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WestJet ready for challenge if Southwest comes to Canada: Saretsky
CALGARY - WestJet acknowledged Tuesday the threat posed by U.S.-based Southwest Airlines' potential entry into the Canadian market, but CEO Gregg Saretsky said the Calgary-based airline will be �ready for the challenge.
WestJet plots expansion as profits surge  The Globe and Mail
WestJet aims for global market  TheChronicleHerald.ca
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Toronto stock market in the red ahead of corporate earnings, economic data
TORONTO (CP) - The Toronto stock market was in the red, led by energy stocks, on Monday morning ahead of a heavy slate of earnings from resource companies this week.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX steady as geopolitical fears offset Talisman, WestJet gains  Reuters
TSX steady as geopolitical fears offset Talisman, WestJet gains  Reuters Canada
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Countries must warn airlines about war-zone risks, air groups say
A Malaysian air crash investigator inspects the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, near the village of Hrabove (Grabovo), Donetsk region July 22, 2014.
ICAO to set up task force in wake of downing of Malaysia Airlines flight  Macleans.ca
UPDATE 2-UN agency to form airline safety task force after Ukraine crash  Reuters
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Talisman CEO Kvisle Hints at Higher Valuation Than Stock Price
As takeover talk swirls around Talisman Energy Inc. (TLM), the chief executive gave prospective buyers a hint today about what he reckons his company is worth: more than the market thinks.
UPDATE 2-Talisman steers clear of Repsol comment, posts Q2 loss  Reuters
Talisman Energy Inc mum on possible Repsol deal, posts second-quarter net loss  Financial Post
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Investors Go Crazy Over Twitter, But Do They Really Understand It? Probably Not
Investors went bonkers over Twitter's better-than-expected second-quarter earnings and its improved outlook for the rest of the year, boosting the company's shares by about 30% in after-hours trading.
Twitter stock surges on strong Q2 results  USA TODAY
Record 672 million World Cup tweets boost Twitter gains  The Globe and Mail
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Mill ordered to pay $724000 in penalties, levies for 2012 fatal fire
VANCOUVER - Penalties and levies totalling more than $724,000 have been imposed on a company that owns a northern British Columbia sawmill which was flattened by a fire.
BC sawmill owners fined more than $700000 after deadly explosion  The Globe and Mail
Owners of B.C. mill where deadly explosion occurred fined over $700000  Globalnews.ca
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Random Thoughts About Random Items
I was intrigued by some items that I saw it done that I might report them to you with my commentary. EMERGENCY FINANCIAL MANAGER. I wonder why Kevyn Orr in Detroit and some of the other EFM's in Michigan had so many problems.
Canada, Michigan officials to announce bridge plan  MiamiHerald.com
Canadian, US governments to announce plans for Detroit-Windsor bridge  580 CFRA Radio
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Northwest towns eye billions in revenues from resource boom
Northwest B.C. municipal governments formed an alliance Tuesday to help negotiate for billions in potential revenues from an expected resource boom in their region.
Not a wish list: northwest officials band together  Terrace Standard
Northern communities come together and sign onto new Resource Benefits ...  Energeticcity.ca
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UBC team working to develop better bamboo for building materials
An international team that includes researchers from the University of B.C. is developing a better bamboo that they believe will be able to replace traditional building materials.
Bamboo housing touted by UBC  24 Hours Vancouver
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New energy storage technology to be tested in Nova Scotia
Hundreds of wind turbines are delivering power to Nova Scotia's energy grid these days, but one of the challenges they face is how to store surplus energy for when the wind is not blowing.
Bright light shines on power problem  TheChronicleHerald.ca
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