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Canada's wireless quality could take a hit if CRTC intervenes in roaming rates ...
Canada's high-quality wireless service could be in jeopardy if our national telecommunications regulator tries to stimulate competition by wading into the wholesale market, Telus Corp.
CRTC should heed European lessons on wireless competition, says Telus  Toronto Star
John Doyle: Canadian TV's phony war against Netflix. What exactly are we ...  The Globe and Mail
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Checked-bag fees may heighten carry-on chaos
They call out your row number and you finally get to board the plane. But before you can take a seat, you must fight through a crowded cabin to find room for your carry-on bags.
Air Canada begins crackdown on carry-on bags in Toronto ahead of new $25 fee  Financial Post
Air Canada begins crackdown on carry-on bags ahead of new fees  CTV News
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Canadian dollar falls as US greenback strengthens
The Canadian dollar was lower Tuesday as economic growth figures for July came in weaker than expected. A U.S. dollar that is strengthening against most currencies also helped push down the loonie.
Loonie tumbles again, closing at six-month low  The Globe and Mail
The Drought of the Century: It's fight or flight with the loonie for ...
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Enbridge eyes gas, international projects in bid to diversify
Enbridge Inc. is looking to diversify beyond its core North American oil shipping business, eyeing opportunities to grow its presence outside of Canada and the United States and invest in more natural gas pipelines and power generation.
Enbridge to start filling reversed 9B pipeline with crude Nov 1  Platts
Enbridge aims to grow beyond oil pipelines; eyes gas, international projects  Vancouver Sun
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Train renaissance on track, Via Rail president says
MONTREAL - Public finances, gridlocked roads and Canadians' environmental concerns are all converging toward an inevitable renaissance of train travel, Yves Desjardins-Siciliano said Tuesday.
"You're the Boss": VIA Rail's latest offer to business ...
THE FUTURE OF VIA RAIL CANADA  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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Quebec's Plan Nord revived by Premier Couillard; aided by $50-million LNG ...
MONTREAL - Premier Philippe Couillard is breathing new life into the Plan Nord, the development strategy for northern Quebec left for dead by the preceding Parti Qu�b�cois government.
Couillard says drop in metals prices won't hinder northern development plan  Medicine Hat News
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NCC looks for outside help with Lebreton Flats
For decades, one of Ottawa's prime pieces of real estate has been one of its biggest eyesores. The undeveloped lands of Lebreton Flats left mostly vacant, except for a few condo developments.
LeBreton Flats: What you need to know about the NCC's vision  Ottawa Citizen
NCC wants anchor tenant for LeBreton Flats redevelopment
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New GO bus terminal part of massive project
New bus terminal From left, Paul Gleeson, executive vice-president, Global Development with Ivanhoe Cambridge; Metrolinx Chair Robert Prichard; Daniel Fournier, chairman and CEO of Ivanhoe Cambridge; and Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca ...
Toronto to get new GO bus terminal at Union Station  CHCH News
New GO bus terminal coming to downtown Toronto  The Globe and Mail
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Canadian finance minister says country not a tax haven
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada is not a tax haven but its government is always looking to make the country more attractive to foreign investors, Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver said on Tuesday.
Joe Oliver says Canada 'very close' to eliminating budget shortfall  Financial Post
Oliver Says Canada 'Very Close' to Eliminating Budget Gap  Businessweek
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Canada fighter jet fleet life extended to 2025
Canada fighter jet Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper sits in the cockpit of a CF-18 fighter jet as he talks with Major Daniel Dionne in Mirabel, Quebec, September 1, 2010.
Canada extends life of fighter jet fleet as it mulls replacements  Reuters UK
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