford Motor Co. has decided to build its new engine in Mexico after it was unable to reach a deal with the federal and Ontario governments to bring the investment to Windsor, Ont.
Mexico outbid Ontario for new Ford plant, union president says  Toronto Star
Ford investment never destined for Windsor, says government source  Windsor Star (blog)
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Canada Job Grant applications being accepted from BC employers: minister
VANCOUVER - The federal employment minister has announced that B.C. businesses can now submit applications for a training program for future workers, with Ottawa footing most of the bill.
BC employers now able to apply to Canada Job Grant  Journal of Commerce
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Paul Godfrey: Evolution of a Canadian media mogul
Canada's newest media mogul likes to joke that his career has been built largely on luck, not intelligence. �My mother said to me when I was quite young: 'When you have your choice in life between smart and lucky, take lucky all the time,'� says Paul Godfrey, ...
Postmedia losses widen on weaker ad sales  CBC.ca
Postmedia posts Q4 loss  The Telegram
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Potash Corp. Q3 Earnings Miss on High Taxes, Revenues Beat
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan, Inc. (POT - Analyst Report) posted earnings of 38 cents per share in the third quarter of 2014, down 7.3% from 41 cents per share earned a year ago.
Potash Corp remains confident of market outlook despite weak prices  MINING.com
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