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Target Corp. Accelerates Plans To Close Canadian Stores To Mid-April
A Canadian flag flies outside a Target store in Canada, on Jan. 15, 2015. Target Corp will abandon its expansion in the country less than two years after launch.
Target speeds up its Canadian exit, plans to wind up all stores by mid-April  Calgary Herald
Target speeds up Canadian exit (registration)
New York Recorder  
Air France launches non-stop service to Vancouver
For the first time in decades, Vancouver has non-stop air service to Paris. The inaugural flight of Air France's new direct Paris-Vancouver route touched down around noon Sunday at the Vancouver International Airport, arriving to fanfare from the airport, ...
Air France inaugurates direct flights linking Vancouver and Paris  The Province
Air France inaugurates non-stop Paris - Vancouver flights  Canada NewsWire (press release)
5 things to watch for in Canada's business world this week
TORONTO -- Here are five things to look for in Canadian business this week: The price of oil: Often a big factor in determining direction on the Toronto Stock Exchange, oil has been on a wild ride recently.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week  Lethbridge Herald
Five things to watch for in Canadian business  Stockhouse
Earth Hour gets brighter in BC as people stop saving energy
British Columbians saved only 15 megawatt hours of electricity for this year's Earth Hour, the lowest savings in the past eight years.
Worst year yet for Earth Hour in Toronto, but York Region improves  CTV News
Support for Earth Hour dramatically down in British Columbia
FEATURED PHOTO: The power of Earth Hour
Christine Moffat and her three-year-old daughter Esther enjoy bedtime stories by candlelight Saturday night as they observe Earth Hour.
Power consumption in Sask. drops during Earth Hour  News Talk 650 CKOM
Electricity use drops 9 per cent in Saskatchewan for Earth Hour
No place for Future Shop as shopping's future shifts
The sudden closing of 131 Future Shop electronics stores on Saturday, with 65 of them set to re-open as sister chain Best Buy in a week, underscores the difficulties of running dual banners as more business shifts online.
Best Buy Makes a Canada Consolidation
Future Shop shutdown not the end for electronics retailers: analyst  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
NDG residents along de Maisonneuve brace for extra building
MONTREAL - An ad-hoc organization is coalescing in NDG to oppose the building of a multifunctional complex slated for the corner of de Maisonneuve and Claremont.
Some NDG residents upset over Provigo plans  CTV News
NDG residents bemoan new headaches from proposed Provigo complex  CJAD
Woman faces torture if deported to China, Vancouver lawyers say
Canada and the United States should tread lightly when co-operating with Chinese prosecutors seeking the return of citizens accused of crimes there, say two British Columbia lawyers familiar with China's justice system.
China money-laundering scheme includes Vancouver-area homes, US says  Times Colonist
Bombardier open to selling assets, but not at any price
MONTREAL -- Bombardier's new CEO says the company has enough financial flexibility to complete its development projects including the CSeries commercial jet without selling assets at "fire sale" prices.
Bombardier's C Series delivery pushed back to 2016  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Bombardier reveals another CSeries delay pushing delivery to 2016
Edmontonians switch off for Earth Hour
It looks like plenty of Edmontonians switched off the lights to mark Earth Hour, this year. EPCOR is reporting, between 8:30 PM and 9:30 PM, Saturday night, there was a 6.3 percent decrease in power consumption as compared to the same time the week ...
Power usage drops in Edmonton for Earth Hour  Edmonton Sun