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Closing Bell: TSX claws back more losses, up 210 points on strong earning ...
TORONTO - The Toronto stock market powered to a solid gain for a fourth straight session Tuesday, supported in part by a well-received earnings report from Canadian Pacific Railway and data that showed Chinese economic growth slid to a five-year low in ...
TSX posts fourth day of gains on oil price rise, ECB plans  Reuters Canada
Canada Stocks Rise Most in a Year as Crude Gains on China Data  Bloomberg
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Canadian tax cut deflates Woodside's Browse liquefied natural gas project
Woodside Petroleum's nascent ambitions to develop a $C15 billion ($15.14 billion) liquefied natural gas venture in western Canada have received a boost after British Columbia halved a proposed tax on gas export projects - but the same move could hinder ...
Shell Welcomes British Columbia Halving LNG Income Tax  Bloomberg
BC promises world-leading emissions targets for LNG industry with new law  The Globe and Mail
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CP Rail CEO says rail industry needs mergers to address gridlock threat
The chief executive of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. says the industry needs mergers to address the growing threat of rail gridlock, and he wouldn't rule out CP as a takeover candidate.
UPDATE 3-CP Rail CEO says unlikely to pursue hostile bid for CSX  Reuters
CP Rail CEO says no formal offer made to rival CSX  Toronto Star
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Dream is over: fashion chain Jacob is closing
Jacob retail store on the corner of Ste Catherine and Drummond on Tuesday October 21, 2014. Jacob is abandoning its restructuring efforts and will immediately proceed with an orderly liquidation of all remaining inventory in its stores and on Jacob.
Jacob will close its doors for good, despite an attempt to reinvent itself ...  Financial Post
Clothier Boutique Jacob Inc. to shut down  Stockhouse
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Kinross to Sell Interest in Ecuador's Fruta del Norte Gold Mine to Fortress
QUITO, Ecuador�Canadian mining company Kinross Gold Corp. said Tuesday it agreed to sell its entire interest in the Fruta del Norte project in Ecuador to Fortress Minerals Corp.
Lundin family to acquire mothballed Kinross gold project  The Globe and Mail
UPDATE 1-Kinross to sell halted Ecuador gold project to Lundin company  Reuters
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Canadian National Boosts Buyback After Earnings Miss
Canadian National Railway Co. said it plans to buy back more shares, spending as much as C$1.7 billion ($1.5 billion), after posting third-quarter profit that missed analysts' estimates.
Canadian National Railway Q3 Results Miss Estimates  RTT News
CN Rail profit rises 21% to $853-million in third quarter on record revenues  Financial Post
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LaPointe pitches counter-flow traffic lanes during rush hours
Cars are not going away tomorrow, so the city should make life easier for drivers by creating counter-flow traffic lanes during rush hours on its major commuter routes, says Vancouver's main challenger to Mayor Gregor Robertson.
NPA proposes counterflow lanes to ease Vancouver traffic  MetroNews Canada
Vancouver parties float transit proposals
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Transport Canada unveils safety guidelines for drones
People using the popular drone aircraft for business or pleasure should avoid doing so within eight kilometres of airports, and not operate them higher than 90 metres, Transport Canada says.
Lisa Raitt, minister of transport, issues new drone safety guidelines
'New' federal drone guidelines last updated in 1996
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Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel wins award for� best restroom?
A restroom in an upscale Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel has ascended the porcelain throne in an annual ranking of best loos in Canada. The Shaw Club Hotel and Spa's modern washroom -- which promises to deliver "five-star style with every flush" -- was voted ...
Calgary Zoo's loo named number two in Canada  Calgary Herald
The Best Restroom in Canada is Located in...  KelownaNow
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Call for US to Comply with WTO Ruling
US/CANADA - The Canadian government has called on the US to end its �protectionist policy� and comply with the World Trade Organization's decision over Country of Origin Labelling.
World Trade Organization Rules Against Popular U.S. Country-of-Origin Meat ...  PR Watch
COOL Rule Still Deemed Discriminatory
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