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Deal reached in principle to create company controlling a third of global beer ...
BRUSSELS - The world's Top 2 beer makers agreed Tuesday to join forces to create a company that would control nearly a third of the global market and bring together leading U.S.
Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller to Join  New York Times
It's Miller time for Anheuser-Busch as $106bn takeover accepted  Irish Independent
The close: TSX falls in wake of China import data
Canada stocks slipped for a second consecutive day on Tuesday, joining a slide as global equities snapped the longest winning streak in seven months after China import data disappointed.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX falls; resource stocks, railways weigh  Reuters
TSX, Wall Street close lower on weak China data, falling oil  Financial Post
Stephen Poloz says Bank of Canada not responsible for record debt
It's not the Bank of Canada's job to fix bad decisions consumers make with regards to debt loads in the current low rate environment, Stephen Poloz says.
Stephen Poloz Says He's Not Responsible For Your 'Bad Choices' ...  Huffington Post Canada
Not my job to protect borrowers from 'bad choices,' Stephen Poloz says  The Globe and Mail
$50M shipping terminal being built adds to Hamilton's agrifood footprint
G3 Canada Ltd. is building a new grain terminal on this site on Port Authority lands. next play/pause pre 1/1. Hamilton Spectator.
Former Canada Wheat Board to open shipping terminal in Hamilton  The Globe and Mail
G3 to build Hamilton port terminal for Ont. grain  Alberta Express
Alberta climate change panel receives nearly 500 policy submissions
CALGARY -- Alberta's climate change advisory panel asked -- and energy companies, trade associations, unions, think tanks and every-day Albertans answered.
Alberta climate panel receives hundreds of submissions after asking for ...
Lawyers awaiting details of U.S. Steel judicial decision
Lawyers involved in the U.S. Steel Canada restructuring hearings are awaiting details of a judicial decision to allow the company to forego tens of millions in health pension benefits and municipal taxes.
More details on US Steel decision expected Tuesday
US Steel cleared to split with Canadian unit, leaving thousands of ...
Montreal men accused of illegally exporting railway equipment to Iran
Two Montreal men are charged with illegally exporting American-made railway equipment to Iran, violating Canada's Export and Import Permit Act and Customs Act, RCMP say.
Two Montreal men facing charges for exporting railway equipment to Iran  Montreal Gazette
Canada charges two businessmen with breaking Iran sanctions  Reuters Canada
Denison, Fission cancel merger as investor support falls short
(Reuters) - Canadian uranium companies Denison Mines Corp DML.TO and Fission Uranium Corp FCU.TO said on Tuesday they have terminated their C$483 million ($371.71 million) merger agreement due to opposition from Fission's shareholders.
Denison Mines, Fission Uranium call off merger  The Globe and Mail
Fission Denison merger gets thumbs down by shareholder majority  Stockhouse
Major bus system overhaul proposed for Metro Vancouver
Major changes are coming for bus riders next year when TransLink reconfigures numerous routes in anticipation of the opening of the Evergreen Line.
TransLink seeks public input on 85 proposed bus route changes
Compass Card growing pains not unique to Vancouver  MetroNews Canada
Orlen Upstream Canada Ltd's deal to buy Kicking Horse Energy Inc bucks trend ...
Handout/Kicking Horse EnergyKicking Horse Energy's operation in Alberta. Orlen Upstream Canada Ltd. announced Tuesday it had reached a deal, subject to shareholder approval, to buy Calgary-based Kicking Horse for $356 million, including debt.
Calgary-based Kicking Horse Energy acquired by Polish giant PKN Orlen
PKN says launches takeover bids for Canada's Kicking Horse, US FX Energy  Reuters Canada