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ValueAct has 5.7 percent stake in Agrium
ValueAct Capital Management LP has bought a 5.7% stake (almost 8.2m shares) in agricultural products and services retailer Agrium Inc., just eighteen months after it fended off another activist Jana Partners LLC.
ValueAct buying shares of Agrium  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
TSX posts biggest weekly gain in a year as Agrium surges  Reuters Canada
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What's behind the 'crybaby' taunts from Rogers CEO?
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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Ontario gas prices will likely stay low for months: Expert
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As oil price falls, city remembers and prepares  Houston Chronicle
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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 president resigns after leading early-stage LNG project  The Globe and Mail
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: Where The Hell Is Dilkens
Right now it appears as if the Ford plant is going to Mexico. Who knows if there is any hope to have that decision reversed. We know where John Millson stands on the matter: �Millson calls on community to fight for Ford jobs: 'We have to save these jobs'.
Francis Disappointed Over Lost Deal  BlackburnNews.com
Ford rejects push for investment in Ontario plants  Economic Times
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Flip-flop in stocks provides reality check for investors
NEW YORK -- Sometimes a little fear is healthy for stock investors. Nine days ago, after a series of sharp sell-offs, the Standard & Poor's 500 index was down 7.4 per cent from its September record as fears of a global economic slowdown intensified.
Big slump is no reason to ditch stock market, experts say  Pocono Record
Stock market's big seesaw gives investors pause  Sacramento Bee
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Still hope for Wabush Mines, union and town leaders suggest.
The permanent closure of Wabush Mines by Cliffs Natural Resources may not necessarily be the end of the operation. The company shut down activity at the mines last February, and recently announced that they were exploring options for a permanent ...
Union Officials not Giving up on Wabush Mines  VOCM
Cliffs Natural Resources to permanently close western Labrador mine: union  Times Colonist
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Canada Job Grant applications accepted in B.C.
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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Postmedia shrinks annual loss by a third
Paul Godfrey, president and CEO of Postmedia Network Inc., announced that the media company suffered a net loss for the full year of $107.5 million.
Bad 4th quarter news for Postmedia  TheChronicleHerald.ca (registration)
Paul Godfrey: Evolution of a Canadian media mogul  The Globe and Mail
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